ALL THE NEWS AND PROMOTIONS Of the campsite les Eaux Chaudes at Digne-les-Bains

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    Sanitary pass and access to the campsite


    In accordance with the announcements of the President of the Republic of July 12, 2021 and the clarifications of the Government on the previous announcements, and in order to ensure the safety of all our customers, we will ask to present the sanitary pass to all our customers (from 18 years old) at the entrance of the campsite for the arrivals from August 01, as well as the identity card of each one.
    Once the sanitary pass has been presented on arrival at the campsite, our clients will be able to use all the facilities for the duration of their stay without presenting it again.
    From 01 August, without a valid sanitary pass, access to the campsite will be refused for people over 18 years old.
    For all children from 12 years old to 17 years old inclusive, no sanitary pass will be required at the entrance of the domains before September 30th.
    For all children under the age of 12, no health pass is required.

    To obtain a valid health pass, there are 3 options:

    • A full vaccination schedule (with the last injection at 7 days or more depending on the vaccines).
    • A negative PCR or antigenic test dated less than 48 hours before your arrival day.
    • A positive RT-PCR or antigenic test attesting to the recovery of the Covid-19 dated at least 11 days and less than 6 months ago.
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    Mountain bike trails from the campsite Explore the black soil

    With family or friends, enter the world of mountain biking with 20 routes of all levels traced from Digne-les Bains.

    Why choose your accommodation at the campsite Les Eaux Chaudes ?

    • You can ride the black earth without taking your car. All the routes are accessible from the campsite and one of them even passes in front of our accommodation. See the mountain bike routes (in french).
    • You are also on vacation! The campsite has a heated swimming pool to combine sport and rest.
    • The bar of the campsite is the ideal place to meet for a drink and share your experiences.
    • At Les Eaux Chaudes, even in the middle of summer you can stay mobile and rent your mobile home for a minimum of 2 nights.
    • Come with your family, the kids club and the teens club take care of the youngest ones to let you enjoy, with a free mind, your passion for mountain biking.
    VTT dans les terres noires à Digne les Bains

    Let's share the happiness 😃 Les Eaux Chaudes, your campsite in the Alpes de Haute-Provence.
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    The thermal baths of Digne-les-Bains delay their opening Information Coronavirus

    Here is the press release of the thermal baths of Digne-les-Bains :

        We are sorry to announce you, the postponement of the opening of the season 2021:
        In view of the evolution of the sanitary situation and the last information communicated by the governmental authorities to the thermal sector, all the French thermal establishments are in the obligation to postpone from now on their opening date.
        The National Centre of Thermal Spas (CNETH) and all the spas are mobilized to obtain an official date and to welcome the patients in optimal safety conditions. The date of 26th April 2021 is requested by the representatives of the Profession for a reopening of the thermal establishments.
        This date seems to be the most balanced regarding the foreseeable evolution of the pandemic, the deployment of the vaccination campaign and the imperious necessity of a resumption of activity.
        If the later and official date of resumption of the cures is not yet official, the date of April 26, 2021 has been retained by the thermal baths of Digne-les-Bains subject to administrative authorization.
        We are going to contact soon each curist who had planned a cure between April 25th and April 26th in order to help them in the reprogramming of their cure.
        We warmly thank all the curists who trusted us in 2020 and we will be ready to welcome you again in 2021!
        For more information, please visit our website: or contact us by email: - Or by phone:

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    COVID information

    Free cancellation

    Covid Money Back Guarantee

    Until the day of your departure, we guarantee a full refund of your deposit* if your stay is cancelled due to a government decision preventing you from joining the campsite on the day.

    For more information call +334 92 32 31 04 or +336 43 83 58 91

    * Refund in the form of a credit note valid for 18 months or an immediate refund of the sums paid.
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    Special promotion for curists

    Choose your stay :

        Between 022/04/2021 and 28/04/2021
        Between 20/06/2021 and 11/07/2021
        or between 05/10/2021 and 31/10/2021

    and benefit from preferential rates in a mobile home Cottage 4 places, 24 m², equipped with a terrace and television.
    Call 04 92 32 31 04
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    Fun to hike The Saint-Pancrace chapel

    Nestled at 884m on the crest of the peaks overlooking the campsite, St-Pancrace is a small rural chapel accessible from the thermal baths. The hike is easy, the view sublime and the route punctuated with some nice surprises.
    Family objective of this 11th of August: to reach the chapel from the campsite. The day before, we were sure of one thing: early in the morning it was cold and the temperature rose quickly. So we had to make some preparations: we had to have enough water, something to eat on the way and to be able to cover ourselves at the start of the path.

    As expected, we wake up late and head for the thermal baths. We join the path through the gate at the back of the campsite, the path follows the Eaux Chaudes stream and goes up towards the thermal baths.

    At the beginning of the morning, the mild temperature facilitates our progression on a gentle slope. We reach the thermal baths which we pass by a few hundred metres to the start of the hiking trail. We head for the Saint Pancrace chapel. From this point on we start to climb in earnest. The path is wide and the view of the Eaux Chaudes valley gradually becomes clearer.

    After a few minutes of walking and after having redone the world ten times, the path splits in two, on the right the "Queen Jeanne's castle" and on the left the "Saint Pancrace chapel". Curiosity is the strongest, the chapel will wait for us a little, we take the direction of the castle.
    The slope is steep but the effort does not last long, the first stones testifying to the ancient occupation of the place emerge in the middle of a nature that has long since regained its rights.
    The "castle", which was under the control of the Count of Provence, is attributed to Queen Jeanne, i.e. towards the end of the 14th century. The tower, measuring 10 m on each side with walls 1.1 m thick, was built on at least two levels. The chapel dates from the first half of the 19th century and was built on the ruins of the medieval building. It was rebuilt around 1848 on the initiative of the Secours mutuel des agriculteurs de Digne and fitted out around 1914.

    We let our imaginations run wild for a good hour in the middle of the castle ruins before resuming our journey towards the chapel and our route takes us to a rather unusual site: the black earth. The rain-ravaged soil is made up of a black stone, marl, a mixture of calcite and clay dating from the Jurassic period. This lunar and hot landscape quickly becomes a playground and we find ourselves observing, with a certain admiration and great interest, the rare plants that grow there.

    On the way to the chapel we take the time to read the information panels along the way. Each time we have the opportunity to quench our thirst and enjoy the calm and the landscape before it gets too hot.

    At the bend in the road, we discover a strange building housing a cairn. This is a contemporary work of art designed by the British artist Andy Goldworthly. It is a reminder to the present that the path, in a fading rural past, was an important traffic route.

    Now, the chapel is not far away but it is not unpleasant to hang around a bit on the way. It is as we leave an undergrowth, I can assure you that in the late morning the shade is appreciated at its true value, that the chapel is revealed perched at 884 m above Digne. Although a place of worship is attested to in the 12th century, we do not know when the present church was built. It is mentioned in 1654 in connection with an extension that took place after the plague of 1629. It was the site of a pilgrimage from 1662, which gradually disappeared between 1950 and 2000.

    From up there, the view of the Alpes de Haute-Provence is exceptional. So much so that we went back a few days later to watch the sunrise from the summit. The tour of the chapel is quickly done, we settle down, we hang out, we enjoy the moment when below the campsite invites the hikers to come back and enjoy the swimming pool. There is not much water left, it is time to go back, but that is another story.

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