In the Camargue, the marshy habitat of flamingos, black bulls and wild horses, you will find campsite Le Clos du Rhône. Here you camp directly at the Mediterranean Sea and the sandy beach, the place for a fresh dive or a kite surf adventure. If the sea is too cold, you can take a dive in the heated swimming pool. For a special experience, drive to the ornithological park of Pont-de-Gau, the place to spot flamingos. Don't forget your binoculars!
Welcome to the Camargue
White cobblestone houses with orange roofs: you will recognise Le Clos du Rhône campsite by its characteristic building style in the Camargue, the vast marshland area in the south of France. This is where the Rhône finds its exit to the Mediterranean. The campsite is situated directly at the sea, on a quiet spot between the various lakes of the nature reserve.
Swimming pool complex
A large area near the entrance of the campsite has been transformed into a swimming complex. Here you can take a dip in the heated swimming pool, between clusters of deckchairs and wicker parasols. For the little ones, there is a nice paddling pool where they can enjoy a bath. Two large water slides are the domain of the adventurous youth.
Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer and the Mediterranean
Pass through a gate and you are on the sandy beach at the Mediterranean Sea. For a day of sunbathing and swimming, beach and sea are perfect. And when the wind does its work, the kite-surfers come to this stretch of sea. The beach extends as far as the little port of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, where, after a few interruptions and sections with beach huts, it stretches along the kilometre-long coast.