Around the campsite, many villages characteristic of Provence, you will discover the traditions and skills of our region.
From the fountain of Saint-Bonnet-du-Gard, take the GR 6 will lead you to the Pont du Gard. You can follow the remains of the aqueduct to Vers-Pont-du-Gard, known for its limestone, building material defying ages.
Gorges du Gardon (Office de tourisme du Pont du Gard/Syndicat mixte des Gorges du Gardon)
Always starting from the Pont du Gard, take the GR 63 and visit the medieval village of Castillon du Gard, perched on a hill in calcareous sandstone. The village has several architectural aspects: cobbled streets and gargoyles, the house walls ...
Another village not to be missed: Rochefort du Gard. Indeed, high on the rock stands the Castelas, a Romanesque chapel of the twelfth century.