Alan Rogers Review
As one approaches this site, a magnificent landscape of mountains and valleys unfolds. The site has 135 pitches with 90 for touring (6A electricity). Access to the older, higher section of the site is reasonably easy and mature trees provide some shade. The 30 large, fully serviced pitches on the lower section are separated by small hedges with little shade. Access roads are steep but tractor assistance is available. Rock pegs are advised. Approach roads are steep, with several hairpin bends; care is required (not advised for underpowered or large units).
Those seeking to unwind and relax should appreciate the delightful scenery and many opportunities to explore the magnificent countryside on foot, by bike or in the car. The site has a good restaurant/bar and terrace with panoramic views. There is a covered swimming pool and an excellent ecological toilet block on the lower level. In July and August there is weekly live music and a themed meal.
Three good sanitary blocks. Washing machines, dryer. Facilities for disabled campers (the site is not ideal with steep roads and steps). Shop (15/4-14/9). Bar (20/6-14/9). Restaurant and takeaway (25/6-25/8). Heated outdoor (1/6-30/8) and covered swimming pools (all season) and small, heated, covered paddling pool (14/4-14/9). Play area, organised activities. Tennis. Bicycle hire. Rafting, canoe trips (on River Drôme), riding, paragliding. Barbecues are not allowed.
- Bicycle Hire on Site
- Bar on Site
- Childrens Play Area
- Indoor Pool on Site
- Outdoor Pool on Site
- Shop on Site
- Takeaway Food
From A7, exit 16 Loriol, take D104 towards Crest. At traffic lights on Crest bypass, turn right, D538 towards Bourdeaux. Before Bourdeaux turn right over bridge, D328B, signed Le Poët-Célard. Climb for 1.5 km. to T-junction, turn right. D328. Before Le Poët-Célard turn left, D328A to site.