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Preparing your stay

Whether you’re going as a couple, a family or a group, your camping holiday can’t be improvised. To ensure that your experience is a success, all you need to do is ask yourself the right questions so that you plan everything and don’t forget anything. In this section, you’ll find useful and practical advice for organising your stay at Camp du Domaine in Bormes les Mimosas before you go.

What to expect from a 5-star campsite in the South of France ?

You’ve decided to go camping and are ready to make your reservation. By choosing a 5-star campsite on the Côte d’Azur, you can be sure that you will have access to standards of quality and comfort that meet your needs and requirements. Le Camp du Domaine is a 5-star campsite that combines top-of-the-range camping pitches, accommodation, services, activities and equipment with a natural feel, making it a unique and atypical campsite with direct access to the sea. When you choose Camp du Domaine, you’re in the heart of the Provence, with your feet in the water, at one of the most beautiful campsites in the south of France, where you can spend an unforgettable holiday in comfort, well-being and conviviality.

What should you plan before setting off on a camping pitch ?

The secret of a happy camper lies in anticipating your stay and being prepared for every eventuality. Among the essential items for your stay on a camping pitch (link to camping pitches page), think of traditional camping equipment such as sardines, a mallet or a hammer, floor mats, pillows, an extension lead, a table, chairs, and so on. You should also think about items that will make life easier during your stay, such as bin bags, a torch, small tools and why not a beautiful string of lights for those cosy evenings under the starry sky. Of course, don’t forget to pack mosquito spray, sun cream, sunglasses and a first-aid kit, as well as things to keep you busy and amused, such as cards, buoys, holiday notebooks and beach games. If you forget anything, don’t worry: everything you need is available at Camp du Domaine

what should you plan before moving into a bungalow or mobile home?

The term “open-air hotel” takes on its full meaning at the Camp du Domaine, where the rental accommodation (link to accommodation page) is modern, comfortable and fantastically well-equipped. If you choose one of our bungalows (link to bungalows page) or mobile homes (link to mobile homes page) for your stay, there’s no need to pack your car with extra equipment: everything is there, or almost! Remember to check the inventory of your accommodation (link to PDF inventory {see rates page} ) before you leave, as the equipment may vary from one range to another. We also offer optional extras (link to prices page) such as a griddle, parasol or sun loungers, to complete the already comprehensive equipment in your accommodation.

Administrative formalities.

Your arrival at Camp du Domaine is approaching and you’re wondering what’s left to do? Rest assured, not much! If you have booked a camping pitch (link to pitches page), don’t forget to pre-register via your customer area: this will save you time on arrival. You can also pay for your stay in advance, even in instalments, so you can arrive at the campsite with peace of mind. For bungalow (link to bungalow page) or mobile home (link to mobile home page) bookings, the balance of your stay must be paid at least one month before your arrival and a deposit of €500 will be required 21 days before your arrival via our partner Swikly. Finally, to make sure you don’t miss out on anything, don’t forget to download the Camp du Domaine app to take advantage of all our practical and tourist advice, and to get into the swing of things before you arrive at the campsite.


Access by car 

  • A570 motorway exit Direction ZI Toulon-Est/hyères/Aéroport Hyères/St Tropez
  • Drive through Hyères towards Le Lavandou/Bormes les Mimosas
    Arrival at the campsite via the Bénat road

Access by train

  • From Toulon station, take the ZOU878 bus towards Saint Tropez at Toulon bus station.
  • Get off at the “Saint Pons” stop in Le Lavandou
    Walk up the Route de Bénat (2km, 30min walk)

Access by plane

  • From Nice (134km)
    Car hire at Nice airport
    Train between Nice and Toulon
  • From Marseille (129km)
    Car hire at Marseille airport
    Train between Marseille and Toulon
  • From Hyères (24km)
    Car hire at Hyères airport
    Take bus line 63 towards Hyères town centre and get off at Jean Jaurès, then take bus line 878 towards Saint Tropez and get off at Saint Pons.
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