By its past of Capital of Christendom, Avignon, exceptional heritage of which a large part is registered with Unesco is a city charged with history and festivals.
Discover the History of Avignon at the Palais des Papes, the largest gothic fortress in the world.
Among the places to visit in Avignon at only 1 hour from the campsite, a detour to the very beautiful Place de l’Horloge then to the Pedestrian Area is a must.
Avignon and its famous ‘Pont d’avignon” named the Saint Bénézet bridge is also a city frequented for its many festivals and is an inevitable shopping place where many shops will allow you to remake your wardrobe or buy small souvenirs.
“Intra Muros” is how life inside the ramparts is defined. These walls, designed to protect the inhabitants from the flooding of the Rhone, are also intended to repel attackers…
Classified as a Unesco Heritage Site, the ramparts that encircled the old town offer a journey out of time only a few kilometres from the camping Provence.
In addition, Avignon is also a city to be crunched! Wine and gastronomy go hand in hand and many chefs cultivate the art of eating well for the pleasure of your taste buds!
You can discover Avignon and its region, from the campsite, according to your desires: along the water, to conquer the perched villages, on the wine route or by letting yourself be guided by the lavender path…
The unmissable event of the year for the city of Avignon takes place in July: Festival d’Avignon where the city becomes a stage.
Around Avignon, culture radiates all over Provence thanks to the festivals of international renown, Arles, la Roque d’Anthéron.
All the arts are represented, photography, music, dance, theatre, you will be filled, dazzled by the diversity and the quality of the artists who animate the festivals.