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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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The bathing area at the camping Les Cascades

Sunshine, relaxation and all the joys of the water await you during your holiday at the Yelloh! Village Les Cascades! On the programme for your stay? Diving into the heated swimming pool, unwinding on the campsite beach and discovering the Cascades du Sautadet just a few metres from your accommodation. So, what do you think about that? 

On the premises

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Direct access to the river
Paddling pool
Heated pool

A bathing area for all the family

“1, 2, 3 jump”! Wow, your youngest has just jumped for the first time into the heated swimming pool at the camping Les Cascades. So what better moment to teach them to swim or even to learn to put their head under water, never easy to do. But now it’s done! Another victory all round. The little ones will be shrieking with laughter as they splash in the paddling pool. So how about you? Well you can choose! Lie back in the whirlpool baths or soak up the sunshine of the South of France and top up your tan, with the deckchairs in the solarium as the perfect option. This bathing area on several levels is sure to put a smile on your face! So you see, here the whole family is in heaven.


Swimming shorts are not allowed.

River and waterfalls just a stone’s throw from the campsite

After all the fun of the swimming pool it’s time to enjoy the campsite beach and the River Cèze. Don’t forget anything: towels, ball, inflatables and above all your camera to keep a permanent souvenir of those important family moments. If you want to discover a truly magical spot, follow the little rocky path alongside the river. At the end? The Cascades du Sautadet*! A natural site of amazing beauty. And all that just at the foot of the campsite! Unbelievable, no?


* Bathing and diving in the Cascades du Sautadet are strictly forbidden.