Opening Dates this year: 01/04/2021 to 31/10/2021 Opening Dates next year: 01/04/2022 to 31/10/2022
Space and relaxation, on the banks of a the Ardeche…
Situated just 300m from the centre of Saint-Martin d'Ardeche, Le Moulin Indigo Campsite*** has 200 spacious pitches in both the shade and the sun, on a site of over seven hectares on the banks of a river… Tents, caravans and motor homes are all welcome.
The site is ideally located on the edge of the river Ardeche, and you can swim in the river directly from the campsite itself.
The Hikers Tent
If you would like to set up a second tent on your pitch because your children would like a bit more independence during your holidays or you have friends coming to visit, the campsite has 2 person* tents available for hire.La tente Rando Hire prices are €5 per day. * A maximum of 6 people are allowed on your pitch in total
At the Moulin Indigo Campsite, 'camping' means a friendly and sociable holiday. To make your stay all the more enjoyable, a range of services are organised for campers: a camper's corner at reception where you can buy useful and practical camping items if you are short of anything at all, a morning bread service, individually-locked refrigerated storage units (total volume of 30L) for campers without ice boxes wanting to keep produce fresh and cool.
The campsite has three comfortable shower blocks available for your use. The site also has shower blocks with family cubicles and baby changing areas.
Le Moulin Indigo Campsite is located just 300m from the centre of Saint-Martin dArdeche, a small village, ideally located in the far south of the Ardeche. The river of the same name flows through it, marking the border with the Gard region. The village is home to several designated historical monuments, including the house of the surrealist painter Max Ernst, Bosquet chateau, as well as an 11th century church and even the ruins of a dolmen...
Just after the Saint-Martin bridge, you'll find yourself in one of the prettiest villages in France… Aigueze is perched on a cliff with a view over both the Gorges of the Ardeche and the celebrated Cotes du Rhone vineyards. It is a village filled with history and local crafts, including its artisanal pottery workshop and its crystal glassworks.
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