Welcome to Chaulet Village Campsite
Located in Ardèche, one of the most beautiful regions in France, Chaulet Village campsite is situated in the municipality of Berrias-et-Casteljau. It is the perfect place to spend a successful and enjoyable holiday. Whether you prefer relaxing by the river or you are looking for a more sporting activity-filled holiday, you will be spoiled with everything we have just for you!
We have a multitude of sports activities such as climbing, canyoning and horse riding – all of which you can do within proximity of the campsite.
Discover this incredible location by walking the many trails that have been adapted for hiking.
Those who are interested in their history and culture are not forgotten. Discover a range of Renaissance castles and charming Medieval villages that abound in the Auvergne – Rhône – Alpes region.
This location is renowned for its gentle nature with multiple rivers, lakes and forests – that’s not forgetting the many caves that you can safely visit during your holiday.
Chaulet village is also a paradise for climbers. If the words cliff, climbing or even bouldering make you shudder, you are in the right place.
All the comfort needed for a successful and enjoyable holiday
The 37 pitches on the campsite - which are all shaded - as well as our mobile homes and chalets offer you a good for value family holiday surrounded by an exceptional green setting in the southern region of Ardèche.
The friendliness and responsiveness of Vanessa and Nicolas, our two owners, contribute to the success of your stay at our quality family campsite.
You can also go on superb hikes across the forest – situated as close as 200 meters or so to the banks of the Chassezac river, near your campsite.
If you want to get involved in more extreme sports, the Chaulet climbing site is one of the most reputed sites for climbing - just a two minutes’ walk away.
Around the campsite
If you want to stay close to the camping area, you can enjoy other activities such as fishing, a game of pétanque or even volleyball. Hiking or cycling tours such as the "Capitelles Trail" are also available, departing from the campsite. The horse-riding club is two kilometres away - take advantage of the location to experience a horse-riding tour.
The campsite is perfectly equipped with everything you need, and you are able to get a bite to eat on site. In fact, you can savour the different dishes we offer such as local specialties that are prepared mainly with local products, as well as our delicious pizzas that will make the kids just as happy as the adults. Lively evenings and the campsite bar are pleasant alternatives to end your day in style.
Chaulet Village Campsite provides you with direct access to the beach – offering you a very friendly holiday.
The campsite is designed to be accessible to people with reduced mobility, but be careful, access to the river is difficult to practice because the path is stony.
Ardèche is a region whose historical and cultural heritage is so rich that a single stay is not enough to fully appreciate it. Discover the numerous castles that are scattered across the region!
The imposing Château de Portes protected pilgrims on their way to Compostela. There is equally the castle of Vogüè - a medieval fort that was refurbished during the Renaissance. The village that joins to it has been listed among one of the most beautiful in France.
There are numerous splendid villages to go and visit: the Roque-sur-Cèze - a traditional Provençal village; Balazuc – a village that is of typical Ardèche style; the Garde-Guérin – a village that dates back to the Middle Ages as well as Aiguèze – a village that seems to be suspended over the edge of the Ardèche river ...
Le Hameau des Buis - a village full of natural surroundings - is a more than pleasant alternative for families looking to do things with children. Les Vans and its traditional market are both a must-see for visitors. The small town of Largentière is home to its very own castle that organises events that re-enact the history of the Middle Ages ...
Discovering a more natural side to Ardèche: we spoil you with a selection of activities to get involved in. The Regional Nature Park of the Ardèche Mounts is a nature reserve that allows you to discover historic houses, museums and a remarkable biodiversity - all the while strolling through the rich chestnut forests that surround.
The Païolive wood, which belongs to the rich, natural heritage of the region, is a world-famous site that Ardèche is truly lucky to have – just situated 5 minutes from the campsite. This is certainly something not to be missed! The Prafrance bamboo garden is an exotic garden situated in the heart of the Cévennes - visit a site that is unique of its kind in Europe.
The numerous caves that are situated in the southern region of Ardèche will be the highlight of the day for our lovers of stalactites and stalagmites: the Aven d'Orgnac, as well as the Grottes de la Cocalière, and de Chauvet - one of the most beautiful in the world in proximity to Vallon Pont d'Arc, de Trabuc, de la Madeleine, and Saint-Marcel - will all take you to their own magical universes as you go on to discover every single one of them.
Go as far as Mount Lozère - the highest point of the Cévennes - to uncover a panoramic view of the region!
Sporting activities in Ardèche
In this exceptional region, you can practice all kinds of sports.
The numerous gorges that we have such as the Borne and the Ardèche Gorges, offer you countless possibilities to go rafting, canyoning or even try potholing.
The Chassezac river that is situated on the banks of the campsite, allows you to practice the most diverse water sports : canoeing or kayaking. There is alternatively fishing for those who prefer a more relaxing, less strenuous activity. Horse riding as well as cycling and mountain biking, will give you the opportunity to discover your true comfort zone on holiday, whilst being able to do your favourite sport.
Looking for an adrenaline-pumping experience ?
Try paragliding and discover a breath-taking landscape from the skies above.