Opening photo : © Millau Plage campiste and its superb swimming pool
In Rignac, la Peyrade campsite offers a bucolic setting to its visitors. On the shores of the Peyrade fishing lake and its summer aquatic leisure center, a stone's throw from the Rignac municipal swimming pool, free for campers, peace and tranquility reign in this campsite. All amenities are accessible, on foot or by bike, in the village of Rignac. To do some sport, there are tennis courts next door and for children, a playground.
Near the campsite, you can go back in time and imagine yourself as a knight in the castle of Belcastel. Rodez is reputed to be a city of art. Read our article to discover Soulage's work, in 50 shades of black!
Photos © la Peyrade campiste
At the exit of Millau and at the gates of the Grands Causses Natural Park, les Érables campsite enjoys a privileged location between town and countryside. You can soak your feet directly in the water in the Tarn from the campsite or swim in the heated swimming pool. Its central position allows all kinds of activities in the surroundings.
The campsite is near the city center of Millau and its famous viaduct. If you want to immerse yourself in local history and better understand the geography of the Causses, the Museum of Millau and the Grands Causses will explain everything to you! Millau has many museums, but there are many more nearby. Here is our guide to the museums of Aveyron.
Pictures © les Érables campiste
In Rivière-sur-Tarn, at the entrance to the Gorges du Tarn, le Pont campsite is located on the border between Aveyron and Lozère. It is the ideal base for visiting both regions. Whether in a mobile home or in an equipped tent, the campsite welcomes you in a natural setting, by the water. Between the heated swimming pool and the banks of the Tarn, relaxation and swimming are waiting for you.
From the campsite, you can rent a canoe to admire the splendid Gorges du Tarn. For lovers of old stones, rather visit the castle Peyrelade the 12th century and to see ancient stones, stroll around the City of Stones of Montpellier-le-Vieux, a magical ride. You will be amazed at the creations of nature!
Pictures © le Pont campsite
5 minutes from downtown Millau, Deux Rivières campsite allows you to enjoy the advantages of the city, while being close to nature. It is also located next to the Millau bridge, between the rivers Tarn and Dourbie, which it borders. You can lounge on the private beach at the foot of the pretty Cureplat bridge, fish or swim.
The beautiful village of Peyre sits against the cliff. Its troglodyte houses give it its originality. Its view of the Viaduct will delight photographers. In the same town, in Comprégnac, for gourmets, there is the Maison de la Truffe. To find out more, here is our article on Truffle du Quercy.
Pictures © Deux Rivières campsite
In Sauveterre-de-Rouergue, the Gazonne chalets are authentic wooden chalets in the heart of a forest. Within the campsite, nature and outdoor sports are in the spotlight. Hiking trails allow you to explore the region on foot or by bike. The Lézert river is classified as category 1 for fishing. You can also try disc golf...
Sauveterre-de-Rouergue is an atypical country house, built on a rectangular and English plan in addition! The Ségala de Pradinas Animal Park (fr) presents its carnivores, raptors, exotic and original species...
Pictures © the Gazonne chalets
Millau Plage campsite welcomes you in a wooded park. Some of its trees are hundred years old and bring a lot of charm to the place. If it borders the Tarn, with direct access to the river, it is only 3 km from the city. The campsite has different accommodations according to your comfort needs : mobile home, equipped tent, lodge tent or luxury lodge! The facilities are up to its 4 stars: a swimming pool and paddling pool for the little ones, a multisports ground, play areas for children and adults: pétanque grounds and ping-pong tables, a children's club and animations...
20 minutes north of Millau, in Saint-Léons, you enter an unknown and extraordinary universe in Micropolis, the city of insects. A little further north, Conques conceals a real treasure! It is one of the five medieval goldsmith treasures in Europe and the only one in France. The Sainte-Foy abbey is also a remarkable one. To make sure you don't miss anything, a guided tour is offered by the tourist office.
Pictures © Millau Plage campsite
In Najac, the Étoiles campsite has an interesting geographical location. If it is well located in Aveyron, it is also at the limit of two other departments : Tarn and Tarn-et-Garonne. You can therefore visit three departments from this location. It is above all an intimate campsite. You will spend moments of conviviality by the pool, during lively evenings and especially in front of a good movie!
In Aveyron, Najac is a hilltop village that has the distinction of having a single street, along the cliff. If you fancy a more sporty outing, go on an adventure on the Roc de Gorb via ferrata (fr).
In the Tarn, Laguépie is at the confluence of the Aveyron and the Viaur, but it is also THE village of chestnuts.
In Tarn-et-Garonne, we advise you to see Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val, a village of arts and crafts, where nature and its fruits are in the spotlight.
Pictures © Étoiles campsite
Moulin de la Galinière campsite is a traditional campsite. Located in Boyne, in the town of Rivière-sur-Tarn, you pitch your tent by the river and all you have to do is let yourself be lulled by the song of the birds and the lapping of the water. You will spend a timeless, old-fashioned vacation there. However, modern comfort is still available.
You stay in the heart of the Grands Causses Regional Natural Park and a stone's throw from Lozère and the Cévennes National Park. Beautiful walks are to be expected for walking enthusiasts.
Pictures © Moulin de la Galinière campsite
In Fondamente, in Mouline campsite, you will feel like in a cocoon. This small campsite with six pitches, a gîte and a mobile home, offers its visitors a family and friendly environment. On the Sorgues, you can fish and enjoy the freshness of the river. You can also swim in the secure swimming pool.
The Templar cities of La Cavalerie, La Couvertoirade and Sainte-Eulalie-de-Cernon are three important commanderies. You will contemplate their beautiful architectural heritage, typical of the Templar domains, and you will have the opportunity to better understand the history and the mission of the Templars.
Pictures © Mouline campsite
In the town of Saint-Iziaire, Batut campsite is the perfect place for lovers of rustic camping. Real campers will be able to pitch their tent on shady ground, near water and in a green environment.
Brousse-le-Château is a medieval village, with a castle and Romanesque bridge. To finish on a gourmet note, not far away, in Roquefort-sur-Soulzon, take the Aveyron cheese route !
Pictures © Batut campsite
You are now well prepared to choose your campsite for your next vacation in Aveyron! Book now for a nature, family stay, near the most beautiful villages of Aveyron, without forgetting its gastronomic riches...
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