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Camping le Val de Durance, Cadenet

From Eurocamp

3* Camping Val de Durance is a small campsite with 232 pitches. The parc opens in late April and closes in late September.

Nearest Airport: Marseille (MRS) - 52km
Recommended Port: Calais - 1043km
Direct Access to Lake: Direct Access

About Camping le Val de Durance

If you’re looking for a relaxed holiday parc to use as a base for enjoying the active side of Provence, try Le Val de Durance. Set in the peaceful surroundings of the Luberon Natural Park, this site has 9 acres of lush woodland and a private lake, complete with a sandy beach.

It’s not just natural delights on offer here: the pool complex has a great twisting waterslide in addition to the swimming pool and paddling pool. This friendly parc has a games room and playground, as well as a small shop and snack bar/ takeaway. Life off parc will really satisfy your appetite for adventure; hike in the Natural Park, follow one of the region’s many cycle routes or explore by horseback.

R. Durance near Cadene - white water raftingDon't forget that Val de Durance is one of many campsites who are now dog friendly, so id you have a family mutt then why not treat him or her to a sunshine break too?

On and off site facilities of Camping Val de Durance

Near a Town - 2 Km, Waterslides, Cycle Hire, Near a Lake, Canoeing - 05 Km, Football, Fishing, Table Tennis, Basketball, Near a River - 1 Km, Horse Riding - 3 Km, Dog Friendly, Volleyball

Lake near Val de Durance Extras with Eurocamp

Linen Hire
Eurocamp Couriers on site
Gas BBQ provided free of charge
Welcome pack
Games

Round and about

Nearest Lake:  Direct Access  
Nearest River: Durance 1km  
Nearest Town:  Cadenet 2km



Fountain in CadenetAbout Cadenet

Cadenet is a town in the Vaucluse department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France. You may be interested in the Troglodyte dwellings (caves) and the basketwork museum.

The cultivation of willows in the region until 1978 helped boost the wickerwork industry. Some crafts people still live in Cadenet and they will be delighted to show you their work.

Cadenet has an attractive man-made lake which is open to the public from July to September and the  tourist office organises guided visits of the village during summer.


Last update: 24.01.2018