Camping with kitesurfing on the Côte d’Azur
The sparkling blue waters of the Mediterranean on the Côte d’Azur provide the perfect playground for kitesurfing enthusiasts, combining the mesmerising beauty of the coastal scenery with the excitement and adrenaline of water sports. With its constant winds and generally calm seas, the region attracts surf enthusiasts looking for a thrill. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, kitesurfing in Bormes les Mimosas promises moments of pure fun and adventure, as well as a chance to discover the hidden gems of this sun-drenched coastline.
A kitesurfing spot within walking distance of the campsite.
At Camp du Domaine, a 5-star campsite on the Côte d’Azur, you have direct access to the beach from the campsite. If you’re into kitesurfing, nothing could be easier than heading to the campsite’s bay to enjoy your favourite activity, just a few minutes’ walk (or less!) is all it takes. No more endless queues to find a car park with spaces available. No more paid parking! At Camp du Domaine, you can take your equipment to the beach in just a few steps and jump in the water! Our large pitches allow you to rinse and store your equipment in the dry after your kitesurfing session. You’ll love it!
Wind all year round!
Off the coast of Camp du Domaine on the Côte d’Azur, enjoy optimal weather conditions all year round for amateur or professional kitesurfing. The campsite’s bay is the ideal spot to indulge in your favourite sport, with breathtaking scenery. Exposed to the east wind and the Mistral, the campsite bay is the ideal playground for all kitesurfers. Much more intimate than other spots in the region, the campsite bay offers vast spaces where every kitesurfer will feel at ease, with no risk of colliding with their neighbour, while enjoying an exceptional setting at the mercy of the winds.
Practice in all seasons.
Whether you stay at the campsite in spring, summer or autumn, you can kitesurf to your heart’s content whatever the season! While the Côte d’Azur is renowned for its warm climate in summer, it’s also popular with board sports and sailing enthusiasts all year round. Constant winds sweep along the coast whatever the time of year, providing favourable conditions for all kitesurfers. In the off-season, it’s best to wear a neoprene wetsuit, which will keep you warm even when the sun is shying away.
Well-known and recognised kitesurfing spots.
If you’d like to discover this discipline or simply improve your kitesurfing skills during your camping holiday, it couldn’t be easier. You’ll find several kitesurfing schools just a 20-minute drive away, which will be able to guide you and help you progress. The Giens peninsula in Hyères, and more particularly the Almanarre beach, is a spot known by kitesurfers from all over the world. This spot is renowned for its waves in a westerly wind and its Off Shore water in an easterly wind, providing perfect conditions for thrill-seekers. Discover or rediscover all the pleasures of kitesurfing, kitefoiling or even wingfoiling for the bravest!