Camping Le Castel Rose Anduze, Gard

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Make the most of your holiday at Camping Le Castel Rose in Gard by exploring the delights of the countryside, the wonders of the local heritage and really enjoying the sunshine in a natural and incredibly beautiful setting! 

Camping Le Castel Rose
610 chemin Recoulin
30140 Anduze
+33 (0)4 66 61 80 15

GPS Coordinates
Latitude: N 44° 3' 50''
Longitude: E 3° 58' 37''
Work out your route

Anduze, 2 km
Nîmes airport, 60 km
Alès railway station, 17 km
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Set off for some camping in Anduze, a charming little town beside the Gardon River, and come and discover the major tourist locations nearby. Anduze, a charming little town beside the River Gardon in Gard is a place that is steeped in history, and one that has been occupied by various different civilisations over the years. All sorts of remains still bear witness to their presence. From prehistoric times, Anduze has inherited fifteen or so dolmens that you'll find in the Domaine de la Grande Pallière; from Antiquity you'll come across the remains of an Oppidum Gaulois (fortified village) and a Castrum Romain (Roman camp) at the top of the rock of Saint-Julien. Anduze is also famous all over the world for its pottery and above all its vases, the artisanal manufacture of which goes back to the 17th century.
Take a rejuvenating break in Allègre-les-Fumades, a charming little town located in the département of the Gard. Enjoy the natural surroundings of this town nestled in a lush green area. In the heart of the Cèze Valley, Allègres-les-Fumades is a small town in the Cévennes. The town owes its name to Allègre Castle, a medieval heritage site and a must-see sight when visiting the town. The fortress offers a breathtaking view over the Cévennes. Guided tours are available to learn more about the castle's history. If you prefer relaxing by the water, take a dip in one of its two rivers, the Auzonnet and the Alauzène, while enjoying the warmth of the South.
Set off for a campsite in Alès, the largest town in the Cévennes, during your holiday, a place which has managed to preserve its Cévennes heritage and which enjoys a special location, close to the main tourist locations in the region. Very close to the Cévennes and not far from the Mediterranean, the town is located at an important tourist crossroads. Dominated for a long time by its mining activity, which saw Alès become one of France's largest coal producers, it has succeeded in developing a tourist activity based around this industry, so as to enable people of all ages to discover the world of mining. The historic centre of the town of Alès is also home to various monuments to visit such as Fort Vauban, a military installation dating back to 17th century under King Louis XIV, the wall of the former bishop's palace, and the cathedral of St John the Baptist. You should also come and visit its two museums, dedicated respectively to contemporary art in the case of the Pierre André Benoît museum and to prehistory in that of Le Colombier.
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Recharge those batteries very close to the Cévennes, in the heart of an area of countryside which is extraordinarily beautiful and diverse. Set off for some camping close to Saint Jean du Gard, right in the heart of the Cévennes national park, a perfect destination for exploring the Cévennes while staying close to major towns and cities such as Alès, Nîmes and Montpellier, as well as the Mediterranean.
Uzès, a medieval town filled with history, located in the Gard. Discover its Duchy, its famous market on Place aux Herbes, and its magnificent architectural heritage. Thinking of visiting with your family? Take a tour of the Haribo Sweet Museum. Discover the company's history and taste some delicious sweets! In Uzès, having a sweet tooth is anything but a sin, it's a way of life.

The Trabuc caves

Just 10 minutes from Anduze, a spectacular network of caves, each more spectacular than the last, stretches away beneath the ground. These caves form part of the essential heritage of the Cévennes, and are visited by thousands of people every year! You'll be able to enjoy the lakes with their crystal clear water, underground waterfalls, huge stalactites and the famous and astonishing stalagmites known as the "100,000 soldiers".


Grotte de Trabuc
30140 Mialet



Alès show mine

Setting off for a holiday right beside the Cévennes is also an opportunity to find out about the region's mining heritage. For more than two hundred years, Alès was one of France's main coal-mining towns. One-of-a-kind in France and perfectly preserved, Alès show mine will take you on a journey to the depths of the earth with the miners. A truly unforgettable experience!


Mine témoin d'Alès
Chemin de la Cité Sainte-Marie - Rochebelle 
30100 Alès


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