Campervan and motorhome hire in South of France

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Campervans for hire in South of France

These campervans are available at our local depots in South of France. Find out which fits your road trip best.

Sporty

Fiat Ducato Diesel, 2016-18

30 CH2 2.0 Multijet 115

  • 4 people

    Seating and beds for 4 people

  • Dimensions

    4,96m x 2,69m x 2,75m

  • WC

    Optional as extra

  • 2 convertible double beds

    Lower - 1.90m x 1.55m | Upper - 1.90m x 1.45m

Active Plus

Fiat Ducato Diesel, 2017-18

MH2, 2.0 Multijet 115

  • 4 people

    Seating and beds for 4 people

  • Dimensions

    5,41m x 2,69m x 2,75m

  • WC

    WC w/ shower

  • 2 fixed double beds

    Lower - 1.87m x 1.40m | Upper - 1.80m x 1.40m

Nomad

Fiat Ducato Diesel, 2018-19

L2H2 2.3 Multijet 130

  • 4 people

    Seating and beds for 4 people

  • Dimensions

    5,41m x 2,69m x 2,75m

  • WC

    WC w/ shower

  • 2 convertible double beds

    Lower - 1.83m x 1.27m | Upper - 1.70m x 1.20m

Where to start your road trip in South of France

Rent a campervan in any of our popular cities in South of France. Check local campervan availability, popular routes and get expert tips.

Marseille

Over a timespan of two millennia, cities come and go. Not Marseille; it’s been here for over 2,600 years! Best known as a bustling seaport at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, the docks of Marseille see tons of trade, commerce and industry. But being a modern port city also adds an element of urban grittiness.

Nice

Nice has a young spirit. The coastal city is open minded, refined, and has a thoroughly Mediterranean ethos––which makes for everlasting souvenirs of all the great moments you’ll live here: sunset walks on inviting pebble beaches, artsy afternoons getting to know the artists who lived here, and overwhelming views from palm-lined boulevards of an ethereal blue coast.

Toulouse

There is much to do and see within Toulouse. With almost a thousand years in existence (and that’s only as an official French city), Toulouse boasts incredible ancient architecture, such as the majestic Basilique Saint-Sernin and the expansive gothic masterpiece of Church of Les Jacobins.

Bordeaux

To many, the name Bordeaux conjures up a tidal flood of tannins, earthy flavours and fruity notes. Like well-aged red wine, the city of Bordeaux is a full-bodied experience; the port city is as rich in culture as the region is in viticulture.

Biarritz

Twenty-five kilometres up from the Spanish border, on the French Basque’s Atlantic coast, Biarritz calls on nostalgic travellers and adventure seekers alike. Its offering? Casinos, historical buildings, seawater therapy centres, a revived dining scene, charming boutiques, golf courses, lovely promenades, and exciting waves.