How to get there?


Our campsite address is: Route des Hauts du Camp, 83330 Le Castalett, RDN8 2760, France.

Our campsite is located a 20-minute walk from the circuit entrance.

Our campsite is 1095 km away from Calais and 42 km away from Marseille.


You can add a ferry package to your booking. We can add a return ferry from Dover to Calais or Hull to Rotterdam.

For more information please contact our team.

Closest airports

  • 48 km from Toulon Hyères Airport (Direct flights from Paris and Brest)
  • 63 km from Marseille Provence Airport (Direct flights from Amsterdam, Athens, Brussels, Istanbul, London and more)

Closest train station

There is a train from Paris (Paris Gare de Lyon train station) to Marseille (Saint-Charles train station) that takes 3 hours 25 minutes.

For more information please visit:


The closest bus stop to the campsite is Ok Corral with buses running to Aubagne, Marseille and Toulon.


There are a variety of tickets that you can purchase at the French Grand Prix.

General Admission

General Admission is the cheapest ticket type and gives you the flexibility to move around the circuit on the viewing banks.

There are several standing areas dotted around Paul Ricard, including at the start of the Mistral Straight and after the Chicane halfway down Mistral.

The largest zones are located in the last few corners on the approach to turn 8 and between turns 9-11.

Champions Club

The Champions Club overlooks the Pit Entry and the Main straight on the track.

You can choose from indoor seating with big TV screens or an outdoor terrace with grandstand seating.

Ticket holders are given all-inclusive hospitality including snacks, meals and an open bar.

Other benefits include F1 driver and executive appearances and a guided tour of the F1 paddock.

Formula 1 Paddock Club

The Paddock Club is located directly above the pits so you get the heart of the action from pitstops and teams trying to undercut one another.

Ticket holders can watch the racing from a large rooftop terrace with views of the Main Straight.

Other benefits include a daily pit lane walk, F1 driver appearances and Guided Paddock Access.

Ligne de Depart

This grandstand is the most popular and faces the starting grid and pit boxes.

This is great for those who want to see the pit action, race build-up and the start and finish.

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Saint Baume

This grandstand views turns 5 and 6 at the circuit.

This zone of the circuit has a series of slow-speed corners so you get the chance to see the cars in action.


The entry to the chicane is a good overtaking sport meaning you may see some good action on the track.

16-25 Grandstand

This grandstand is dedicated to young people aged between 16 and 25.

Please note at the event you may be asked for proof of age.


Children aged 6 to 16 years old will need to show proof at the entrance and have a valid ticket which is discounted.

Children under the age of 6 years old have access to the event for free.

A ticket must be retrieved from one of the ticket booths on-site on the day of the event.

Children under the age of 6 aren’t assigned a seat and will need to be seated on their parent/guardian’s lap.

All children need to be accompanied by an adult.

What’s on?

F1 Fan Zone

The F1 Fan Zone is usually situated behind the Main Grandstand on the start-finish straight.

Competitions will be held in the F1 Fan Zone, including eSport racing and the quickest F1 pitstop.

You can visit the Xtreme Park which provides karting, mini quads, zipline and other extreme sports - please check the age and height limit restrictions.

There is a funfair usually next to the chicane with a variety of rides to choose from.

You will be able to purchase F1 merchandise, watch interactive displays and an exceptional reconstruction of a village with craftmanship and regional products being sold.


The circuit has hosted a series of live performers on stage.

Previous DJs have included Bob Sinclair and Martin Solveig.

Food and Drink

The circuit showcases a variety of food and wine from local producers.

There is a restaurant called Pitlane Restaurant & Bar on the edge of the circuit.


  • We recommend downloading the "Grand Prix de France" app to have easy access to the on-track timetable, interactive circuit map and more.
  • Please make yourself aware of the prohibited items the circuit list before you attend.
Please note this information is a guide and is subject to change.