|09/04 to 30/09/2016|
|The quality of Sunêlia is indicated by ladybirds, based on a quality audit of 525 criteria and the analysis of 17000 satisfactory questionnaires|
|Dogs are allowed subject to terms|
Located between Lubéron, Verdon and Mercantour, in the heart of Haute-Provence, Sunêlia L’Hippocampe welcomes you amongst olive trees and lavender beds. This flourishing park of flowers and trees covers 11 hectares and borders a lake whose banks are inhabited by birds and from which there is a stunning view of the surrounding mountains.
Situated at 430m above sea level, near the small Provençal village of Volonne and the towns of Sisteron, Manosque and Digne-Les-Bains, this lively site is ideal for exploring a beautiful, sunny region before relaxing around the heated swimming pools.
This year L’Hippocampe is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and there isn’t a single wrinkle in sight! For its many faithful customers the site remains a reference for activities for all ages. Admire the Durance from the shade of olive and cherry trees, enjoy water activities on the lake, dive into the waters of its beautiful water park, attend amazing shows… this is just a part of what this appealing site has to offer you.
Haute-Provence is the ideal setting in which to spend your holidays, with its lavender-filled countryside and little villages like Volonne. This small, picturesque village on the eastern banks of the Durance clinging to a rocky spur is surrounded by beautiful orchard scenery and protected natural sites such as Lubéron and Mercantour. It is great for active holidays with walks, bike rides, canoeing and pedalo outings leaving from the campsite, as well as rock climbing, gliding, equestrian sports, a treetop adventure course, golfing or canyoning. Alternatively, fill your holidays with strolling from village to village exploring traditional markets or admiring the countryside, which attracts visitors from all over the world.
"A preserved site at the edge of the Durance, surrounded by hills that smell sweetly of lavender and thyme."
Rose-Marie, head receptionist
A diverse and accessible 18-hole course in the exceptional setting of lavender fields and summits of the Haute-Provence.
250 to 700 metres of depth for 6 to 100 metres with at the level of the Verdon river. This is Europe's biggest canyon, paradise of climbers and white-water sports.
One of the main events of the region celebrating lavender and its by-products.
From is 1911 metres high, the "Bald Mount" offers you amazing views on the Provence and the Alps.