And only 100 km (80 miles) from the Mediterranean, it’s nice most of the time, even in winter. Lots of described walking tours, starting from the camp site or from further on, go biking (attention: it’s steep here !) or take the kids for a walk with a donkey a 20 minutes ride away.
The brook is down at the bottom of our domain and other (non naturist) rivers are also at 20 minutes as is the castle St Pierre at St Germain de Calberte or the horse riding centre at the Col de Jalcreste.
For canoeing, spéléo (real cave adventure) , or the via ferrata. You can go to Florac or the Gorges du Tarn and the Causses (chalk stone plateau) at an hour’s ride. It’s only 30 km, so the road is not long, but winding!
At the same distance but to the north, you’ll find the Mont Lozère, the granite part of the National Park
For Nimes, Anduze, Uzes, and Vézenobres, reckon on 1,5 hour, for Avignon, Arles or Montpellier between 2 and 2,5 hours.
Some suggestions to do or to visit:
Some of the many other possibilities:
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