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Camping at Romarins Eze

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This Riviera campsite has it all - cliff-top Mediterranean views, tranquility, beach access and a great location in the Grande Corniche Park, between the hot spots of Monaco and Nice. There are pitches for 41 tents and motor homes, spaced out between the olive trees and rosemary bushes. Whilst having a truly spectacular setting and the essential rustic atmosphere of camping, the site also provides the necessary amenities and a great view of the millionaires yachts which dot the waters below. For those wanting to take some time off from being barefooted in the sand, nearby Michelin starred restaurant, Chateau Eza is well worth a visit. The diversity of the surroundings offer plenty of invigorating activities from hang gliding to Scuba diving. The beach is just a short walk from the campsite, and certainly does not disappoint, with its stretching white sand and turquoise waters.

Monaco and Nice provide for great day trips (as well as remarkable nightlife) with their bustling restaurants and bars. A nearby highlight is the fortified medieval village of Eze. Perched high up along a rocky, narrow peak, Eze is a charming, rustic village with winding cobbled streets and the ruins of its 12th century castle sitting up on the peak.

Romarins Eze is a great place to observe and enjoy the finer Riviera life, at a fraction of the cost. Open from April to September.

Written by  Andrea Meyer.

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overpriced, crowded and noisy

there are only 41 pitches but when we were there there were 6 tents on the pitch next to us and they didn't know each other! It was noisy until 0230 and again from 0500 with people packing up to go. You can walk to Eze village and back but it is not close by so not the sort of place you can go out to eat and then walk back it is a very steep hill and the last bus is at 1730. We have a large tent and it was €59 for one night including the booking fee - we moved the next morning. They were not bothered as we used a whole pitch and we could see that they would prefer to have 6 tents on a plot! There were 53 tens on when we were leaving and there were some empty plots as well. The view is lovely but if you are camping the area around for eating etc is vvvvv expensive as well. Eze Bord de Mer €16 for a pizza! Rolls Royces 10 a penny. We moved up to the Verdon Gorges for an altogether more enjoyable experience. My husband is French and I have been to France umpteen times camping and I rate this camp site the least value for money.


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