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camping aups. au camping OASIS VERDON aups., camping campsite aups. campsite aups. - One of the features of this 3-star campsite is the hiking track of 300 m, leading to the village of Aups. This traditional village is known for its truffles, colourful markets and the near beaches of the Sainte-Croix lake at 15 minutes. The site boasts comfortable lodges, chalets and fully equipped mobile homes. You can also choose to stay with your tent, caravan or camper van, on one of the camping pitches with shade or sun.
Camping l'Oasis du Verdon edges a nature park and will be your ideal starting point for a great number of hikes, climbing activities, horse rides and water sports like rafting, canyoning, floating, water hiking, white water swimming and trips with a canoe or electrical boat. Experience the adventure of the Verdon and enjoy an unforgettable moment with your family.
Besides the ever shining sun of the Provence, you'll be excited to know what leisure activities can be found at Camping l'Oasis du Verdon. You can choose between a few relaxing activities or entertainment on site. You'll be spoiled with choice: children, teens and adults will be delighted by the various leisure activities.
Pool of l'Oasis du Verdon
Enjoy the sunny climate of the Provence and relax on one of the sunbeds set around the pool.
At the pool you can:
- Borrow inflatable toys
- Play water polo or water volleyball
- Participate in the pool games for adults and children
- Or just tan and laze on the pool deck
Please note! For hygiene reasons, swimming shorts and bermudas are prohibited at the pool. campsite aups. : Big plot of 168 m˛ with enough privacy!
View on the prairies, mountains and the village
The comfortable interior This campsite in nature counts 77 camping pitches for tents, caravans of camper vans. The pitches surface between 80 and 130 m˛, and are equipped with an electric hook-up of 6 to 10 amp. They are level, grassy and delimited by hedges. You'll be surrounded by mulberry trees, willows and maple trees, unless you prefer a sunny spot, to laze under the blue sky of the Var.