- Animals welcome
- Independent dry toilets
- Independent fridge
- Parking onsite
- Closed land
Hello everyone, I live on a large plot of land with my horses and my dog in the middle of the Trets countryside. I invite you to come and stay with us.
View of Mont Sainte Victoire.
Located at the end of a road, no immediate traffic!
A little isolated!
The downside: a major road passes below us (about 1 kilometer)! It doesn't hurt at all, but I can't help saying it :)
The setting is magnificent and relaxing.
On the upper part of the plot. There are 2 large trees where you can park and find shade and shelter from the wind if available.
Possibility of putting up a hammock.
The sanitary facilities
No drinking water. No sanitary facilities.
An emergency dry toilet is available.
A water hose is available for everyday use.
Electricity is extra.
Possibility of using the washing machine for 4euros per wash.
No particular equipment but I will be happy to help you if you need it.
In my caravan there is a fridge available for an extra charge.
Free telephone recharging.
There are a few villages in the vicinity. With aesthetic center (the family :) )
The town of Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume has a remarkable Basilica.
In the countryside there are several equestrian centers where you can enjoy a range of activities.
I've been discovering France for 2 seasons now with my Vito or my caravan.
I'd be happy to give you a secure base away from the madness of the city.
Large access! A very large camper van has already come to stay!!!!
No cigarette butts on the ground! And beware of the high fire risk!
Children will be delighted to have room to ride their bikes.
It's forbidden to feed dogs or horses.
I've got a 2 second two-seater tent with an inflatable mattress to tide you over.
- Bar / Restaurant
- Cultural visits
Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.
3 reviewsVery disappointing
To be avoided! A place of incessant trafficking (comings and goings), a man who passed through our rented property knowing that the children were there, looking like a "gangster".
The "owner" of the property didn't know this man, but after a phone call, she knew that he was the boyfriend of the lady who looked after the horses... she asked us to leave because she understood that I had observed and understood the pink guy. So, offended, she calls the gendarmes to get us to leave, but to no avail.
Dear fellow campers, be observant, sometimes reality is quite different. This was my first special experience, but it didn't stop me from repeating it with other hosts. Everyone has a different role.
I do not recommend