The Happy Valley
Orgon - Campsite
This camping site is set at the foot of the Alpilles mountains and at the gateway to Luberon. An exceptional location in La Vallée Heureuse for an unforgettable stay. The camping site lies in a green setting surrounded by splendid cliffs internationally famous for climbing. At the foot of the cliffs lies the lake of La Vallée Heureuse where you will enjoy the pleasure of bathing. The domain covers 8 hectares flanking the cliffs. It is entirely fenced and secure.
Access is controlled by automatic gates. Night watchman ensures your safety.
A wide passageway facilitates access for caravans and motor homes. Roads are wide and paved.
Numerous services available in the domain: internet terminal, WIFI zone, table tennis, petanque set for adults, children's games, mini-golf, swimming pool.
For climbing enthusiasts, the internationally famous cliffs surround the camping site.
A magnificent natural lake awaits you for swimming and fishing, in addition to the camping site's swimming pool.
- Accessible for disabled
- Private parking
- Internet access
- Open air swimming pool
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
- 04 84 80 01 71
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