'A range of first-rate services are available at the campsite to enable you to enjoy your holiday to the full.
Being located in the heart of a small village means you can easily get around on foot or by bike. And the bus stop in front of the entrance to the campsite also means you can forget the car while you're on holiday if you like.'
Ice-creams, pizzas, take-away dishes and breakfast are also available at the site's bar-restaurant: open from the end of April to the end of September (weekends only at the start of the season); different terraces suited to different times of the day, discovery of local products - all to the sound of the waterfall: you're sure to have a great time.
At the edge of the Drôme, enjoy a relaxing and refreshing afternoon or a little later in the day, take in the sunset (open only on certain days from mid-July to mid-August)
Anthony and Virginie's grocery store: fresh and local products. In addition to everyday groceries, beach and camping accessories, the store also sells bread and newspapers, offers a postal service and stocks gas (village grocery store located by the entrance to the campsite and open all year round).
In the village, a bakery-cake shop along with two restaurants add to the services offered on site. Supermarkets are located 5 kilometres from the campsite.
Between the Vercors and Provence, discover a rich and varied region with myriad facets
The Drôme is an ideal setting for outdoor sports activities