Mr Bean’s Holiday Filming Locations
Mr. Bean’s Holiday was filmed almost entirely in France, and I think most people will agree that these locations are one of the stars of the movie themselves. There are so many picturesque and visually appealing scenes that the movie is like an advert for French tourism. Ever since I first watched the movie, I wanted to know where these locations were and I’m sure others would like to as well, so I made this guide to the Mr. Bean’s Holiday filming locations. I hope it helps you plan a trip to visit some of these places yourself.
If you click on the location titles or images below, you will be taken to the details page for that location. Alternatively, you can click on the map markers in the map below to visit each location’s page.
I’ll be adding more locations over time, so check back often, or subscribe to the newsletter and I’ll let you know when new locations are added. However, if there are any particular Mr. Bean’s Holiday filming locations that you would like to see on here, please do let me know in the comments section below.
The Most Holy Trinity with St Barnabas, Hartland Road, Camden Town, London
The church raffle, exterior and interior scenes.
The Eiffel Tower, 7th arrondissement, Paris, France
The Eiffel Tower is seen briefly via Mr. Bean’s camcorder during his taxi ride as he films the sights of Paris, along with a few close-up shots of his face.
Grande Arche de la Defense, 1 Parvis de la Défense, 92800 Puteaux, France
Due to a mix-up with the taxis, Mr. Bean is dropped off here instead of Gare de Lyon.
Gare de Cavaillon, 84300 Cavaillon, France
Mr. Bean leaves his bag on the train and helps Stepan call his father.
The D927 road, south-west of the village of Cormainville, France
Mr. Bean hitches a ride and gets locked in a shed
D176 road in Oppède, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France
Road where Mr. Bean Meets Sabine and her familiar car.
Viaduc de Millau, 12400 Millau, France
Sabine drives Mr. Bean and Stepan across the Viaduc de Millau while the Hawaii Five-O theme plays.
66 Route Napoléon, Saint-Vallier-de-Thiey, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur
The petrol station where Sabine finds out they are wanted by the police.
Royal Victoria Dock Bridge, Docklands, London
A pedestrian bridge that crosses the Royal Victoria Dock in London. The bridge appears during Sabine’s only scene in Carson Clay’s film Playback Time.
St. Barnabas Church
The Most Holy Trinity with St. Barnabas, Hartland Road, Camden Town, London
The Eiffel Tower
Grande Arche de la Defense
Mr. Bean Hitches A Ride
D927, Cormainville, France
Gare de Cavaillon
Bean Meets Sabine
D176, Oppède, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
The Petrol Station
Viaduc de Millau
Royal Victoria Dock Bridge
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I wondered where the bridge from Playback Time was!
Yes, me too. Was quite pleased to work out where this one was!
I wondered where the German invasion scene was filmed? Thanks😋
Thanks for your question Riko. The scene was filmed in the village of Oppède le Vieux in France. I’ll add more details soon, but you can find where the location where the scene was filmed in Oppède le Vieux on Google Maps here.
Thanks for make it page,You know bro,i wash watched Mr Bean Holiday film when i 7 years old,and i so amazing look the locations on this film. The atmosphere is so cool,make me Excited to visit there. But I didn’t know before who to asking where the place,cause i dont have smartphone litle informations to get. and I just found out in your website. wow Big thanks for make detail informations,thanks for answer my question which is always sticky in my head when i kids wkwk.. proud of you. Hope you always Healthy with family 🙏🏼✨
Thank you, you’re most welcome! Yes, the locations in this film are fantastic, I will be adding more soon.
Do you know what train station was used for the Avignon train station? Thanks very much.
Thank you for your question Renee. Both the interior and exterior of Avignon station were used for the scene where Bean and Stepan beg the lady for money and are chased by the station master. I’ll be adding details for these soon.
Did you know where’s the place that can sighseeing all Cannes and South of France’s view from the top of hills? Thanks
Thanks for your question. That location can be found here: Bean, Sabine and Stepan arrive in Cannes
Dude i love you so much…
I am planning to visit the french riviera, and was looking for exactly THAT Location 🙂
Cool! Enjoy your trip when you go and let us know what it’s like. Hope it still looks just like the movie 🙂
Hmmm. Never been to Cannes but the beach area sure looks like St Raphael. . . . ???
Yes, St Raphael does look very similar to Cannes. I’m pretty sure it’s Cannes, I’ll post some images some time just to confirm.
I love mrbean it’s a great movie
It certainly is!
hi, i really wanna know what road the bike chase scene is set in, do let me know if you know! thanks!
Thanks for your question Vishal! It’s on the D245 road in the south-east of Sault. Here’s the location where Mr. Bean has a worried look as the Jeep starts to speed up:
Jeep speeds up location
A bit further down the road is the shed where Mr. Bean follows the chicken farmer’s truck to:
Chicken shed in Mr. Bean’s Holiday
I’ll post more bike chase locations as soon as I get a chance to.
Hello! Great article.
Do you know where the escalator scene was filmed for Playback Time?
Thank you! I don’t know where the escalator scene was filmed sadly. I’d really like to know that one too!
Looks like a railway station platform when Carson Clay reaches the top, but all my searches haven’t turned up anything that looks like the scene.
Thanks a lot for your work, we are already planning our trip. best holiday ever!