Probably the main attraction in the Gardon area of France is the Pont-du-Gard, an amazing Roman aqueduct built around 50 AD. The site, run by FranceLoc, has 200 level, mostly good-sized pitches 92 for touring (with electricity 6A). Many are on stony terraces in a woodland setting offering good to heavy shade Others are more open with some having good views across the river. Rock pegs are essential. There is direct access to the river where swimming is permitted, although in summer the water level may be a little low. Attractive, heated swimming and paddling pools and separate toboggan.
Tourist information is in the reception. There are other attractions worthy of a visit, such as the medieval village of Castillon-du-Gard perched on a rocky peak with narrow cobbled streets, and Collias at the bottom of the gorge from where canoes can be hired. The Pont-du-Gard is only a 3 km. walk from the site.