Between land & sea our region

The Paca region (recently renamed into the Region South) has the reputation of being one of the most beautiful regions of France. Come and find out by yourself during your mobil home holidays in our four-star campsite in Cavalaire! From Gassin, certifie as one of the “Most Beautiful Villages in France”, to the hidden beaches of Porquerolles Island to the prestigious Principality of Monaco to the tasting of sun-ripened olives on an authentic Provençal market – you will be delighted with these stunning landscapes bathed in Mediterranean light. Let your nose be tickled by the scents of thyme, olive oil or lavender Savon de Marseille and let your eyes be blended by our region’s beauty during the many water activities in Cavalaire-sur-Mer: scuba diving, jet ski tours, fun tubes and parasailing or chose an eco-friendly activity such as canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. Nature lovers will enjoy the hiking in the Corniche des Maures, the Massif des Maures mountains or in the most precious jewel of the Côte d’Azur: the Massif de l’Estérel.

Appreciate the Provençal art of living and gastronomie in an authentic and eco-friendly way and why not add a dash of adventure! Let yourself be inspired by our selection of the best places to visit! Something different to experience every day. Enjoy memorable moments with your family and friends and feel free to share your photos and videos on Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat.

At four-star campsite Bonporteau we are hugely proud of our beautiful South Region, formerly called Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur (Paca Region), and would love to introduce you to it’s many sights and sounds to ensure that your holidays will be unforgettable and the most wonderful time of the year!

A unique charm


Saint-Tropez and the Gulf of Saint-Tropez With its pretty village, port and citadel, not to mention its decent selection of big-ticket brand-name boutiques, Saint-Tropez is a legendary tourist location. A place to visit and to revisit, along with the sandy beaches of Pampelonne.

A magical place

Porquerolles - Îles d'Hyères

The islands of Porquerolles, Port-Cros and Île du Levant, often referred to as the Golden Islands, are the most southern point of Provence. Both Porquerolles and Port-Cros are Natural Reserves, Port-Cros is also a Marine Reserve. You are sure to fall in love with their beautiful landscapes, exceptional seabeds, white-sand beaches and rich vegetation.

Travel to the Middle Ages


Grimaud and Port Grimaud: The medieval village of Grimaud and its fortress, the Grimaud Castle, date back to the Gallo-Roman period. Often dubbed “The Little Venice of Provence”, the district of Port Grimaud is itself worth a visit.

Families welcome


Sainte-Maxime across the water from Saint-Tropez in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez is a family-friendly seaside resort (recognized since 2010 with the label “Famille Plus”) offering various year-round entertainment, lots of shops and a port worth watching (try the sea shuttles between Saint-Maxime and Saint-Tropez).

Glamour & prestige


Its numerous luxury boutiques, famous casino, exceptional oceanographic museum and its exotic garden overlooking the sea makes Monaco a must-go destination. Not to mention the many big events such as the Monaco Grand Prix and the Monaco Yacht Show which attract millions of visitor each year.

In the heart of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez


Just in land from the coast, the village of Cogolin is famous for its craftsmanship, particularly the manufacture of briar pipes, rugs and woodwind instruments with reeds of exceptional quality. The Cogolin marinas are an integral part of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.

One of France's Most Beautiful Villages


Known as one of the most beautiful villages of France, this typical Provençal mountain village offers stunning views of the “Îles d'Hyères” and the southern Alpes.

Art & culture


The village of Ramatuelle plays host to an important theatre festival every summer. Just as Brigitte Bardot put Saint-Tropez on the map, it was legendary French actor Gérard Philippe who “discovered” this pretty hilltop village. The municipality stretches from the village to the famous beaches of Pampelonne, taking picturesque vineyards along the way.

A rich history

La Croix-Valmer

A rich history dating back to Roman times, together with an important architectural heritage, make this typical Mediterranean village a must-see. Nestled on a hillside, the village has magnificient views of the Mediterranean and especially of the Cap Lardier and the Cap Taillat, both accessible via coastal paths.

Lavender landscapes

The Valensole Plateau

Over 12,000 hectares of lavender fields and almond orchards create beautiful landscapes that change with the seasons.

Mediterranean Garden

The Domaine du Rayol

The Domaine du Rayol is a protected natural area of 20 hectares located at the foot of the “Massif des Maures” and facing the “Îles d'Hyères. Here you will find almot every species of Mediterranean plant as well as a host of horticultural activities.

The world's second biggest canyon

Gorges du Verdon

Verdon, Verdon Gorge and Lake Sainte-Croix: Being a protected nature reserve since 1990, Verdon enjoys the status of “Grand Site de France”. With depths reaching 700 meters the Verdon Gorge offers breathtaking and unique views. Starting from Lake Sainte-Crois, rent a pedalo or a canoe and explore the lake or paddle up the river Verdon. Perched on the mountainside, the village of Moustiers-Sainte-Marie is well worth a visit when traveling in the Upper Var, while the village of Aiguines gives an unbeatable view of the Lake Sainte-Croix.