Fontvieille - Campsite
Flat land, half-shade, quiet. Set in a pine grove 1.5 km from the village (leave the village on the road to Baux-de-Provence, Maussane -turn right at the roundabout).
100 m2 marked pitches. Municipal swimming pool nearby (500m).
- Pets allowed
- Accessible for disabled
- Private parking
- Heated swimming pool
Information provided by OTI Saint Rémy de Provence
Camping Huttopia Fontvieille
- 04 90 54 78 69
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