Labeiller, a 4 star campsite at the gateway to the Cévennes region
Welcome to the Labeiller campsite in Saint Victor de Malcap at the gateway to the Cévennes and the Ardèche regions. Lulled by the singing cicadas and the Mediterranean climate, this member establishment in the Vagues Océanes group and its team await you for an exceptional stay in an idyllic setting in the heart of the Cèze valley.
Modern facilities and cosy accommodation for all the family
On the heights of Nîmes, in the Gard department, the Labeiller campsite is a leading holiday resort for anyone wishing to treat themselves to a stay in the heart of the Cèze valley. There is a vast selection of holiday rentals with all mod cons here, taking the form of chalets and cottages able to accommodate 2 to 10 persons. The most high-end, in the “Top Presta” ranges, specifically have a television, air conditioning and dishwasher.
On this establishment with a warm and peaceful atmosphere, a vast water park guarantees young and old alike a great time. It consists of two heated outdoor pools, a water play paddling pool, Space Bowl and Double Slide water slides, Jacuzzis and artificial river. Around the swimming pools, sun loungers for sunbathing or a lovely siesta await lovers of idleness.
In the high season, children have the opportunity to get to know the activity team on this Gard department campsite and make a multitude of new friends by joining the Labeiller mini club, this being set aside for those aged 4 to 12. Play activities, varied and adapted for all ages, take place here four days a week. Furthermore, for even more fun, this establishment has a large outdoor play area, inflatable facilities, multi-sports ground and pétanque court. Lastly, it offers special nights two evenings a week during the summer months.
A campsite in the middle of nowhere in the Gard department
As regards services, this Saint Victor de Malcap campsite has a snack - bar, restaurant, laundry and Wi-Fi coverage available for free both at reception and in the bar. Less than 5 kilometres from here, there is a supermarket with local shops. Again just a stone’s throw from this establishment, you should know you can do horse-riding, go hiking or cycling, embark on a treetop adventure course, go canoeing or even try your hand at canyoning.
The village of Saint Victor de Malcap has a remarkable natural heritage, and is the perfect starting point to discover the must-see attractions in the region. Starting with the legendary Ardèche gorges, whose the famous Pont d'Arc in Vallon Pont d’Arc, is 27 kilometres from the Labeiller campsite. In the same town is the Caverne du Pont d'Arc, a replica of one of France’s most famous prehistoric caves!
Equally, make the most of your stay to admire the Pont du Gard, a Roman aqueduct on three levels, a genuine masterpiece of ancient ingenuity. Go round the town of Uzès, designated a Ville d’Art et d’Histoire (reflecting its heritage, architecture and living environment), and take time for lovely walks in its picturesque medieval streets. Gourmets can also visit a museum here, including exhibitions entirely devoted to the famous Haribo brand.
The Cèze valley, an idyllic holiday playground
Go off to explore the Cèze valley, take time to stop in Nîmes and admire its famous and impressive arena. A gem of Roman civilization, this is the best preserved amphitheatre in the Roman empire! A visit here, enables you to discover its bull ring, tiers, internal galleries and amazing arches.
Go along the roads and pedestrian trails in the Gard department, in search of the loveliest wild swimming sites in the Gardon, Cèze and Dourbie rivers. Try your hand at climbing or paragliding on the Mont Bouquet mountain pass, culminating at 629 metres in altitude. Abounding in so many natural, cultural, historical and archaeological sites equally as lovely, the Gard department never ceases to amaze you.
Around 10 kilometres from this campsite, the Grotte de la Cocalière cave in the Cévennes mountains is located, one of the loveliest cavities in France. The guided tour lasts around one hour, during which you can marvel at stalagmites, stalactites and thin draperies (formed on overhung surfaces by calcite-rich solutions)...before returning to the starting point by tourist train! An unforgettable activity to do as a family!