Monts de Lacaune
On the spot
This is where the campsite is located, in an authentic natural setting in the heart of the Haut-Languedoc Regional Natural Park.
Hike or mountain bike, visit the many historical sites and, if you come at the right time in winter, ski, toboggan ... or simply enjoy the pure and fresh air and good local products quietly installed in this green setting.
To accompany you, visit the link: Discover Lacaune
15 km from the campsite
Lake Laouzas is an artificial lake with a hydroelectric vocation which has been able to highlight many leisure activities.
Canoe, paddle, pedal boat, sailboat ... there are plenty of activities for everyone. Without going to the Maison de Payrac or the Rieumontagné Museum, which will certainly interest the whole family.
To accompany you, visit the link: Discover the lake of Laouzas
The lake of La Raviège
22 km from the campsite
Like its neighbor Lake Laouzas, Lake Raviège is an artificial lake.
For the inhabitants of the neighboring Hérault department, it is a haven of freshness and nature within easy reach.
Here, you can practice motorized navigation and the sur ... under certain safety conditions of course.
To accompany you, visit the link: Discover the lake of Raviège
35 km from the campsite
Oh ! This is all that can be said in front of the rock of the goose, this block of granite chiseled by the rain over the millennia. And in front of the Peiro Clavado, we hold our breath so much it looks like it will collapse at the moment ... but no danger.
Sidobre is the realm of the imagination and therefore of children. Everyone will see this animal or that petrified object for the greatest pleasure of all.
To accompany you, visit the link: Discover the Sidobre
46 km from the campsite
Crossed by the Agout, this river born not far from Lacaune, Castres is the second city of the Tarn.
Rugby is a religion here! You have no doubt heard of the CO (Castres Olympique)? But it is not on the magnificent quays with corbelled structures that we practice this sport.
To accompany you, visit the link: Discover Castres and Mazamet
50 km from the campsite
Nestled in a bend in the Tarn river, this small medieval town is built on a peculiarity of nature.
From the priory which dominates the village or the surrounding peaks, you can admire an extraordinary spectacle of rock, water and sky.
To accompany you, visit the link: Discover the Ambialet peninsula
The gorges of Héric
54 km from the campsite
Héric is not a person, it is a stream that is often torrential in winter when the water rushes down 700 meters from the top of Caroux.
The gorges of Héric is a piece of Corsica ... without the sea. Rocky peaks, giant pots, mouflons, waterfalls and chestnut trees. Climbers, hikers or swimmers find their pleasure there.
To accompany you, visit the link: Discover the gorges of Héric
56 km from the campsite
Welcome to Roquefort-sur-Soulzon to be precise.
It is in this causse called "Combalou" that the famous cheese of which Louis XIV said he was the king is made.
This is the universe of taste and discovery.
Have a good trip and enjoy your meal!
To accompany you, visit the link: Discover Roquefort
65 km from the campsite
Magnificent medieval city including the famous Sainte-Cécile cathedral and the garden of the Berbie palace are classified as world heritage by UNESCO.
Wander through the narrow streets with half-timbered facades, admire the reflections of red brick in the blue of the peaceful Tarn river, enjoy the mild climate and the local savoir vivre.
To accompany you, visit the link: Discover Albi
74 km from the campsite
In addition to its world-famous viaduct, Millau is a beautiful and welcoming city where you have plenty of time to taste the tasty Aveyron specialties nationally known, even in the best Parisian restaurants.
You won't have the feeling of being in town. Here, it's very simple and if you hear a "miladiou", it's not a curse but punctuation.
To accompany you, visit the link: Discover Millau
89 km from the campsite
The sky is not here the azure that neither surrounds us but the river which winds at its feet.
This medieval bastide nevertheless bears this name wonderfully as it seems to hang from the sky, shrouded in a halo of mist.
Lovers of armor, old stones and history ... hang in there!
To accompany you, visit the link: Discover Cordes-sur-Ciel