Alan Rogers Review
Camping Village du Bosc is a family run naturist campsite in a secluded spot, with views over the Lac du Salagou. The 80 good sized touring pitches and 20 rental units are on 25 acres of gently sloping, terraced hillside with its distinctive red soil. Most have some shade, and all have access to 6-10A electricity. The large swimming pool and friendly communal evening meals, along with family entertainment, add to the warm atmosphere of this site. The extended estate of 200 acres surrounding the campsite provides many naturist walking routes with superb views down the valley towards the lake.
The Lac du Salagou offers fishing and watersports. It is possible to cycle around the lake, but some of the tracks are a little uneven. Nearby, the town of Lodeve has all essential shops and banks. The closer village of Octon has two excellent restaurants and a small grocery store. One of the oldest bridges in France can be found at Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert - ‘desert’ referring to the lack of population, not the terrain!
Four shower blocks, two naturist. Baby bath. Washing machine. Motorhome services. Bar (July/Aug). Evening meals. Swimming pool. Trampoline. Family fitness exercises. Musical evenings. Pétanque competitions. Play area. Dogs accepted on one area of site. Naturist hiking trails.
- Boat Launch Nearby
- Lake/River Beach Nearby
- Seaside Beach Nearby
- Fishing Nearby
- Fishing on Site
- Golf Nearby
- Riding Nearby
- Sailing Nearby
- Skiing Nearby
- Pets allowed
From the north on A75 autoroute take exit for D609 Lac du Salagou and Cartels, then follow D148 southwest towards Octon. Approaching Octon follow signs on right for Centre Nauriste and Cazouls.
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Latitude Longitude 43.6605 3.32092
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