Comapre Campervan & RV Hire Marseille, France

Marseille, the third largest city in France, has an intricate history that dates back to 600 BC. It offers much more to visitors than Cézanne’s paintings depict, as it is notable for its cornice, old harbour, colourful markets and picture-friendly landmarks.

Explore beyond this Mediterranean coastal city on a self-drive tour with a motorhome. This will allow you to drive along the coast, into the picturesque countryside that inspired Van Gogh and through the French Alps. Campervan selection here is great, with adequate camping sites to rest in.

We understand that booking a big ticket item can be stressful that is why we offer a multilingual customer service team that are experienced in taking and arranging campervan holidays in France. Book with RVRentaCampervan today and we will ensure a worry free holiday with no hidden costs.

Campervan Rental Marseille Choice

RVRentaCampervan have partnered with Black Sheep, Avis and BIG Sky Campers to offer a awesome selection of fully equipped mobile homes, RV;s and pop up campers ranging from 2 berth to 4 and 5 berth luxury wagons. Book early and be sure of the best deal on your camping tour holiday.

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A few suggested campervan driving routes in Marseille

Western Mediterranean:

from Marseille to Perpignan near the Spanish border on a beautiful drive along the coast. En route, see the Roman ruins in Arles, visit the Antigone neo-classic district in Montpellier and snap photos of the Canal du Midi in Beziers. On this drive, rest overnight at Camping Monplaisir and Camping La Nautique. Arlas is famous for it’s sight as well as for being in the middle of nowhere. However, don’t let that stop you from enjoying what it has to offer. Arles is truly one of a kind and will leave your jaw dropped! Here, you have a 1st of the 2nd-century Roman amphitheater as well as great museums and a famous Saturday market. In Perpignan, you can stop and see the Cathedral of St Jean Baptiste which was finished in the year 1509 after a 100 years of being built. While in the city of Beziers, after visiting the canal, don’t forget to stop and see the infamous Saint Nazaire Cathedral, that has some of the best views of the Orb Valley in the region.

French Alps:

a scenic drive to Briançon, the highest town in Europe. Stay overnight in Campsite Les Olivettes to enjoy walks in the lovely town of Sisteron, enjoy the amazing mountain scenery from Campsite La Pierre de l’Aigle and see the 17th century fortifications in Briançon while staying at Camping 5 Vallees. The French Alps are infamous for a plethora of different things, the real question is: how much time do you have to do it all? One of the favorite things to do in the French Alps is to see Mont Blanc. Mont Blanc is the highest summit in Western Europe and with the proper training can actually be climbed! In fact, people do it every year. However, most people enjoy the view by Cable Car. If you head south of Mount Blanc, you’ll reach Vanoise. This small town is known as a gateway to many of the ski resorts in the area. One of the most famous cities in Alps is actually Chambéry in France, most people who come here relax in the fresh air and enjoy the medieval quarter. If you love nature, the French Alps are not to be missed while on holiday!

Highway A7:

from Marseille to the historical city of Lyon. This beautiful drive through the Rhône Valley offers plenty to see, with numerous places to rest overnight. Recommended camping sites include Camping la Ferme des Roures, Campsite Les 4 Saisons and International Château de la Perouze. The city of Lyon is famous for being the third largest city in the entire country of France. Lyon is a UNESCO site recognized as, “the archetype of the heritage city.” Here, you will see an abundance of different churches sprawled around a big hill which is actually named by the locals, “the hill that prays.” The 2000-year-old history of Lyon is worth spending a few days to enjoy while traveling down the A7. While on the A7, don’t forget to stop in Vénissieux to see some of the great monuments from World War 2.

Driving Guidelines

Road network:

Marseille is well connected to the rest of France thanks to its great road network, with plenty of petrol stations at which to refuel your motorhome.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 50kph (unless specified otherwise)
Provincial roads: 80-130kph
National roads and motorways: 110-130kph

Alcohol limits:

00.05 per cent; routes are policed regularly and fines for violators are heavy.

Safety:

driving is on the right-hand side, with roads in great condition and the AA responding to emergencies quickly. Priority is given to drivers coming from the right and the use of a mobile phone while driving is illegal.

Compare Campervan Hire in Marseille

We’ve compiled the lowest rates on motorhome hire in Marseille, with vehicles available for pick-up in the city centre. Our camping vans are supplied by Big Sky and can sleep from two to six people, with available brands including enviro campers, Pure Motorhomes France and Origin Campervans.

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