Swim in the pool or in the river!
Enjoy the Mediterranean flair of the Lou Serre de la Can Holiday Park in the south of the Lozère Départment in France. The region is characterised by streams and picturesque villages and offers adventurous, active and culturally-inclined holidaymakers the chance to explore the heart of the Cévennes mountain range.You will find total peace and relaxation on holiday at the Lou Serre de la Can Holiday Park which offers stunning views over the lush landscape of the surrounding valleys.Lou Serre de la Can Holiday Park is particularly suited to families who are looking to explore this fascinating region.
The resort itself also has plenty to offer you and your children. The holiday park organises half-day entertainment sessions twice a week during peak season for children between the ages of six and twelve, in which a craft, sport or nature trip is possible.
In addition to the entertainment programme you are welcome to try your hand at a game of table tennis or boules. Once a week there is a ‘theme night’ where you can while away the evening to the sounds of live music and more.
Swim in the pool or in the river
Keen swimmers will get more than their money’s worth here in this lush green setting. After having soaked up the sun you can spring into the communal pool to cool off. The pool is not the only place where you can refresh yourself; your children will love taking a dip in the surrounding brooks and streams. Once they are back at home, they will love telling you all about the dams that they built and the fish that they caught!
Highlights for up-and-coming train drivers and cave explorers
Visit the Bambouseraie de Prafrance and marvel at this unique and exotic botanical garden to the north of Anduze. Other fantastic sights in and around Anduze include the Tour de Pézène, the Château Neuf or the Méridienne which are all worth a visit. A definite highlight for children is a ride on the museum railway Train à Vapeur des Cévennes! Climb aboard the steam train which will take you all the way to Saint Jean du Gard (approximately 40 minutes’ ride). Make sure that you have your camera at the ready when you pass the gorges. Your children will be amazed at the Aven Armand Cave which was once described by a well-known cave explorer as a dream from One Thousand and One Nights. Further ideas for excursions in the area include local museums, the Calberte Castle and the former mine in Ales. Explore French history away from the bustle of tourist hot spots and book your holiday at Lou Serre de la Can Holiday Park right here with Campingselection!
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