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A rich and varied heritage
During your stay you can discover around Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the typical Provençal villages and all the activity of a dynamic region. Art and culture festivals, Provençal markets, gastronomic discoveries, wine route, hiking and cycling tours, amusement park and many other tourist sites typical of our heritage await you.
A bowl of scented air
In Provence, lavender is called blue gold. Emblem of the region, its soul said Giono, lavender is indeed omnipresent all year round. It is available in a multitude of derivative products, from shops to market stalls. Honey, biscuits, herbal teas, perfumes, creams or traditional sachets of dried flowers… Its culture is also expanding, boosted by the worldwide demand for natural cosmetics. But to contemplate these flowers, the time window is limited. The fields indeed flower briefly generally from mid-June to mid-July, and until the beginning of August on certain sites. The Provençal hinterland is finally covered with purplish velvet carpets with heady scents. Their lines, as graphic as they are fragrant, are the delight of amateur photographers. The Valensole plateau, where the plants stretch as far as the eye can see, is the most popular place. Other spots, less crowded, also allow you to enjoy the show, such as the plateau of Albion, that of Claparèdes or Grignan, with the castle of Madame de Sévigné in the background.
To see around the camping
At the village
Stroll through the medieval village, then visit the wine museum – Maison Brotte, discover the Domaine de Beaurenard… Shop for local products at the Estelle grocery store. Then go to the Blachère distillery. Finally, treat yourself to the Castelain chocolate factory.
Less than 45 minutes from camping
The Maison des Vins of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the salt pond of Courthézon, the Nalys estate or the lavender museum in the hamlet of Coustellet welcome you.
Sports and Recreation
Go hiking or cycling, take advantage of the marked, organized and maintained trails and paths. Venture into the heart of nature, cross wheat fields and vineyards and walk along the river. Then take a cooking class, or wellness sessions and massages. The most athletic can also have fun and experience real sensations thanks to the many climbing routes or mountain bike trails! Finally, for family moments, nothing better than a geocaching session or a boat trip on the Ouvèze.
tourism in Provence
- Châteauneuf-du-Pape, town of history and wines
- Orange, its Roman Theater and its Chorégies, its Arc de Triomphe
- Piolenc, the Alexis Gruss Park and the National 7 Museum
- Mornas and its fortress
- Vaison la Romaine, its archaeological site and its festivals
- Avignon, its Bridge, its Palace of the Popes and its Festival
- Pernes-les-Fontaines and its festivals
- Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, its antique shops, the Watershed
- Fontaine de Vaucluse and its natural resurgence
- Gordes, its bories and the Abbey of Sénanque
- Rustrel and the ochres of Roussillon
- Nîmes, its Arenas and its concerts, its Roman monuments
- The Pont du Gard and its museums
- Uzès, its Candy Museum and its Duchy
- Saint-Quentin-la-Poterie and all its potters
- Les Baux de Provence, its Carrières de Lumières and its fortress
- Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, its archaeological site, its shops
- Marseilles and the MUCEM
- Cassis and its Calanques,
Parks and attractions
- Visiatome in Chusclan
- Pierrelatte Crocodile Farm
- Bamboo garden of Anduze
- Splashworld, the first eco-responsible water theme park in Monteux
- The Spirou park dedicated to the famous cartoon character 20 minutes from the camping
- Mont Ventoux, famous stage of the Tour de France
- Lace of Montmirail
- Toulourenc Gorges
- Luberon and its typical villages
- The Aven d'Orgnac, famous abyss
- Chauvet Cave in Pont-d'Arc
- Gorges de l'Ardèche, for swimming and canoeing
- The wild Camargue
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