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Flower camping le Clot du Jay

For any information

camping@clotdujay.com

Contact the campsite

04 92 68 35 32

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Activities in the heart of the massif des Monges in Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur

On-site Activities

Available throughout the season, why not try out sports court to shoot some hoops, play a game of football, or enjoy a badminton or volleyball match? For those who prefer table tennis, the site has two table tennis tables. Petanque balls are also available to borrow.

For children, there’s a bouncy castle and a playground with a slide, swing, spring horse and trampoline.

For those who like to go for a paddle, there’s a river at the edge of the campsite – a great place to have fun and even build a dam! Or if you prefer to try out one of our small inflatable boats, head for the lake (1,500m²) with its pretty, wooden pontoon.

Entertainment is organised for children and adults from 8 July to 29 August 2018.

 

Children’s club from 10.30 am to 12 pm, Sunday to Friday, with craft and hands-on activities plus outdoor games.

 

Sports and family activities from 4 pm to 6 pm,

Sunday to Friday, including table tennis,

football and volleyball tournaments, contests, water games, and petanque …

 

Mini-disco, Sunday to Friday, from 7 to 7.30 pm: a must for all young campers who love to dance.

 

Evening entertainment: 3 evenings per week from 9 pm to 11 pm, night pool sessions, concerts with a local singer, disco nights.

Nearby activities

Enjoying a central location, Le Clot du Jay campsite in Provence, in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, is ideally situated for discovering many nearby sites: natural waterfalls in Bayons (Forest-Lacour) or Reynier for swimming and canyoning, the Massif des Monges for hiking and mountain biking, the Sasse valley with its local producers and artisans along with its equestrian centre, via ferrata climbing in le Caire, Sisteron with its citadel and its old town, la Durance for canoeing/kayaking, the Gorges de la Méouge and aqueduct for swimming and hiking. Further south, Forcalquier, a pretty, typical Provencal village home to the largest market in Provence on Monday mornings, Mane and Salagon Priory with its delightful gardens, the Gorges de Verdon and the Lac de St. Croix for pedalos, swimming and hiking, the Plateau de Valensole with its lavender fields, Manosque and the Centre Jean Giono along with the Occitan en Provence factory and museum, Lac Serre-Ponçon with its dam and its nautical bases for pedalos, windsurfing and swimming. To the north, heading for the highest-mountain regions: Barcelonette, Saint-Jean-Montclar with its chairlifts for hiking amid the heights with magnificent views and perhaps even a chance to spot a marmot, the Col de la Bonette, the highest pass in Europe with snow in July!

For cyclists, the Tour de France regularly passes through the nearby area, and should you feel like covering a few loops, with a few hill climbs here and there, just follow the signposted routes.

Whether you like old buildings or beautiful scenery, whether you’re a casual or seasoned sportsperson, make the most of your stay to discover our beautiful region that simply has it all.

And if night time is the moment you prefer most, here you’ll have the chance to discover our magnificent night sky and learn about planets, comets and other galaxies or observe them more closely. In 2017, the area hosted the Astro Club de France’s Rencontres Alpes Europe Astronomie venue.

A couple of links to help you plan your stay :

Tourism Development Agency 04 :  https://www.tourisme-alpes-haute-provence.com/

Inter-communal Tourist Office : http://www.sisteron-a-serreponcon.com/