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Stay in the Vaucluse near the Durance river
Discover the surroundings of your campsite Etang de La Bonde in Provence
Welcome to Provence, to your Etang de La Bonde campsite in the Vaucluse. On the map below, you can discover a suggestion of activities to practice in the Vaucluse. Historical sites, parks, family leisure activities, gastronomic discoveries, local crafts… You will find a lot of things during you holiday in Provence. See you soon at the Etang de la Bonde campsite!
Stay in a privileged location in the Vaucluse in the heart of Provence
The Luberon is located in the heart of Provence, in the south-east, between the departments of Vaucluse and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. It takes its name from the 3 mountain ranges present on its territory, the Eastern Luberon, the Grand Luberon and the Petit Luberon. This region is an ideal destination for holidays and to discover at least once in your life. You can admire unspoilt natural sites and villages. Whether you’re a nature lover, culture buff, sports enthusiast or food lover, you’ll quickly fall under the spell of the Vaucluse.
Situated in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region of south-east France, this département offers a wide range of activities for a great holiday.
Tourism in the Vaucluse means you’ll never be bored!
You can, for example, take a walk through the magnificent landscapes of Provence, under the southern sun and to the sound of the cicadas, or explore the picturesque villages with their typical Provençal atmosphere. Discover the Durance valley and its villages, some of which are listed among the most beautiful in France (Fourcès, Montréal, Larressingle…). Castles, museums, fortified towns and visits to local farmers and producers round off the programme for your stay at camping Vaucluse.
Enjoy tourism in the Vaucluse
All aboard for the Vaucluse! Get ready to experience unforgettable moments during natural, cultural, sporting, aquatic or even sensational activities. Let yourself be charmed by the Lubéron, the banks of the Durance, extraordinary tourist sites and superb villages and monuments.
The banks of the Durance
During your camping holiday in the Vaucluse, be sure to visit the banks of the Durance river. Vous pourrez profiter de l’écrin de verdure de la vallée et pratiquer de nombreuses activités sur terre ou sur les eaux calmes de la rivière. The natural resources of the Durance are such that it has been classified as a Natura 2000 area. You might even spot migratory birds or small mammals such as beavers, coypu or otters.
The Durance is a fantastic playground for nature lovers and water sports enthusiasts. Hiking, cycling, climbing and via ferrata on the banks of the Durance, or canyoning and rafting in the river, are all great family activities. You can also share convivial moments at the nearby Etang de la Bonde. Set in a natural environment, the pond offers a lush green setting for relaxation and bathing pleasures, making Durance tourism ideal.
The Luberon and its assets
This low mountain range is full of surprises and offers sumptuous panoramic views. Its forests and waterholes are natural places to stroll and relax. You’ll also be amazed by the ochre of Roussillon, a superb geological curiosity that is a must-see. You’ll be following signposted trails, the colours are breathtaking and the beauty of the surroundings is exceptional.
Other not-to-be-missed sites in this region include the Lubéron nature park, with its remarkable biodiversity, and the Colorado Provençal, a surprising, sublime and unique place to discover when you go Provence tourism.
Monuments et lieux à visiter
As we saw earlier, Vaucluse tourism offers a wide range of outdoor activities, from leisurely pursuits to more sporting pursuits.
But the Vaucluse is much more than that. Discover the Vaucluse in a different way, through its châteaux, historic monuments and abbeys.
There is a long list of historic monuments to visit in the area, including the Notre-Dame de Sénanque abbey, an architectural marvel, and the château des évêques de Cavaillon, with its splendid panoramic views. Thouzon Castle is also well worth a visit. This former monastery offers a beautiful walk accessible to all, with a 360° view of the surrounding area.
Tourism near the Durance River is a great way to spend time with family and friends in the Vaucluse.
Why camping in the Vaucluse at Etang de la Bonde?
Are you looking for a campsite for your holiday in the Vaucluse? Look no further than the Etang de la Bonde campsite! Nestling in the heart of this magnificent département, this campsite offers a unique experience in harmony with nature.
Situated close to the Etang de la Bonde, with direct access to it, this campsite invites you to enjoy breathtaking scenery and peace and quiet. Whether you want to pitch your tent, caravan or motorhome on one of the spacious pitches, or prefer to stay in one of the comfortable mobile homes, this campsite has the ideal accommodation to meet all your needs.
At the Etang de la Bonde campsite, you’ll have access to a host of activities and amenities to make your stay memorable. Relax on the beach by the pond, or enjoy a peaceful fishing trip. Water sports enthusiasts can enjoy sailing, canoeing, pedalos and paddleboats. Nature lovers can take to the surrounding trails to discover the local flora and fauna.
This Vaucluse campsite is also the ideal base for exploring the wonders of the region. Discover the picturesque villages of the Lubéron, such as Gordes, Lourmarin and Bonnieux. Visit the famous vineyards of Châteauneuf-du-Pape or stroll through the lively streets of Avignon. The cultural and natural heritage of the Vaucluse is within your reach when you stay at Etang de la Bonde.
So look no further for your camping holiday destination in the Vaucluse. Choose Etang de la Bonde and let yourself be seduced by the beauty of the region. Book your stay now and get ready for some unforgettable moments in the heart of the Vaucluse.