Le Pin de Galle campsite is a one-of-a-kind spot in the heart of the pine forest where the cicadas sing you to sleep and the heart of Provence beats true: simple, beautiful and friendly.
The chalets named after winds and islands are surrounded by greenery: shrubs, carobs, olive trees and herbs in boxes on the terraces.
A 7500m2 haven of peace away from the hustle and bustle with direct access to the sea down a smuggler's path where the blue horizon appears through the pine trees.
Then it's up to you: 150m east, the path takes you to the cove and Le Pin de Galle's little beach overlooked by a traditional hamlet teeming with fishing huts. 400m west lies the stunning Monaco beach and its strip of sand lined by crystal-clear water.
Between swims and snorkelling tours, you can hook up with the coastal bike path 400m away, take a 15 minute walk to the village of Le Pradet or hike on the many seaside footpaths and uncover unique sites. When you get to Le Pin de Galle, park your car, settle in and in the evening head over for welcome drinks so you can meet your fellow campers as you sample local specialities. Michel and Fanny will make you feel like part of the family, share their love of the land with you, tell you its history and give you top tips to explore this unspoilt setting with respect and calm.
Open: April-September. Fixtures: 18 chalets with bathroom facilities and 4 bungalow tents. 9 caravan pitches and 9 tent pitches. All shaded.
Group of bathroom facilities and water points. Reception - L’Oustaou dei Cigalo bar. Hikers, cyclists and pets allowed. Good public transport network nearby (bus-boat)