Tourism in the Cévennes, hidden treasures:
discover them!

If it’s your first time, or if you’re a die-hard fan, the Cévennes are discovered step by step and at your own pace.

Culinary delicacies, archaeological curiosities, historic richness and handicraft, the Cévennes have it all. On the UNESCO world heritage list, sharing and transmitting our culture and traditions is inherent in this region.

Discover hiking tracks, transhumance paths, the Gorges du Gardon by canoe or canyoning: the Cévennes offer themselves to you...

Tourist map of the Cévennes

Our selection of sites you should see

Camping Cévennes-Provence and its partner network

Organisme sportif partenaire avec le camping
This star in the label shows that these providers have been partners of the campsite for many years. They are competent licensed professionals who are very passionate about their work and this region. Inquire at the reception about these activities for information, discounts and reservations .

Our favourites

Mountain bike hiking tours

Whenever we can, Gilles and I go out for the discovery of the region’s tracks, on foot or by bike! Go on your own with a map, or accompanied by our partners Sentiers Vagabonds.

Sentiers Vagabonds


 Love to go for a stroll in Anduze, especially on Thursday morning, market day! The narrow little streets, the Pagoda with the varnished tiles, the Parc des Cordeliers, the tour de l’Horloge and of course Anduze’s famous pottery...Everything’s worth the visit here!

Route du vase d’Anduze


I love these afternoons with friends at the river in the sun, then to end the afternoon with a Jeu-de-boules game! I love to dive in the Gardon of Mialet. My brother Emile comes here to fish... He doesn’t need to go very far!

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Maison Rouge - Musée des Vallées Cévenoles

This museum opened its doors in 2017 and is exceptional! Everything about the Cévennes, the traditions, history and memories. To discover alone or with family!

Maison Rouge

Local gastronomy

Tip: Do not skip local gastronomy! Pélardon, honey, cold cuts, chestnuts, sweet onions of the Cévennes and wines…
Here, eating is an “art de vivre” !
All these items are available at the campsite’s grocery store!

Cévennes Tourisme

The Cévennes steam locomotive

I have always loved going on the Cévennes Steam Train ever since I was a child. It’s almost like time travel, with amazing panoramic views, and a break at one of the most beautiful gardens in France: The Bambouseraie. And if you are feeling really adventurous, there is the new bike-rail!

The Cevennes steam train

Donkey trekking

Explore the Cévennes countryside on donkey back, a delightful experience for kids and adults alike! From an hour to the whole day, the treks are a great way to appreciate the magnificent landscape.
My daughter dreams of these outings!


On nature discovery tour

The campsite offers such biodiversity that I could stroll here for hours! Trees, plants, birds, take the time to observe and to taste as well! Basil from our aromatic herbs garden will make your omelettes tasty, the thyme you pick in Corbès will provide a strong herb tea for next winter!

The campsite’s tree list

Day trip suggestions

 Day at the beach!

Plage de l’Espiguette is only a 1,5 hour drive. Beautiful dunes stretch over 10 km long and 2 km large in this preserved nature park.
Surfers and kite-surfers enjoy coming to this Espiguette beach because it stretches far into the sea.

Nice stops on the way are Grau du Roi’s Seaquarium and lovely village Aigues-Mortes, next to the Parc Régional de Camargue.

Cirque de Navacelles and Mont Aigoual, breath taking views

You’d like a day in nature? Bring your camera and go for the discovery of the Cirque de Navacelles, this site’s on the UNESCO world heritage list since 2011.
This preserved natural environment has been shaped by a harmonious alchemy between men and nature and shelters an very rich, varied and extraordinary biodiversity.
Then take your coat and meet at 1565 m. height on Mont Aigoual for an exceptional view, climate and for its meteorological observatory.

Avignon, « the city of popes »

Avignon, famous for its festival as well, is one France’s few cities to have preserved its ramparts. In the historic centre you’ll find the Palais des Papes, the episcopal buildings, the Rocher des Doms and the Pont d’Avignon, well known by little children because of the song.

Paved little streets, shadowy squares, gastronomy and "art the vivre"!

Make a stop on the road in Uzes, city of art & history, and visit the musée des bonbons Haribo.

Nîmes, 26 centuries of history

Nîmes with its extraordinary cultural heritage lies at about 45 minutes from the campsite:

  • The Arènes is the best preserved amphitheatre of the Roman world.
  • The Maison Carrée was built at the beginning of our era to honour Caius and Lucius César
  • The Jardins de la fontaine was one of Europe’s first public parks
  • The Temple de Diane is a romantic and enigmatic monument
  • The prestigious Tour Magne was built on the Roman city wall.

A jump into history and architecture!

-Camping open from March 31st until October 1st-

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