Camping holidays in the Cévennes
Set off for a camping holiday in the Cévennes, and discover a multifaceted region with all sorts of different landscapes.
Above all, the Cévennes is a region which is steeped in history, and hosted the Camisards war, otherwise known as the Cévennes war. You may find yourself moved by its history, which is closely associated with the Protestants and the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685 by Louis XIV.
The Cévennes is the perfect destination for people looking to immerse themselves in the countryside. With magnificent landscapes incorporating valleys, rivers and caves, all looked over by the peaks of Mont Lozère to the north and Mont Aigoual to the south, set off to discover this region via its various hiking trails. The Cévennes national park is an exceptional area, due both to its landscapes and heritage as well as to its flora and fauna. So people who enjoy the countryside will be really well catered for when they come on a camping holiday in the Cévennes. The Cévennes national park is perfect for outdoor activities, very many of which are available here. With hiking, mountain biking, horse riding, caving, via ferrata, canoeing, kayaking, canyoning and paragliding; the choice is almost endless on holiday here!
Camping in the Cévennes
While you're on holiday in the Cévennes, don't forget to pay a visit to the charming town of Anduze, Florac and Saint Jean du Gard; and then there are the major tourist sites such as the Anduze bamboo garden, the Cévennes steam train, the desert museum in Mialet which traces the history of the Huguenots and the Camisards in the Cévennes, the Trabuc cave in Mialet, the Cocalière cave in Courry, and the Demoiselles cave in Saint-Bauzille-de-Putois.