For swimming, a heated swimming-pool with beautiful views of the Cevennes (shorts and bermuda forbidden, swimsuit compulsory) and a private beach and equipped by the River are at your disposal. a playground is the joy of children. Campsite Beau Rivage offers table tennis, table football and petanque area. It is also the ideal place for fishing.
From 3 years old, go to the park adventure and experience the accrobranche, tyrolienne, slide and other activities in a beautiful natural setting.
Enjoy the exceptional situation of Campsite Beau Rivage and many rivers nearby for kayaking (Gorges de l'Ardèche, Cèze, le Gardon, ...).
Discover the Bambouseraie, exceptional exotic gardens in Générargues.
The campsite is located in Saint Ambroix in the Gard region Languedoc Roussillon nearby the towns of Barjac, Potelières, Lussan, Vallon Pont d'Arc, of the city of Nîmes, the Cèze, the Ardèche, the Gardon rivers of the Park of the Cevennes and Mont Lozère.
Saint-Ambroix is a historic city, the Celts and the Romans have left traces of their passage. Discover the secrets of the beautiful medieval city of St. Ambroix.
To 10mn from the campsite Beau Rivage, the Cocalière cave is located in the town of Courry in Gard, between Ales and Aubenas in Ardèche, at the foot of the Cévennes National Park. It is one of the 3 most beautiful caves in France that can be visited.es.
To 25mn from the campsite Beau Rivage, the Salamandre cave is located in the town of Méjannes le Clap in Gard. It is one of the most beautiful caves in Europe sublimated by scenes of light and sound.
To 30 Minutes from campsite, go to Vallon-Pont-d'Arc and discover the Ardeche Gorges, true canyon of 30 km between the pont of Arc and Saint-Martin-d'Ardèche.
Discover the exceptional and unavoidable site of the Pont of Gard, 1 hour away from the campsite. Bridge-aqueduct Roman on three levels and more than 48 meters in height, located between Uzès and Nîmes, the Pont du Gard is inscribed on the list of world heritage of Unesco since 1985.
To One hour from the campsite, discover the city of Nîmes and its arena. Roman amphitheatre dating from the 1st century, the Nimes's Arene is one of the best preserved of the world Roman and classified as a historical monument since 1840.
To 30mn from Saint Ambroix, by the Sautadet waterfalls located in la Roque-sur-Cèze, form a beautiful series of waterfalls and Rapids on the river Cèze in the Gard Department in the area Languedoc-Roussillon.