Located in the south-east of France in the Provence-Alpes-Côte-D’azur region, the Bouches du Rhône department offers a wide variety of landscapes, rich in colour with mountainous areas, plains and the Calanques National Park. Divided between industry and tourism, the Bouches du Rhône department is in a privileged position: dynamic big cities like Marseille, Toulon and Aix-en-Provence, a pleasant seaside and pretty villages to discover. They also offer a subtle blend of historical remains, natural treasures and traditions of Provence. One of the most visited departments in France, the Bouches du Rhône combines the charm of Provence with a Mediterranean climate and a renowned culinary tradition. A popular destination for family holidays on the shores of the Mediterranean, the Bouches du Rhône will seduce you with its numerous tourist attractions such as the Alpilles, the calanques, the Sainte Baume massif, the beaches, and many others.
The Bouches du Rhône department, in the PACA region, occupies a vast territory with a surface area of nearly 5100 square kilometres.
Bordering the Mediterranean Sea, the 13th department reconciles within it two natural resources, the sea and mountains. From the Rade to the Gabarlan hill to the Velodrome Stadium in Marseille, they also carry other assets.
The Bouches-du-Rhône is also a department that boasts other qualities such as its cultural diversity, especially artistic or sporting. Many have been inspired by these unique landscapes. Represented by its chef lieu Marseille, this department is open to the whole world as the European Capital of Culture. By finding old vestiges of the Arlesian city, or the sites of La Ciotat or the Calanques, the Bouches-du-Rhône represent one of the richest heritages in France.
Many attractive cities are located in the Mouth of the Rhone, which makes it an ideal holiday destination if you want to visit this colourful department. These rich cities attract many holidaymakers and tourists every year, who appreciate their authenticity, their beaches or their historical monuments. During your stay at the campsite in the Bouches du Rhone, do not hesitate to visit:
The Bouches du Rhone is the ideal department for sunny tourism, stretching from the west of Arles to La Ciotat, at the gates of the VAR, so the location of the Campsite du Soleil is excellent for visiting both les Bouche du Rhone, and why not the VAR and its beautiful landscapes.
Located in La Ciotat, between Cassis and Ceyreste, you will have quick access from the campsite to the attractive cities of the Bouches du Rhone.
If you decide to go on an adventure in Bouches du Rhone, or more simply to take a family holiday in department 13, the mobil-homes and bungalows available for rent at campsite du Soleil remain a very interesting means of accommodation both financially and in terms of their location. Sleeping in our outdoor establishment in Bouches du Rhone will allow you to have a pied-à-terre for your family visits to the department.