Camping La Sorguette lies on the Sorgue River, within walking distance of the town of L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue. The campsite looks green and well maintained and the La Clef Verte label is an indication of their approach towards sustainable tourism. Many activities take place on the river. Tours are also organised. The municipal swimming pool with three pools and a toddler pool lies at a distance of two km from the campsite. In peak season the entertainment team organises fun activities.
Tree hut or yurt
The spacious camping pitches are divided into four fields. They are wooded, easily accessible and all have electricity. The pitches have a reasonable amount of privacy and are surrounded by well-tended vegetation.
Even more fun: treat the children to a novel camping holiday in an exciting tree hut or a Mongolian yurt! These have authentic Mongolian furniture and are provided with hammocks and a barbecue. At night you can watch the starry sky through the 'eye' at the top of the tent.
The river as the source of life
The Sorgue River has always played an important role in this region. From time immemorial, activities such as fishing, agriculture and local festivities have always been inextricably connected to the river. These days you can take a leisurely walk along the quays and there is a pathway from the centre of town to Partage des Eaux.
You can also go on a trip on the river with a canoe or kayak. Canoe trips can be booked at the reception and canoes are for hire at the campsite. The river is reached via a gate at the far end of the terrain.