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Camping La Sousta ****
Remoulins, Gard, Occitanie, France, 30210
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Open from 16 Mar to 1 Oct
28m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Loved this place! Great selection of pitches; unless full there should be something for everyone. Short stroll to the river - patrolled by a security guard to keep others out of the site. Hot large shower. Nice pool and a lively bar in the evening. You can walk to Pont Du Gard from the site and it doesn't cost anything! If you wish to cross the bridge there is a charge. Lots of Canoes passing by in the river which is entertaining to watch. Loved this place - we will return.View all reviews by moomins
This is a nice large campsite within easy reach of Pont du Gard bridge either on foot or cycling. The campsite has some good clean facilities, pool and bistro.View all reviews by carpetbagger
Really enjoyed my few says there and would certainly go & stay again.
Felt like we were in the Garden of Eden. Spacious random sized higgeldy piggledy pitches. Quiet except for bird song. Easy walk to Pont to Gard and Remoulins. Take rubber shoes for paddle in Gare. Fantastic siteView all reviews by stevepeacock
Nice wooded site alongside the river. Just 400m to the Pont du Gard from there (it's the closest campsite to the bridge). The bridge itself is an absolute 'must see'. 2000 years old and still looking good!View all reviews by billoreilly
The campsite loo blocks are clean and of the 'his and hers' type.
The site has a small bistro and take away in summer.
This site is a disaster waiting to happen. It’s extremely difficult to negotiate in a large unit but the main problem is that many of the trees in this wooded campsite are dead and/or have decaying and rotting branches that if they should fall could cause serious injury. In fact neighbouring campers had to be moved because pieces of branches were falling on their unit.View all reviews by roywins