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Authorised motorhome parking day or night - no services
|Vaucluse , Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France, 84220|
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|Ne pas chercher à s'aventurer dans le village, interdit et route très étroite.|
Parking jour (8h à 22h) : 3€
Parking de nuit (22 h à 8 h) : 6€
|Access via south|
298m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Aire which is very convenient for visiting the beau village of Roussillon which is a short uphill walk away. Do not attempt to enter the village, it is clearly signed to this effect. Aire is slightly sloping but not to bad to stop overnight parking. Water and toilet available over the road at the bus parking. Access is via a barrier system with payment on leaving. Be aware that a new payment day starts at 8am so you need to leave by 8am to avoid paying for another day. Quiet overnight.View all reviews by sallyr1964
You must approach the village from the south and then will have no problems accessing or finding this aire. Previous reviewer must have missed the "no entry for campervan" signs all around the village centreView all reviews by trevorf
3 euros for daytime parking then extra 6 euros for overnight. No services so best used as a day park to visit nice town of Roussilon.
Winter January 2017 open and free, good spot near village. Warning very narrow road we only just made it 2.7m wide route via coordinates.View all reviews by valntone
This is a superb stop for visiting the stunning village of Roussillon, which is only .5 mile away and is a good day's visit with the walks and sites to see. You collect a ticket on arrival and then pay €5 on exit. It's a very large car park, which could accommodate 40+ vans, altho still pleasant enough. Can be very dusty in the wind and noisy at 5.30am when the bin men and road sweeper come. I think though we were just unlucky and I would still recommend because of the beauty of the village. Do go visit as the sun sets. Just incredible with its red rock.View all reviews by themotoroamers