Property Ref: 1519
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: No
Double Glazing: Ask
Central Heating: Ask
Passes Included: Ask
Short Breaks: Ask
Our mobile home sits on a large secluded emplacement. It is a Willerby Prestige 35 x 12 and accommodates four to six persons.
There are two bedrooms; one has a double bed with en-suite, the other has twin beds which can be joined to make a further double. The lounge area has a dining table with separate chairs and the settee has a sprung based pull out bed if required. The caravan has air-conditioning.
We do have light duvets (these may be needed early and late season) and pillows. Mattresses and pillows are covered. You will however, need to bring your bed linen, towels and tea towels, or these can be hired through the site.
The kitchen has a full sized cooker and fridge as well as all utensils needed.
The en-suite shower room has a toilet and wash basin, and there is a further shower room with wash basin outside the second bedroom and a separate toilet. Although just a short walk away there are large site showers, which can be used by everyone.
Outside we have a wonderful view looking over the Maures Massif Mountains, a patio area with a large gazebo where lunch/dinner can be enjoyed away from the heat. The gazebo and garden has lighting for those warm balmy evenings to enjoy a relaxing glass or two of local wine. We also have a garden with a raised area on which there is a garden bench to enjoy an even better view - an ideal place to sit in peace and plan the day, or read.
There is also an outside cooking area with an electric barbeque for 'al fresco' eating so that "everyone" can enjoy the wonderful weather.
All electricity, gas and water are included, but please remember the additional site charges payable direct to reception.
Payment is 25% deposit on booking with balance payable 4 weeks before arrival.
Any date periods marked in red are special offer late deals
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About the Area
Parc Saint James is in a beautiful location set in grounds covering 31 hectares, and planted with century old cork oak trees and umbrella pines.
It sits on a hill overlooking the Golfe de St Tropez just below the lovely small village of Gassin. There is a small footpath from the site to this pretty village, which is a must as the views over the Golfe de St Tropez and the surrounding area are breathtaking. There are also some really good restaurants; one in particular serves a very good lunchtime crab salad. This walk, in parts, is quite a climb so not for the faint hearted.
The amenities on Parc Saint James include a restaurant and bar, as well as a mini market which sells bread, milk etc. There is a huge supermarket just about a mile along the road for your main shopping.
Also on site is a large supervised swimming pool, a jacuzzi pool and a small children's pool with plenty of sun loungers to use, a full sized tennis court, crazy golf, a children's play area, basketball court, a gym and of course a boules court. Discos are also held, but mainly in the high season.
Please Note: 10 Euros a day for the family is payable on arrival, direct to site management. Plus 0.61 Euros a day for each person over 10 years (Taxe de Sejour).
With so many unspoilt villages to explore including Gassin, Ramatuelle, Grimaud, Coqolin, Port Grimaud and St Tropez, the things to do and places to go are endless.
St Tropez is a must. A beautiful old town where the rich and famous moor their yachts and show the other half how to live! It has a wonderful market on Tuesday and Saturday mornings.
Port Grimaud is similar to a small Venice (without gondolas) and a pleasant evening can be spent walking around the canals.
St Maxine and St Raphael are busy small towns with extensive marinas.
Going the other way Cavalaire (with a good sandy beach and lovely ice cream) to Le Lavandou, you will pass many small beachy villages along the way.
If you feel like driving a few miles inland a visit to Colobriare, home of the chestnuts, is well worth a visit.
Parc Staint James is less than a ten minute drive to the most beautiful sandy beaches. If you turn left at the camp gate you pass La Croix which also has a nice beach, Dubarqment. This is a large sandy beach with a gentle slope suitable for young children. Between this and Cavalaire there are long stretches of beach with free parking areas. To the right of the gates there are sandy beaches all along the roadside to St Maxine and beyond, again with parking.
If you turn right at the gates and take the first small right turning it will take you to Ramatuelle, which will lead to the famous Pampelonne beaches. There are endless small coves to be explored all along the magnificent Mediterranean coastline.
How to get to us
There are several ways to travel. Toulon airport is the nearest at about 30 miles. Nice is approximately 50 miles. If you fly from Stansted Ryan Air go to Toulon while Easy Jet fly to Nice. You would then need to hire a car.
Alternatively there is the ferry crossing and the tunnel at Dover or the ferry crossing at Portsmouth should you wish to drive and head south for the Auto Route du Sud.