South of France

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  1. xsparks

    xsparks Funster

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    Hi I am heading to the south of France over Easter and I am looking for any info on stop overs
    things to see or do recomendations etc.
    I will have with me Camperstop Europe, France passion, All The Aires and ACSI I think this should cover most eventualities .:BigGrin:
     
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    sounds as if you have got it sorted:Smile:
     
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    Arles, Avignon, and Aigues-Mortes are all worth a visit - aires available at the latter two.

    The Pont du Gard and Nimes too. There's a campsite close to the Pont du Gard. Uzes (just up the road) is quite quaint in the middle, and has a Haribo factory you can look round if you like sweets.
     
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    We are also heading for south of france. shipping out 28th march, we have the same books as you,just received france passion this morning.

    I have noticed most acsi + other campsites we had planned on stopping at do not open until 1st april, so we will give the aires and france passion sites a go. :thumb:
     
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    There are a few places en route that you could pause at and have a mooch around - Troyes, Reims, Fontainbleau, Chartres. Not all of them, obviously, or you'll never get to Aix en Provence, or wherever you plan on staying.

    We stayed at a camp site called Le Crin Blanc which is just a few miles east of Arles and cycled into Arles for the day. Interesting frogs' chorus at night.

    http://www.campingcrinblanc.com/

    Not the best site we stayed on but quiet enough (though some of the facilities were shut up).


    John
     
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