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Campsite Le Val de Cesse *** - Mirepeisset

le Val de Cesse ***

Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset

Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset

Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset

Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset

Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset
Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset

Located on the banks of a river, you will find the friendly campsite site Le Val de Cesse. Surrounded by the unspoiled nature of the Languedoc interior, you can enjoy a peaceful, relaxing holiday. At this campsite you will find entertainment for the whole family. The enthusiastic entertainment team provides a fun activity program for young and old. and and orchards of the Minervois .. and there?
Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset
Le Val de Cesse has a swimming pool with a heated children's pool for the little ones. In addition, the campsite also offers a nice play lake in a widening of the river Cesse, with a beach that slopes gently, ideal for small children. You can also enjoy fishing here. Still fancy a day at the beach? You will find a beach at 25 km.

At campsite Le Val de Cesse you can relax optimally by using the wellness area while your children are entertained by the animation team. These organize various activities such as sports competitions, boules tournaments, games in the pool, evening entertainment and the children's club. For the children there is also a nice playground and a games hall.
There is a horse riding center 2 km away and a canoe and pedal boat rental is 15 km away. For the inner being you can go to the snack bar of the campsite. Here you can enjoy both a good meal and a delicious drink from early morning until late at night. You can also get takeout here. The campsite also has a simple supermarket with basic products.
Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset
Campsite Le Val de Cesse is located 5 km from the Canal du Midi, the oldest canal in Europe, where you can make beautiful walks or cycling trips. There is also the possibility to rent a boat on the canal. About 50 km from Le Val de Cesse, you will find the fortified town of Carcasonne, where you will discover the winding alleys and impressive city walls situated on a hill. The campsite is located in the middle of the vineyards of Minervois, so a wine tasting is an essential part of your holiday...


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Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset

Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset

Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset

Campsite le Val de Cesse - Mirepeisset
Opening Campsite:

- 10 April to 12 September

 Capacity Campsite:

- 113 spaces    Wheelchair friendly

Capacity Restaurant:
Le Pays Cathare Syndicat du Cru Minervois Qualité Tourisme Occitanie La Région Occitanie/Pyrénées-Méditerranée Grands Sites Occitanie
Le Canal du Midi L'Officiel du Canal du Midi Qualité Hérault Aude Tourisme La Région Languedoc-Roussillon - Sud de France
Eurocampings ANWB Camping Qualité ANCV Les Campings de l'Aude
Mairie de Mirepeisset Mairie de Bize-Minervois Mairie de Ginestas Mairie d’Argeliers Mairie de Saint Nazaire d'Aude Mairie de Sallèles-d'Aude

Equipments and Services:
  * Swimming-pool
* Children's club
* Childrens' games
* Paddling pool
* Petanque pitch
* Games room
* Chalet hire
* Activities
* TV lounge
* Pets allowed
* Washing machine
* Padding Pool
* Ice-creams
* Mobile home hire
* Shady space
* Electric connections
* Site closed at night
* Hot showers
* Night watch
* Disabled reception
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le Val de Cesse ***
Lieu-dit la Garenne
Phone +33

Phone +33

Email -

Website -

2/4 pers. Mobilhome p/week:
175.00 € tot 840.00 €
6 pers. Mobilhome p/week: 217.00 € tot 1071.00 €

Restaurant -

Dogs allowedBike friendlyParkingBarSwimmingpoolWifi Internet Access

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