Le Ranc Davaine
Combining a stunning location with excellent facilities Le Ranc Davaine holiday park has something for everyone. The park has a peaceful setting with access to a pretty riverside beach.
The park has a large pool complex with several shallow areas for children as well as fun slides and water chutes. Enjoy relaxing in the jacuzzi, sauna and hammam. Children and teenagers will love the range of clubs and organsied activities on offer where as the whole family can enjoy the sparkling evening entertainment and disco.
For days out there are plenty of outdoor pursuits in this region including climbing, pot holing and canoeing.
With 430 pitches this park offers a good array of accommodation including 2 and 3 bedroom mobile homes. The 2 and 3 bedroom Comfort ranges are available with deck and air conditioning, ideal for families in the summer months. Tents are also available on this site and provide real value for money.
Opening Dates: 08/04/2017 - 16/09/2017
Nearest Airport: Nimes (FNI) - 97km
Recommended Port: Caen - 835km
Direct Access to River: Chassezac - Direct Access
Nearest Town: Ruoms - 8km
• Table Tennis
• Lifecycle bike hire and free tours available
• Into climbing? There are some great routes nearby
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