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Camping Les Cascades La Roque-sur-Cèze , Gard

« 5 hectares of greenery and nature at the foot of the Cascades du Sautadet »

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Close to the camping Les Cascades

Set right in the heart of the Cèze valley, the camping Les Cascades is ideally situated for exploring the surrounding area. And there is so much for you to explore during your holiday: Avignon and its famous bridge, Nîmes and its arenas, Orange and its Roman theatre. Without forgetting the Cascades du Sautadet and La Roque-sur-Cèze, just a stone’s throw from the campsite! But where to start? 

Camping Les Cascades
693, route de Donnât
30200 La Roque-sur-Cèze
+33 (0)4 66 82 72 97

GPS Coordinates
Latitude: N 44° 11' 17''
Longitude: E 4° 31' 31''
Work out your route

La Roque sur Cèze, 1 km
Nimes airport, 81 km
Bagnols sur Cèze railway station, 12 km
Come and explore a unique and magical location during your camping holidays in the Gard. The Cascades du Sautadet will leave you with some indelible memories.
France's Occitanie region is a mix of the Camargue, Spain, Provence, the Mediterranean, Gascony, the Pyrenees and more! During your camping holiday, come and soak up the flavours, scents and colours of this region!
On holiday in the Gard? Come and discover the magnificent village of La Roque-sur-Cèze. Where nature and architecture form an unbeatable combination!
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!
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.
Arles is a city in south-eastern France that encompasses in area of more than 700 km², and which also comprises the largest commune in metropolitan France. Its historical, cultural and natural heritage make it the perfect place for your next holiday! Historic Arles! Listed in France as a Ville d’Art et d’Histoire, Arles has managed to preserve its architectural and cultural heritage. So while you're out for a stroll with your family or friends, around the corner from one of its little streets, you'll discover its ancient theatre, its arenas, la Major church, the cathedral of Saint-Trophime, the Roman amphitheatre discovered during archaeological digs, and the Constantine Baths. All of these have World Heritage status.
Avignon, the City of the Popes, famous for its theatrical tradition, is an exceptional city. Come and discover this superb destination! Avignon is a city of culture, with a world-famous theatre festival and all sorts of museums. Inside, you'll find paintings from the Middle Ages, contemporary artworks and some of the finest works of the Impressionists. History buffs, meanwhile, will find out about the fabulous items dating back to prehistory and ancient times. Maybe you'll also have the opportunity to see some theatre during Avignon's festival? This is certainly one of the world's biggest performing arts festivals. And you mustn't leave Avignon without having stopped by at Les Halles, which is a huge, covered Provencal market. Perhaps you'll take a souvenir bottle of Côtes du Rhône away with you?
Are you on holiday in the Gard? Fancy the idea of discovering the towns close to your campsite? Why not start with the highly unusual town of Bagnols-sur-Cèze?
Right in the heart of the Gard, in the Occitanie region, hides a charming village that is more than worth a visit: Montclus. So come and push open the doors of this little gem, and discover all it has to offer.
The southern sun, the winds and a variety of influences have moulded it over the last 2,000 years. And although there are many influences and paradoxes, its personality is unique. Roman and Hispanic, with features of the Camargue and of Cevennes, of Languedoc and of Provence, Nîmes is the city of all accents! During your camping holiday, give into the charm of its architecture and come back for its Feria.
On holiday in the Vaucluse? Stop off and visit Orange. Let this town of art and history open the doors to its exceptional heritage. Prepare to be amazed!