Fancy a holiday in south-east France? Want to discover a region of many facets with a hugely diverse landscape? Book your stay in the French department of Gard and look forward to visiting vast natural sites, remarkable towns and villages and beautiful seaside resorts. Hurry, pick your mobile home rental or camping pitch in Gard and enjoy all the facilities of a starred campsite.
 

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La Buissiere Campsite

A tranquil holiday in a flowery countryside setting
Barjac / Gard / Occitanie / France open the map
Near to : Parc National des Cévennes, Alès, Nîmes
Rivière à 10 km
Classic pool
Marked trails
Multi-sports ground
Base de loisirs à 8 km

Enjoy a holiday in a spectacular natural setting, at a campsite with a human feel, surrounded by the region’s riches such as the nearby Ardèche Gorges.

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Camping Koawa La Buissière
Camping Koawa La Buissière
Camping Koawa La Buissière
Near to : Parc National des Cévennes, Alès, Nîmes
Rivière à 10 km
Classic pool
Marked trails
Multi-sports ground
Base de loisirs à 8 km

Enjoy a holiday in a spectacular natural setting, at a campsite with a human feel, surrounded by the region’s riches such as the nearby Ardèche Gorges.

Best offers from 27/08/2022 to 03/09/2022
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5 people | 7 nights
327€

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Pont du Gard un des vestiges des aqueducs romains
Barjac

What is there to see in Gard?

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Arènes de Nîmes, vestige romain

Here’s a glimpse of all that awaits you for your holiday in Gard. Firstly, you'll have access to the Mediterranean coast and its vast sandy beaches where the calm, transparent water fits perfectly with the region’s summer heat. On this coastline you can also take advantage of the lovely seaside resorts.

Next, you can go sightseeing and admire the many monuments of this department steeped in history and culture. This department was occupied for a long time by the Romans who left their marks on its past and on the landscape, as you'll be able to see from the spectacular Roman monuments!

Lastly, you’ll be able to venture into the unique sites of Gard. Discover the department’s wide variety of vast natural features and remarkable sites, some of which are listed as “great sites of France”. Others are UNESCO World Heritage sites, and all are must-dos.
 

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Arènes de Nîmes, vestige romain

Must-sees and must-dos during your campsite holiday in Gard!

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Plage du Grau du Roy et ses oyats avec la mer Méditerranée en fond

Begin by exploring the narrow little streets of the famous seaside resort of Le Grau-du-Roi. There, you’ll find places to snack or enjoy a full meal, an incalculable number of local boutiques, and a large marina. And of course you’ll be able to round off your visit with a welcome dip in the Mediterranean!

Explore the listed and protected sites of Gard. Here, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Indeed, the department boasts some 500 monuments! But among them, the one you absolutely must visit is the local ancient masterpiece, that world-famous piece of human genius, the Pont du Gard.

From this bridge, admire the magnificent views over the Gardon Gorges and the enormous biodiversity that recently received international recognition as a World Biosphere Reserve, or enjoy a breath of fresh air in the natural environment of the Causses and Cévennes region.
 

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Plage du Grau du Roy et ses oyats avec la mer Méditerranée en fond

Fill your days with activities near your campsite in Gard

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Jardin des Fontaines à Nîmes

The variety of settings available means you’ll have plenty of choice when it comes to activities. You may opt for watersports, such as swimming or kayaking in the sea, canoeing or canyoning in the rivers and waterways, or even water hiking…

Back on dry land, take to the waymarked trails to explore into the heart of the natural areas of Gard. With your family, friends or partner, you may choose to travel by mountain bike, or simply walk along the footpaths!

Lastly, you'll be able to visit museums devoted to the local history, like that of Vieux Nîmes or the Cévenol Museum, or try your hand at local crafts such as pottery, smithy work or painting. Stroll through the beautiful Tomple or Nymphaeas gardens for a fabulous moment of togetherness and sharing.

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Jardin des Fontaines à Nîmes