|Peggy and Nol warmly welcome you to Camping La Corconne.|
Our beautiful campsite lies in the unspoilt wooded landscape of the Cevennes in the South of France.
Come here to enjoy a calm, laidback atmosphere, to cool down and swim in the crystal clear water of the Herault and to relax the minute you arrive.
Camping La Corconne is situated in the Cevennes National Park, the second largest national park in France; the park stretches across three departments, Lozère, Gard and Ardèche, offering many opportunities to be at one with nature and explore all the area has to offer.
|Although a small campsite we have a wide variety of places for small tents, for large family tents, for campervans and caravans - sites with privacy giving you the opportunity to enjoy our natural campsite at your leisure.|
You will be able to choose whether to camp in the sun by the river or in the shade of the woods.
We also have 6 wooden chalets and a small gîte all of which have their own private garden.
We have 2 play areas for children - one especially for under 3's and there are also table tennis tables for all to enjoy.
|In July and August we have a well stocked shop for all your basic needs, including fresh bread and croissants every morning, ice creams and local produce.|
Come and join us in La Tonnelle. Wednesday night is music night with local entertainment. A three course meal is also served with local wines for you to try.
|Sunday and Thursday are Pizza nights where Nol cooks delicious home made pizzas in our wood burning oven. There is food, wine and beer available most nights, either take-away or sitting at tables, enjoying the sunset.|
Spend your holiday soaking up the sun, and taking a cooling dip in the river.
Boasting nearly 300 days of sunshine per year the Languedoc Roussillon has all you could ask for in these beautiful surroundings.
|Close by you will find the historic town of Montpellier bordering the Mediterranean and Nîmes with its famous Arena, steeped in Roman history.|
Take a day out from relaxing at the campsite and visit some of the towns and villages that have remained unchanged over centuries - Valleraugue, Sauve, le Vigan, Anduze are just some you may want to explore.
|For those of you who like a less peaceful holiday then you will find yourself in an undiscovered area of France bursting with activities that will keep all the family occupied.|
You will find many of these sports close by - walking, canoeing, climbing, horse riding bird watching, fishing, to name but a few.
Savour the sights and smells of home grown produce, cheese and wine at one of the many local markets - Ganges, le Vigan, Valleraugue and Saint Martial.
|Nearby attractions to suit all tastes:|
Grotte des Demoiselles (vaulted cave 50m high and 120m wide)
Mont Aigoual (at 1567m altitude with interesting weather station)
Uzès (Haribo Musuem, Pont du Gard)
Cirque de Navacelles, (large cirque landform formed by glacial erosion approx. 3 million years ago)