Pool and Aquatic Park at camping Les Ramières
Come and enjoy the heated aquatic area at the camping Les Ramières: a large swimming pool and a fun paddling pool, whirlpool baths, a vast solarium terrace and above all three waterslides! Exactly what you need to spend a fabulous time with the family. You can also enjoy a natural dip in the Eygues river, which can be accessed directly from the campsite!
On the premises
|Extra charge payable
|Direct access to the river
|Aquatic games area
|Hydro massage recliners
|Hydro massage jets
A bathing area for all the family
You’re going to adore the aquatic area at the camping Les Ramières. From youngest to oldest, there'll be happiness for all! Your little cherub is about to discover all the delights of the water for the first time? Cool! Make a bee-line for the fun paddling pool! Those a little older will even be able to learn to swim in the large pool, how great is that! But for sheer fun and shrieks of laughter you can’t beat shooting down one of the 3 waterslides! Thrills and excitement guaranteed! Your best-ever holiday memories are ready and waiting for you, right here!
A bathing area for total relaxation
If it’s holiday time then it’s time to enjoy a proper rest! And what better than the campsite aquatic area for recharging the batteries? Begin by unwinding in the whirlpool bath of the spa area (those under 16 years are not allowed), with water at 32°C it’s perfect for deep down relaxation. Close your eyes, empty your mind and simply relax to the soothing sound of the water. Then it’s time to head to the solarium! Stretch out on a sunlounger, switch off and just revel in the warmth of the sunshine. Sheer bliss!
The Eygues river
Directly accessible from the campsite, the Eygues river awaits your arrival. The touch of nature and the refreshing atmosphere you were dreaming of. Take a seat on the riverbank and enjoy a picnic or an afternoon by the river. Your children can go for a swim, while the more experienced can try their hand at fishing.
To ensure that swimming in the river remains a pleasure without consequences, do not dam up the river.