France, Provence, Vaucluse, Orange
- +33 4 32 81 94 96
- 1 April - 30 October.
Alan Rogers Review
This small, comfortable and well looked after site is something of a gem. Located on the outskirts of Orange, yet close to the town centre, it somehow retains a rural atmosphere. There are 80 pitches, some 50 for touring. All are flat and grassy with some larger pitches ideal for motorhomes. Separated by high hedges and flowering bushes, with tall trees for shade, all have access to electricity (10A, some may need long leads) and water. Convenient for the N7 and the A7 motorway, this is definitely one to stop at en route, or spend a few days enjoying the interesting town of Orange.
Orange has many Roman ruins and remains, including one of the best preserved amphitheatres in Europe, which is now used for open-air concerts and plays. It also has a thriving town centre with attractive shops, restaurants and bars. There are many interesting walks and sightseeing tours that have been prepared by Patrick, the owner, who is only too happy to help you plan days out.
One clean, modern toilet block in the centre of the site. A second block by the pool and bar has accessible facilities. Baby room and children’s toilets. Washing machine. Motorhome services. Shop with essentials. Bread to order. Breakfast service. Bar and snack bar/pizzeria (on demand). Small pool with attractive sunbathing area and paddling pool. Jacuzzi, gym and sauna. Multisports field. Tennis court. Pétanque. Playing field. Small playground. Communal barbecue only. Free WiFi throughout. Chalet accommodation to rent.
From A7, take J21 towards Orange centre. At first roundabout, turn left and follow signs. Or, from N7 south towards Orange centre, turn right just before the Arc de Triomphe, and right at second roundabout. Site signed.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N44 8 47||W4 47 43|