campsite Château de l'Eouvière, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
Come discover the charm of Provence in the exceptional and authentic XVIIIth century castle in the middle of pure nature and wildlife.
The small and beautifully situated castle Campsite Château de l’Eouvière is located in France around a castle and orchard, at driving distance from the Provencal coast, near the town of Montmeyan. This terraced campsite has marked off pitches, with and without shade. The campsite has an outdoor swimming pool with sunbeds giving you a wonderful view of the surroundings. Children will be able to play for hours enjoying the playground. The campsite offers guided hiking tours for the adventurous holiday maker.
If you want to make it easy for yourself you don’t always have to cook because the campsite has a snack bar, pizzeria and restaurant (snack menu). It is highly enjoyable sitting at the outdoor cafe with a drink. Activities are organised for children in the summer months. There are facilities available for tennis and table tennis. You can also use the internet, the campsite has one or more computers with an internet connection and there is a Wi-Fi hotspot. You can go for wonderful hike close to the campsite. The closest natural swimming water can be found in by the Quinson lakes and the larger Sainte Croix, where you can also go windsurfing. Campsite Château de l’Eouvière is an ideal departure point for discovering the Verdon Gorge and the irresistible charm of the Province and the wild and unspoiled nature.
Le chateau de L'Eouviere offers you the confort of its installations (Pool, bar, restaurant, supermarket, laundry, air playground for children, ping pong, golf ball,...) and shaded pitches.
Not far from the Gorges du Verdon and Lake Ste Croix, Montmeyan dominates the plains overlooking the lavender fields and olive groves. With a single glance, we see the blue line Maures massif and along the snowy peaks of the Alps.
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