Your arrival will be marked by two things: first of all, a welcoming team that is ready to listen to you and is warm and caring. They will give you all the information you need to settle into the campsite and to find your way around. Then, during the summer months, you will also be greeted by the haunting sound of cicadas. No doubt, you are on holiday in Provence!
After the welcome, you can walk along the paths planted with olive and oak trees. Facilities are accessible and clean. Pets are allowed, but you will be asked to keep them on a lead. Finally, in the supermarket, you will find all the necessities of daily life. However, for any other product you may need, don’t hesitate to make an order and it will be in stock for you on the following day.
From 1 April to 6 November 2022 (subject to government guidelines regarding the health situation).
Bank transfer, holiday vouchers (no change), bank cards, cheques and cash. Any stay booked on the website must be paid 15 days before the date of your stay.
With the exception of category 1 and 2 dogs, animals are allowed on the pitches, but not in the accommodation. Compulsory leash and up-to-date rabies vaccination. Outside the campsite, the main beaches are not open to dogs.
The campsite naturally offers a privileged setting for relaxation with family or friends. A few metres away, you will find a bowling alley, a children’s playground, a beach volleyball court, a picnic area as well as many providers of watersports activities. Because you are in the heart of the Verdon Natural Regional Park, you are ideally located for all types of activities.
From the campsite you can take your first walk by the Verdon river! Take the le circuit des Muletiers, it will take you to the Valensole Plateau. You will come across a scenic viewpoint that offers an exceptional panorama of the lake. A few kilometres away by car, you can discover the natural wonders of our region: the famous Verdon Gorge in particular, a Mecca for climbing, canyoning and hiking (Blanc Martel trail). Further south, by canoe, kayak or paddle, you will cross the lower gorges that connect the small lakes of Montpezat, Artignosc, Quinson and Esparron. Then, on the lake, in addition to swimming, you can go sailing, fishing or discover small creeks by electric boat, and more. And for the more sporty among you, you can try the invigorating “swinrunman” trail in May, which combines swimming and running in a landscape made for titans.
During your stay, don’t hesitate to visit the museums and remarkable sites located within an hour’s drive from the campsite. For the nearest sites: le Musée de la préhistoire de Quinson, le musée de la faïence de Moustiers-Sainte-Marie or Riez la Romaine. A little further north, you will enter l’UNESCO Géoparc de Haute Provence with its many unique geological sites such as the Pénitents des Mées rock formation or the ammonite slab in Digne-les-bains. From here, you can access the world’s largest collection of contemporary art in the heart of nature.