Campsite Port Cros
Mobile home rental near Port-Cros
The Port-Pothuau campsite in the Var offers you the opportunity to stay on the Mediterranean coast opposite the island of Port-Cros, 10 minutes from Port Saint-Pierre: the crossing to the island of Port-Cros takes about 1 hour.
On our landscaped site you will find shady and spacious pitches for tents, caravans and camper vans, as well as rental units of various sizes suitable for your holiday as a couple, with your family or with friends.
Do you like campsites but prefer to sleep in a real bed? A simple chalet without sanitary facilities accommodates 4 holidaymakers in its two separate bedrooms.
For those who prefer great comfort, we have a range of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom mobile homes with air conditioning and large furnished terraces. From 25 to 33 m2, they can accommodate from 2 to 6 people depending on the model.
The Facility is entirely designed to facilitate the daily life of holidaymakers with reduced mobility. From the gently sloping access ramp for the terrace to the low furniture in the kitchen and the shower room that meets PRM standards, everything has been designed to provide the greatest comfort and mobility for people with disabilities.
Tourism and places of interest
Go on a family holiday near the beaches of the Mediterranean Sea in the Var. What better place for this than the Var department with its fine sandy beaches?
Port-Cros is a pedestrian island, between the island of Porquerolles and the island of Levant, a few kilometres from the Giens peninsula. With paradisiacal landscapes, you will be able to discover this protected and exotic nature reserve. Being a marine extension of the Maures massif, the island is characterised by its relief but also by its forests. You will find many traces of its historical and architectural heritage on this island.
In the 17th century, as the island was often subjected to pirate attacks, Richelieu had fortified forts and towers built. These defensive buildings have become must-sees when visiting Port-Cros: the Eminence tower, the Vigie fort, the Estissac fort, the Moulin fort and the Portman fort.
There are almost 30 km of paths that you can walk along to discover the island’s Mediterranean flora. During your walks on the island of Port-Cros, you can admire exceptional panoramas, and even find small traditional fishermen’s houses.
Another landscape not to be missed in Port-Cros is its seabed. The richness of the latter has made the island’s reputation. Grab your fins, mask and snorkel and explore the underwater trail to discover the flora and fauna found here.