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Camping Le Soleil Vivarais Vallon Pont d’arc, Ardèche

« 14 hectares of nature in the heart of the Ardèche with an aquatic park and direct access to the river »

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Near Le Soleil Vivarais village

All around Camping Le Soleil Vivarais, there is an array of exciting things to explore in the Ardèche. A magical land with incredible light, wild herbs, intoxicating fragrances, white rocks and delightful traditions; you'll love taking a trip through the Gorges de l’Ardèche in a canoe or exploring the caves! 

Camping Le Soleil Vivarais

07120 Sampzon
+33 (0)4 75 39 67 56
Village website

GPS Coordinates
Latitude: N 44° 25' 45''
Longitude: E 4° 21' 19''
Work out your route

Vallon Pont d’Arc, 5 km
Avignon airport, 116 km
Montélimar railway station, 55 km
Situated in Pierrelatte, near to the campsite, the park is home to more than 400 animal species in a 2-acre landscaped glasshouse.
A holiday close to the Gorges of Ardèche is always a fantastic event. And you too will love the landscapes you find here during your explorations!
Come and explore the restoration of Chauvet Cave, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, adorned with the world's oldest prehistoric paintings that have been discovered to date.
In Orgnac, nature draws us in and tells us a story that began 110 million years ago. Time has crafted a tremendous underground world and has bequeathed us its memoires.
Fascinated by palaeontology? Intrigued by ancient fossils? Wait no longer and discover the Ardèche Museum during your camping holiday with Yelloh! Village.
Looking for an exhilarating outdoor activity for all the family? Discover “Accroche-toi aux branches” at Vallon Pont d’Arc, for a holiday with a touch of high-wire acrobatics!
Fancy an escapade away from the campsite? Head for Air’Jey Filets and its adventure trail designed for the whole family!
The wealth of this location is both historic and natural. Indeed its valley, arch and river are reminders of the work done by Mother Nature and time, resulting in a genuine work of art in unison. With its spectacular arch, which has been carved out of the rock naturally, Vallon Pont D'arc is in the Ardèche valley. The town is also highly-reputed due to its geographical location, as it is the departure point for the Gorges de l'Ardèche.
Welcome to Aiguèze, one of the most beautiful villages in France! Come and explore its mysteries and many different facets, here at the crossroads between the Gard, the Vaucluse and the Drôme Provençale. Perched high on its rocky cliff, overlooking the entrance to the Gorges de l’Ardèche on one side and the Côtes du Rhône on the other, discover the village of Aiguèze during your camping holiday. Surrounded by water, this delightfully picturesque island of stone never fails to charm: visit the remains of its ancient fortress, take your time as you stroll through its cobbled streets and admire the romantic Renaissance houses, pause in the shade of the tree-lined square... And for the perfect way to end your trip? Head for the watch path with the family and admire the breathtaking view over Saint-Martin, the Gorges de l’Ardèche and Mont Ventoux as you walk alongside the village walls. Simply sublime!
Visiting this pretty little village, perched above the river and so typical of the Ardèche region, means travelling back to mediaeval times! Come and see the little village of Balazuc and journey back in time to an era in which mediaeval ramparts, little alleyways and fortified castles come together. Balazuc has retained an almost intact reminder of this period of the history of the Ardèche. So come and soak up the delights of this village, which is listed as one of France's loveliest, perched over the river! You'll love walking through its maze of steep little alleyways and strolling around its various vaulted passageways, with their lovely, blue-toned stonework. You can also climb up to the Provence-style tower of the Balazuc's fine Romanesque church, from which the view over the old town and the river is quite splendid!
Fall under the charm of Barjac, a true town of the Renaissance, steeped in history and rich in secrets... Heading off for a camping holiday in Barjac means setting out to explore a charming little town with a delightful Mediterranean accent. This is somewhere unique, set midway between the exceptional natural sites of the Gorges de l’Ardèche and the Cévennes. In the heart of the Cèze Valley, the beauty of Barjac never ceases to surprise. With its narrow cobbled streets, old stone houses and architecture inherited from the Renaissance... Barjac is what holidays are all about. So take a leisurely stroll through its backstreets and soak up the atmosphere, pause in the shade of its enchanting little squares and offer the whole family their best-ever holiday!
Labeaume is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful villages in Ardèche, with its simple charm and its poetry, its old stones and its little streets. Come and visit this medieval village!
Located at the confluence of the Ardèche, Beaume and Chassezac rivers, Ruoms is an ancient medieval village in Bas-Vivarais, Ardèche. During your next camping holiday in Ruoms, you'll be able to enjoy all sorts of sports and relaxation staying in a camping Yelloh! Village.
So why would you come and spend your holiday in Sampzon? And if it's the open air, bathing, walking, canoeing and fishing you're after, or if you feel the need to recharge those batteries? Then you should come for a holiday in Sampzon! You'll find everything you want here, whether it's peaceful holidays or sports-focused ones!
A fascinating mediaeval heritage plus all the charm of the south of France, discover Vogüé during your camping holiday. This little Ardèche village is certain to enchant! Have you ever visited Vogüé? A delightful little town in the Ardèche, this “Village with character” is also listed as one of the most beautiful in France! Fall under the picturesque charm of mediaeval Vogüé, nestling at the foot of its limestone cliff. Take a gentle stroll with the family through the many narrow streets of the village, notably the “Rue des Puces” renowned as one of the narrowest in France! Add to that the attractive houses with their ancient arches and warm colours, and you won’t be able to resist falling in love with it!

Ardèche cuisine

Saucisson, honey, cep mushrooms, goat's cheese, come to our markets and discover the delicious food available in this mountainous region. The chestnut, fruit of the chestnut tree (or "bread tree" as nicknamed by the locals) found on the slopes of the Cévenne, has always been inextricably linked with the history of Vivarais. Chestnut purée, candied chestnuts and chestnut soup; treat yourself to one of our region's specialities. Wines: our region has a multitude of wine cellars and estates where you can taste and buy the local wine, and don't forget to visit the wine museum in Ruoms (4 km).