Sunshine and nature close to the Pont du Gard. Welcome to our shady forest covering 12 hectares close to the river banks. Once at the campsite, you’re just five minutes’ walk from the Pont du Gard.
Ideally situated halfway between Nîmes and Avignon, the campsite forms a gateway to Provence, the Camargue and the Cévennes, all of them right on the doorstep at less than one hour's drive away. Centrally placed, La Sousta is the ideal starting point for excursion lovers!
Whether you’re looking for peace and quiet, active holidays or sightseeing, we have the answer – and we’re open from March to October.
Need to escape in Provence?
La Sousta is located at the gate of Provence,Camargue and 1 hour from Cévennes.
For your holidays, come and enjoy la Provence from March to October! At the foot of the Pont du Gard, meet the sweetness of life, the song of the cicadas, provencal markets, nap in the shade of the pines... you are there!
In low season, you will be able to choose your camping spot.
An ideal geographic situation for your excursions : Les Baux de Provence, Saint Rémy de Provence, le Grau du Roi, Arles, and more others!
Enjoy the calm, our private beach and the swimming pool!
With more than 250 pitches around 100m², tents, caravans and motorhome are welcome!
Don't hesitate to make suggestions when you make the reservation : shadow or sun, next to the river, big place for a big installation, satellite, close to the sanitary or the pool, far from the reception...We will very happy to find you the best place!
Visit the Provence and the Gard from the campsite.
Discover the Pont du Gard, Uzès, Nîmes, Les Baux de Provence, Avignon, Saint Rémy de Provence, les ocres de Roussillon...
Around the campsite, many characteristic villages of Provence will allow you to discover traditions and know-how of our region.
Discover local flora and fauna taking the the many hiking trails or relax during a family picnic in the garrigue or the surrounding woods.
Departure from la fontaine in Saint-Bonnet-du-Gard, take the GR 6 which will take you to Pont du Gard. You can follow the remains of the aqueduct to Vers-Pont-du-Gard, famous for its limestone rock, a building material that defies the ages.
Always departing from the Pont du Gard, take the GR 63 and visit the medieval village of Castillon-du-Gard, perched on a limestone mound. The village has several architectural aspects: cobbled streets and gargoyles, the house of the ramparts ...