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  • SmallS
  • 800 m near a beach
  • Indoor pool
Nice child-friendly campsite
Several pools and two waterslides
Kids Club, paddling pool
800 m

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campsite Les Jardins de Tivoli, Languedoc-Roussillon

In the Camargue and along the road to Espiguette beach, the largest beach in Europe, lies this small French four-star campsite Les Jardins de Tivoli. Its location a short distance from the charming town of Le Grau-du-Roi and the wide sandy beach of Espiguette and the good facilities at this campsite make it a top location for a holiday in the south of France.

A nice child-friendly campsite with a large swimming pool complex
The swimming pool looks very attractive in the morning. Fancy a dip and then down the slide. There is a small water playground for the youngest children, where they can play and splash around. And when you come from the beach in the evening, you will probably be hungry for a good meal. That doesn't have to be a problem at this small-scale campsite. The restaurant is cozy and the menu looks very tasty, you will enjoy it. Maybe you choose one evening for the specialty, the Tivoli fondue, which is highly recommended. And with your belly full, go to the bar and get your feet off the floor. And in the summer months the entertainment team provides fun activities. Maybe you will participate in a fun sports tournament with your new friends. For the youngest guests there is a nice playground for hours of fun.

Culture, beach, nature, flamingos and horses
The surroundings of camping Les Jardins de Tivoli are very attractive. Almost everything in the Camargue is about nature. The majority of guests visit the many flamingos or take a beautiful cycling or horse riding trip from the campsite. You can follow various cycling routes from the campsite. The Camargue is a nature reserve in the Rhone delta (southern France), and is known for its wild horses and rugged bulls. The towns of Le Grau-du-Roi and Saintes-Maries-de-la Mer are worth a visit, but the larger towns of Montpellier, Nimes and Arles are also interesting, they offer a wealth of Roman and Medieval cultural remains. Explore the Camargue on horseback, or take a walk or bike ride early in the morning, unless of course you prefer to go boating. The region is known for the so-called 'course camarguaise'. This sport is similar to regular bullfighting, but without the aim of killing the bull. The person in the arena must remove pieces of cloth hanging from the bull's horns.

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