In the Ardèche department, a luxury campsite by the Eyrieux
Between Privas and Valence, the 4-star campsite Les Plantas tempts holidaymakers to come and take advantage of its incredible grounds located by the river, in the heart of the Gorges de L’Eyrieux (Eyrieux gorges) A member of the Capfun chain, this campsite is an ideal holiday spot anyone wishing to spend their holidays in the Ardèche!
A idyllic location in the Gorges de l’Eyrieux
The camping Les Plantas campsite is established on the site of a former Ardèche building, the exposed stonework of which dates back to the 17th century. The campsite dominates the Eyrieux River the waters of which flow peacefully below and located in the commune Les Ollières-sur-Eyrieux, the shops and services of which are three kilometres upstream of the watercourse.
An open-air hotel with a human dimension, the Les Plantas campsite has a wooded and green park in 27 hectares laid out as terraces. In peace and in the middle of nowhere, holidaymakers can find various types of holiday rental, such as mobile homes and chalets. For glamping lovers, delightful caravans are also available for hire.
On-site, holidaymakers can take advantage of a wide range of services. For something to eat, they can, for example go to the restaurant on this 4-star Ardèche campsite's restaurant. The latter also has a snack bar and a takeaway service. There is also an on-site grocery which enables most needs to be met. There are shops for essential items in the village and the main supermarket is seven kilometres from Les Plantes. Lastly, amongst other campsite services there is a launderette, a games room as well as a TV room.
An aquatic park with incredible facilities!
Although holidaymakers staying in this 4-star Ardèche campsite may take advantage of the peace and the countryside to rest and unwind, this does not mean, for all that that you will get bored at the at Les Plantas campsite! On the contrary, this campsite has a numerous leisure facilities and its activity teams organise a multitude of recreational, sports and/or festive activities and entertainment throughout the season.
Amongst the striking facilities of the Les Plantas campsite, is its incredible aquatic park. The latter is made up of a large indoor heated swimming pool, an outdoor heated pool which is also heated, a Jacuzzi, a main 15m² paddling pool, as well as a second paddling pool equipped with a mini-slide for children and finally three large aquatic slides, one of which is the Crazy Cone! The latter is, without any doubt, the preferred attraction for thrill-seekers! After sliding down several tens of metres within a tubular slide, swimmers are indeed projected at speed within a gigantic funnel.
Another striking facility is the Carabouille Fairy play area! This turns out to be a children's paradise with its giant tower, its water slide, its climbing wall and other facilities. Lastly, amongst the other leisure facilities of the Les Plantas campsite, there is a second children's play area, a bouncy castle, a multi-sports ground, a pétanque ground, a beach volleyball court, table tennis tables and even a cinema!
Discover the Ardèche from L’Eyrieux valley
Highly lively during the high season, the Les Plantas campsite has three mini-clubs to occupy and amuse holidaymakers' children. The Clapou club accommodates those aged 4 to 7 years old, the Politicator club those aged 8 to 12 years and the Nobodys club those aged 13 to 17 years.
For adults, an aquatic wake-up session is organised every morning, convivial entertainment and sports tournaments taking place in the afternoon. In summer, four main party evenings a week allow children and adults to meet up to share convivial times around high quality shows!
Located 35 kilometres from Valence, the Les Plantas campsite enjoys a location which could not be more optimal. Indeed, in the area around the campsite, the region abounds in tourist attractions each more entrancing than the others.
A particular example amongst the latter is the Grottes de Soyons. This group of exceptional caves was discovered at the end of the 19th century. It combines the Grotte de Néron, which enables you to immerse yourself in the life of Neanderthal man, and the Trou du Renard, which allows visitors to access a splendid network of limestone concretions.