La Combe de Ferrière is a former naturist campsite with a wonderful welcome and a relaxing ambience, hidden amid the dramatic hills of the southern Cevennes. This is a peaceful region where you can enjoy a Mediterranean lifestyle and climate. For the adventurous, a moonlit walk is on offer. There is a good swimming pool, sauna and dip pool and convivial evening meal once or twice a week.
There are 35 pitches (6A electricity), all with something special, whether it be a spectacular view or a beautiful tree. Twenty-four are dedicated to tents, with the remaining available for caravans/motorhomes. Two gîtes and three studios are for hire all year. Site staff will arrange to collect you from the nearby railway station if you wish. Cars are parked away from pitches.
The main house dates from the 11th century and each week campers are offered a two-hour guided tour. Why not try one of the nine walking routes starting from the campsite? For the more energetic, pony trekking and horse riding are available locally, as well as canoeing in the Gorges du Tarn. The granite hills of the Mont Lozère or the chalk heights of the Causses, near Florac, provide excellent walking. Day trips are possible to Roman Nîmes with its fine arena, the papal city of Avignon, Anduze with its unique bamboo garden, and the tiny medieval town of Vézenobres.