Are you looking for a unique glamping South of France getaway? If so, look no further, as I have put together a list of some of the best South of France glamping opportunities!
Glamping in the South of France is a great vacation option for those looking for a relaxing and more luxurious experience. The glamping sites are set in areas that are peaceful and surrounded by nature.
You will find plenty of sites near the coast or in the countryside. In addition to nature, there are also many nearby attractions that make for great day trips.
Top 4 Glamping South of France Sites
Let’s get right into our list of top glamping spots in the South of France…
1. Treehouse Glamping South of France
Located in a quiet and tranquil setting on the Côte d’Azur you will find a beautiful treehouse glamping site Orion offering stays in 4 treehouses. The site is located close to the medieval village of Saint Paul de Vence with plenty of rural scenery just a few miles away from the Mediterranean Sea.
The site features an eco-pool, sauna, yoga classes, massages and other activities to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
The treehouses are beautifully crafted from cedar wood and provide an amazing retreat for both couples and families. All of the treehouses are equipped with cosy beds, kitchen equipment, a bathroom and flushing toilet.
Bagheera sleeps 2 and comes with a queen size bed, shower room, toilet, heating, insulation,kitchen equipment and a terrace with a table and 2 sun loungers.
Shere Khan sleeps 2 adults and 1 child with a king sized bed, single bed, bathroom, teak bathtub, toilet, heating, insulation, kitchen equipment, and terrace with chairs and table.
King Louie & Mowgli sleeps 2 adults and 2 children and features a queen size bed, a twin bunk cabin, shower room, toilet, hairdryer, heating, insulation, kitchen equipment, Wi-Fi and a terrace with a table and 2 sun loungers.
Colonel Hathi sleeps 2 adults and 3 children and comes with 2 queen size beds, single bed, shower room, toilet, heating, insulation, kettle, kitchen equipment, terrace, hammock, sofa, table and chairs.
2. Romantic Glamping South of France
Attrap’Rêves offers a perfect glamping getaway for couples in bubble tents in a peaceful setting overlooking the skies of Provence. This amazing site offers French breakfast, three-course dinners delivered to your tent, Champagne, massages and even an open-air Jacuzzi for your maximum relaxation.
All bubble tents are unique and come with a double bed, hand-picked furniture, towels, telescope, Eco-friendly shower and toilet are just a few steps away from the bubble. Both Zen Bubble and Love Nature Bubble are completely transparent.
Glamour Bubble and 1001 Bubble are partially tinted and provide some privacy, while partially tinted Bubble Suite gives more space and luxury.
While staying at this amazing glamping site in the south of France you will have plenty of things to do. You may visit the village of Allauch, overlooking Marseille with amazing panoramic views, or enjoy a walk or horse-back ride nearby or visit the historic Aix-en-Provence.
3. Eco Cabins Glamping South of France
Located amongst the vineyards of Châteauneuf-du-Pape you can find 15 lovely eco-cabins in the Vaucluse area known for its wine production. Each of the cabins is unique and has been designed by Italian architect.
Some cabins are floating on the river and some are set amongst the trees. The floating cabins are ideal for couples and can be accessed by boat or pontoon. They feature 1 double bed, a bathroom with shower and toilet, AC and terrace with lounge area.
Family cabins are available in larger sizes and sleep up to 6 people. Family cabins come with 1 double and 3 single beds, a bathroom with shower and toilet, AC and an outdoor lounge area.
A locally sourced breakfast is included in your stay and you may opt-in for dinner, champagne and massage. Some of the popular activities in the area include wine tasting, fishing, nature walks and visits to historic sites of Avignon.
4. Tree Retreat South of France
La Cabane de Pan is a wonderful tree retreat in the South of France nicely positioned by the river la Sorgue. The treehouse was inspired by Peter Pan, a boy who never grew up.
It sleeps 4 guests in a rustic interior and carved windows in the shape of Peter Pan characters.
The treehouse consists of 1 double bed and sofa bed and eco-loo inside the house. The bathroom is shared and located outside, as well as the shared communal kitchen and BBQ site.
Glamping South of France Sites
Did you go glamping South of France recently? Let me know if I should add any other sites to my list. Since you are close by you might consider Glamping Spain | Top 5 Unique Sites or Best Glamping Italy.