Property Ref: 1905
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: Yes
Double Glazing: Yes
Central Heating: Ask
We have a fully equipped, three bedroom, luxury sun lodge mobile home that Sleeps 6-7 people. It comprises of one double bedroom with en suite, two twin bedrooms and two shower rooms.
We pride ourselves in giving our customers the personal touch. With over 20 years of holidaying in the bay of Saint Tropez as a family, we understand the importance of relaxation and enjoyment.
Owned and operated by myself and my brother, we aim to make your holiday one you will never forget.
The mobile home has a large and spacious living area, incorporating the lounge, dining and kitchen, with automatic air conditioning/heating, flat screen TV, radio/CD player, gas hob, electric oven, fridge, freezer, microwave, toaster, electric kettle and coffee maker.
Outside, the mobile home has shingle with a paved patio area.
There are hedges of bougainvillea for privacy to the front around a paved area, and plenty of room for parking 2 cars. There's also a small gas barbecue, 2 loungers and a table with 6 chairs and parasol.
Other equipment provided for your convenience includes a key safe, clothes airer, iron and ironing board, hairdryer and 2 shaver points.
We provide towels and linen free of charge
We can also provide baby equipment on request at an additional cost.
Any date periods marked in red are special offer late deals
About the Area
Our mobile home is number 5219 on Les Prairies de la Mer campsite (please see the campsite map), which offers a superb on the beach location. As you can see it is close to all the site's entertainment and activities that are available for all the family, which is constantly being upgraded by the site owners.
Some of the facilities on site include archery, an Astroturf football pitch, tennis courts, table tennis tables, beach volleyball, boules courts, free teenagers' and kids' clubs, playgrounds, children's mini fun fair (open nightly 8-11), plus the usual beach activities.
The campsite also provides its own entertainment during the day, evenings and night.
At the Plage de Rock (open 9-11) you will be able to watch and enjoy many top class bands, some of which have appeared at Glastonbury, and many of Europe's best bands have played here including Rhesus, The Infidels, The Pigeon Detectives and of course, Elvis. Then there's the night club, which is open nightly (high season).
Also on site you will find three snack bars/takeaways, an Italian restaurant, gift shops, two supermarkets, a bakery, hairdressers, beauty salon, fully air-conditioned gym, a nightly mini market (high season only), laundry facilities, and bike hire.
On Prairies de la Mer you can enjoy wi-fi and internet access (payable at main site reception), a wide range of beach front restaurants and Canopy (a tapas cocktail bar overlooking the bay of Saint Tropez). For your convenience there's a cash machine and public telephone on site too.
The campsite has a night security patrol and provides direct access onto its own beaches, situated in the Bay of St Tropez.
This is an excellent holiday park for families of all ages.
**Please note: some facilities incur an additional charge**
Out & About
Directly by the side of the campsite is the beautiful Port Grimaud, described as France's 'Little Venice'. Here you will find restaurants, bars, entertainment and shops. If you prefer, you could just walk around the port enjoying the views and trying to spot the rich and famous people who also holiday here in their fantastic and beautiful yachts.
Places to Visit
Port Grimaud - 500m directly opposite the beachside entrance (about 5 minutes walk)
St Maxime - 6 miles, with it palm-shaded corniche
St Tropez - 6 miles, with its yachts and bars
Ramatuelle - 9 miles, for its arts and crafts
Fréjus - 19 miles, for the Waterpark
St Raphaël - 21 miles, for trendy shops and a delightful promenade
Grasse - 52 miles, with its perfume factories
The Gorges du Verdon - 68 miles, a spectacular natural canyon
Monaco - 81 miles; the lovely Principality