Camping’ history

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Camping’ history

The Pascalounet campsite was the first to appear in the rural district of Couronne-Martigues (13500) and has direct access to the beach. It was created in 1957 and registered with the Commercial Register in 1958 by Pascal and Marie-Thérèse GIUNTI, aka Pascalounet and Lily, respectively.

Following Pascalounet and Lily’s retirement at the end of the 90s, their son and daughter, Robert and Christiane GIUNTI, took over and carried on running the Pascalounet campsite. In 2004, at the instigation of Robert, who could foresee a drastic change in the outdoor hospitality industry, the site was completely restructured and renovated:

  • All the plumbing and electricity systems were modified;
  • All the pitches were redesigned;
  • Numerous green spaces were created;
  • Two completely new toilet and shower blocks were built;
  • A new reception area was built, adjoining the fast food outlet known as ‘Lily’s’;
  • And finally, new chalets and static caravans were installed to attract a new clientele looking for comfort in a natural environment.


In 2012, Pascalounet’s grandchildren, Olivier and Benjamin, also decided to continue with the enterprise, bringing in their new skills, while at the same time benefiting from their experience in the family business. In 2013, it is therefore a team that is “more motivated than ever” who will welcome you and accompany you on your holiday in a friendly and family-orientated atmosphere. Our goal is to make you too want to join our circle of loyal customers, sharing special moments with your family and friends next to the Mediterranean, right in the heart of a preserved and protected natural environment.

We hope to have the pleasure of welcoming you to our campsite on the Côte Bleue.

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