Camp for €18,- a night at Campsite La Plage d'Argens in low season with CampingCard ACSI. Campsite La Plage d'Argens, located in Saint-Aygulf (Var), is a campsite with 128 touring pitches. With your CampingCard ACSI you can camp on one of the pitches during the following periods: 06-04-2019 - 06-07-2019 and 24-08-2019 - 09-10-2019. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
A new team, new recreational facilities and beautiful touring pitches. Shaded grounds in a privileged location, on the banks of the Argens, in the heart of the protected coastal area. Easy access to the beaches (500 metres walk). Leisurely atmosphere. A campsite to discover and rediscover.
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3rd visit, still great. pool now split into 2 but still plenty of room, far less loungers though. well kept facilities, staff lovely. Little bar and eatery nice. Lovely outdoor seating area by the river. short cycle to lovely frejus, road now safer to cross. pitches large and a range of shaded and sunny. Ablutions good. access to beach and river.
We stayed from late Sept into Oct 2016.
This is a pretty large site (with a lot of cabins) and I don't think I would want to be here at the very height of the season. Lovely clean pool and decent restaurant. The Friday night Moules and frites is excellent value.
The pitches vary in size a fair bit so it's worth checking a few out before deciding which one you want. It's right alongside a river so mozzies can be an issue if camped near to it.
Two sanitary blocks, the older "Africa" block is pretty tired but is kept SPOTLESS, the newer Argentina block is far nicer though, plenty of hot water and decent sized shower cubicles. On site shop has reasonable stock and bakes bread twice a day. Even better it sells wine on draught! Bring your own bottle (and its not bad either)
The beach is about 700m walk through a nature reserve, the beach is lovely BUT (if it's an issue for you) it's a naturist beach. It is VERY clearly clearly signed as such so if you wish to avoid it you simply turn right before getting to the actual beach. (High bushes so you won't see anything) until you get to the non naturist bit. The beach is a kite surfing area as well but there is a lot of beach enjoy.
Large supermarket about a mile distant, Frejus and St Raphael a bit further but an easy bike ride and the promenade delightful to walk along, as is the port area with the expensive yachts to drool over! St Tropez is about 50 mins by car but parking can be difficult (use the underground ones) It's about the same time by bus. All in all an excellent place to stay.
We certainly enjoyed our stay and will almost certainly return.
Good site in superb location close to a beautiful naturist beach and only a short cycle from Frejus and St Aygulf. Very friendly, good pitches, all in all a pleasant few days. We will return as the beach is so good and so close and there is much to do. The only negatives are the rather dangerous site entrance on a blind bend of the busy coast road; and one of the sanitary blocks is simply ancient! We used the other, but understand there are plans to replace or update the 'Africa' block.
Fantastic. Pool stunning. Pitches nice size. good food. wash, loo areas very good. Cycle path great tho very busy road to cross to get to it. Staff lovely. Will return.
We called for 3/4 nights but stayed 17 nights, Toilets were tired but a new block had been built although it was a good walk from the touring pitches.The staff were brilliant and the beach and surrounding area are full of things to do ie bars, cafes, shops and a supermarket 1km away. Also the weather 17 days of sunshine.
Thank for the interest in our Campsite. We are well aware that one toliet block is the older one , but he's clean, so as the other both.
We are happy that you passed excellent holidays . We hope to see you soon .
We enjoyed ten nights on this site in 2015 and had looked forward to our return. Sadly our motor home was broken into whilst stocking up with provisions at the nearby Geant supermarket and everything of any value was taken. This left us with no iPads or telephones and so we were extremely grateful to the wonderful staff on reception who did so much to help and support us. They even contacted a local motor home repairer who arrived within 20 minutes and identified and ordered broken window fittings. This is a good site with a super pool and within easy walking distance of a good sandy beach. Staff even called round to our pitch several days later to check we were OK!
We stayed here as final stop on road trip,, what can we say it's was beautiful easy access to beach and local area, pitch good size toilets clean, staff very helpful especially the girls in reception.
Enjoyed our stay on this site. Positives are that its very near to the beach and you can easily cycle to Frejus, St Raphael and St Aygulyf, all worth a visit. The swimming pool is lovely and clean and the temperature of the pool is good. We were near the back of the campsite and the toilet block there is a bit run down, worth the walk to the new block. Motorhome service point easily accessible. During our two night stay, we had a forest fire and the worst storm all in one day - the site is in a flood plain and at one point they thought they might have to evacuate the campsite due to the forest fire. As is normal for this area, the pitches were small and quite tight to manoeuvre into. We enjoyed our stay though and would recommend.
This is, without doubt, one of the best sites we’ve stayed at in France. We booked a week and stayed for almost three. The owner was very friendly with helpful staff. We stayed on a pitch near the river Argens and the scenery was stunning with a colony of parakeets in the trees across from our caravan. There were plenty of showers available although one section was closed as it was going to be renovated for next season. I just hope they dont reduce the pressure or temperature as the showers, although dated, were great. The pitches were spacious and easily held our caravan, car and awning. The pool area was clean with the water heated and was a great place to relax with plenty of sun beds. The little snack bar was cheap and the supermarket on site sold delicious bread. I was told that in the height of the season they sold 1,000 baguettes a day. The beach, about 700 yards away down a track through a conservation area, was lovely looking over to Frejus on one side and St Aygulf on the other. We cycled to the beach and it took just a couple of minutes. Lots of cycling in the area and the village of Gourdon in the mountains is a must. Be aware that in October there is a massive mountain bike event and the site will be busy.
We stayed here for 2 weeks in May and arrived to a very friendly welcome, everything was open and the shop had reasonable prices, a lovely heated pool, an an enthusiastic animation team. The pitch avenues were lovely, part shady and well marked and a good size. The sanitaire blocks were a little dated but were in the process of being updated and work was going on while we were there. There's a lovely beach with different sections , which is about 10 mins walk? The lovely river Argens flows along one side of the site. The only downsides to this site is that it is off a very busy fast road with the entrance/exit on an almost blind bend. (not easy when towing). Also the dog/lead rule was not being applied and there were too many loose dogs. We enjoyed our stay.
- Period of opening
- 06-04-2019 till 18-10-2019
- 7 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 128 (80 - 100m2)
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
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Campsite La Plage d'Argens
83370 / St. Aygulf
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On N98, 3 km east of St. Aygulf. Attention: don't use SatNav, Chemin des Étangs is a dead end!
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