We offer several kinds of accommodation on this campsite which are managed by the campsite or by a tour operator
Domaine de Labeiller
Make way for fantastic adventures during your stay here at the 4-star Domaine de Labeiller campsite in Saint-Victor-de-Malcap!
Its welcoming and peaceful setting near the river is perfect for a spot of fishing or simply relaxing in the sun. Visit some of the nearby traditional towns such as Banne (18 km/11 miles away) and of course, the historical city of Nîmes.
At the Domaine de Labeiller, enjoy fun-filled days! Make the most of the water park with a giant water slide, a lazy river, and of course, the essential paddling pool for your little ones. Get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and relax in the heart of a festive atmosphere. Work on your holiday tan on pool-side, play games, enjoy music and dancing in the evenings, go canoeing and make new friends! On-site, enjoy some modern comforts such as Wi-Fi access, landrey room, grocery store, and many other quality amenities!
Don't forget that, fun and laughter are the order of the day here at the Domaine de Labellier. For your comfort, you'll have shaded pitches and charming accommodation. Don't hesitate to visit the surrounding area and the towns of Nîmes and Uzès.
CAR: Nearest town : Saint Victor de Malcap (1.3 km).
PLANE: Nîmes Airport (76 km).
The Gard offers a thousand sightseeing opportunities. At the foot of The Cévennes mountain range, take the steam train, stop at Prafrance and discover a great forest of giant bamboo. Enjoy the fresh mountain air; perfect for long hikes. Along the trails, smell the rosemary, lavender and wild thyme, while listening to the cicada song. As for the architecture: little bridges, chapels and terraces reflect the soul of the country and makes the Voie Régordane a true journey through the history of religious tolerance. A little further along, dont miss the world-famous Pont du Gard. 400 metres from this monument, a site pays tribute to the ingenuity of those who built this 50 km (31 mi) long aqueduct which spans the The Gardon River. Dont miss the other sites, such as the Gouffre des Espélugues, a cavity that has formed a kind of funnel-shaped stairway thanks to water runoff, where a rich vegetation flourishes. Then theres Mont Bouquet, the summit of which reaches 631 metres (2070 ft) and is called le guidon du Bouquet, from which you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views. Lets not forget the underground Bramabiau River, les Fosses de Fournès (a lunar landscape made by a huge amount of clay sediment being shaped by erosion), the Junas quarries and the Grottes de Trabuc. Journey further down the department and discover Nîmes and its arenas, where the clamour of cheering Romans still echoes. Stop and try a brandade de morue - a local speciality. Near the Mediterranean Sea, discover The Camargue and its idyllic scenery. In the neighbouring departments, dont miss the Avignon Festival in July, or the panoramic views from the top of the Millau Viaduct, at any time of year.
Saint Ambroix - 4 km The Cocalière caves - 11 km Thermes des Fumades - 12 km Le Grand Bois - 14 km The Salamandre cave - 18 km
Festivals and events
Festival FiestAigues-Mortes (Aigues-Mortes) - beginning of August Port de Plaisance Festival (Le Grau-du-Roi) - end of August Le Grau-du-Roi Local Festival (Le Grau du Roi) - mid-September Festival Européen des Arts Céramiques (European Festival of Ceramic Arts, Saint-Quentin-la-Poterie) - mid-July