Starry Bubble

Europe France Languedoc-Roussillon Gard Domaine de Pradines

  • Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 0 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Pet Friendly

  • Bed Linen Not Included
A quirky tent with a clear pvc dome over the bedroom on the 1st floor. Living area on ground floor.

The Owner Says

These Yurts are a beautiful escape from the busy outside world, situated in their own natural setting to ensure a tranquil and relaxing stay. A dedicated BBQ area is for the sole use of the Yurt guests, and the pool is a short stroll away.
Accommodation includes 1 double bed, 1 single day bed and 1 fold out bed, set around a gorgeous wood burning stove. A small yet fully functional kitchen area comes complete with all utensils, and electricity is provided. Outdoors, there is an al fresco dining area for each yurt. The Yurt campment also has its own sanitary block close by, but don't forget your head torch, as the only outdoor lighting in this National Park area is the starry sky above!
The campsite has so much to offer, including an outdoor swimming pool with paddling pool, tennis courts available to rent, ping pong, badminton, volleyball, and an outdoor play park for the children. The site is a large, wild and natural playground for young and old!  There are also lots lots of activities to do in the area from canoeing to river bathing and exploring, hiking, horse riding to paragliding, plus some lovely food markets in various nearby villages and wonderful, dramatic scenery.  A feast for the eyes!
In July & August, a vaulted dining room in an ancient Templar building is the on-site restaurant , serving locally sourced food - a beautiful space to wine and dine.  There is also a small shop selling essentials and fresh bread on order. The campsite setting is beautiful, surrounded by woodland with wild orchids and rare bird species, plus stunning views of the incredible Cevennes National Park. It's an ideal base for any outdoors enthusiasts - with a few luxuries along the way!
Please be aware that there will be a taxe de séjour to be paid in French campsites. This Holiday Accommodation Tourist Tax for your holiday must to be paid in the campsite with a minimum and maximum range set between from €0.20 to €1.50 person/night.

About Domaine de Pradines

Suitable For

Tents, caravans, campervans, cars – yes. Groups by arrangement. We also have other types of accommodation like wooden lodges, gîtes.


An embarrassment of riches awaits. There’s the Grotte de Dargilan caves (00 33 4 66 45 60 20) or the famous Roquefort cheese caves (00 33 5 65 58 56 00); the Mont Aigoual which rises to 1500m alt. and all its outdoor activiies in the Pôle 4-Saisons; the Templar villages across the Larzac plateau; the Micropolis Insectarium will appeal to creepy-crawly lovers of all ages (00 33 5 65 58 50 50). Fremyc (00 33 6 58 13 48 48), in Meyrueis, organises rafting, canoeing, walks, bike rides, speleology tours, via ferrata, and more. Airzone Parapente (00 33 6 60 84 76 23) can organise tandem rides over Millau and the Grands Causses. Randals Bison (00 33 4 67 82 73 74) offer cowboy-style riding on their bison farm. Great walks and wild river swimming are easy to find and there are a variety of activities such as canoeing down the Tarn river, hiking, horse riding and visiting Templar strongholds all locally accessible.

Food & Drink

Pradine’s auberge serves food in July and August (check opening-closing dates) in an ancient building with an impressive stone vault. It has a pleasant grassed terrace and there is also a small shop on site which serves fresh bread daily, basics and local produce. The village of Lanuéjols has 2 restaurant-bars called Hôtel Bel Air (00 33 4 67 82 72 78) & La Bonne Adresse, which is informal and family-run. Meyrueis is a bustling village in the summer with a weekly market, shops and wide range of cafés, restaurants and bars such as Hôtel Family (00 33 4 66 45 60 02), Hôtel du Mont Aigoual (00 33 4 66 45 65 61), which has good food and a down-to-earth atmosphere, and Le Jardin des Glaces (00 33 4 66 45 43 75), which serves up local specialities. For local restaurants, try Ferme Auberge de la Tindelle (00 33 5 65 59 18 39) and Auberge de Cadenas in the neighbouring village of Veyreau. Farms in the region rear unique brebis sheep that produce rich milk used to make Roquefort in you've guessed it Roquefort not far from Millau. Try Au Marché Paysan – Magasin de Producteurs Fermiers in Millau (00 33 5 65 61 39 35) as well as Terres d'Aigoual in the Parc des Cévennes also a cooperative of small local producers.

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Rated ★★★★★ over 29 reviews


Fantastic campsite

I'm hesitant to write this review as I don't want anyone else finding out about this campsite! Totally beautiful area. Isolated campsite with large pitches. Wish we had stayed for longer. Lots of local wild swimming spots. Wish we were still there.
Aug 28, 2019 by Helen

Fantastic campsite - beautiful and wild

We enjoyed everything about this campsite. The huge pitches and feeling of space are fantastic and give a feeling of wild camping but the facilities are great and useful when you want to use them. We enjoyed the restaurant, the takeaways, the communal barbecue area and the shop. George and Virginie were really helpful with suggestions and even booking activities for us. There is lots to do in the area and the scenery is stunning. We enjoyed canoeing, climbing, canyoning, the House of Vultures, the Grotte de Dargilan and swimming in many beautiful rivers. We stayed for two weeks but could easily have stayed two more and will definitely be coming back.
Aug 28, 2019 by Stephanie

The best campsite in France

This is the best campsite I have ever been to. It offers everything you could want, ping pong, tennis, restaurant, takeaway meals, pool... The pitches are absoltely massive and I really do mean massive, we could not see our neighbors. The owners are extremely helpful and accommodating. For those who do not like camping, they also have number of other accommodations inculding chalets, yurts, and mant other original builds. I highly recommend that you visit this place because it is truly fantastic, I will be back without a doubt !
Jul 22, 2019 by Maximilien

This is a great campsite

This is a great campsite; it is quiet, peaceful, remote, rugged and beautiful, set in the upland Causse (plateau) of the Cevenne. 
Aug 23, 2018 by martin f

Huge site but only 20 tents- a wildlife haven yet on-site restaurant +shop and France’s Darkest night skies

Having been camping in Ireland Britain and France for thirty years our stay here for a week in August proved that the right campsite beats the best hotels hands down. The site is truly like wild camping with pitches in the savannah clearing, the woods or in small isolated fields. The natural grasses mean that butterflies and crickets fill the air while there are views of distant hills and the most amazing night skies where meteorites are guaranteed on clear nights. The sites’ wonderful hosts have a loan-library of information on local activities while summer weekly wine tasting and a lovely restaurant and shop which sells all basics- including local wines by the bottle - ensure guests need not leave the site. We swam in the pool at midday with no other bathers for company and spent hours just relaxing at camp enjoying the wildness, tranquility and silence. The site is off a quiet D Road and the nearest village has a boulangerie - a half hour drive takes in towns with bigger supermarkets.Good canoeing on the Tarn and Dourbie rivers are within a 40 min drive. The site is relatively isolated but therein lies its appeal- go now to experience it’s beauty.
Aug 20, 2018 by John and Suzie
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Domaine de Pradines is located at Domaine de Pradines, Route de Millau, D28, 30750 Lanuéjols, Gard, France

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Getting There

Pradines is 35 kms east of Millau, and 11⁄2 hours north of Montpellier, 2 hours west of Nîmes, 3 hours’ drive south of Clermont-Ferrand.