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Lacaune Mountains
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 Nature Park.


Go hiking or mountain biking, visit the many historic sites and, if the timing is right in winter, go skiing, tobogganing... or simply enjoy the fresh, clean air and local produce in a peaceful, green setting.


To accompany you, visit the link: Discover Lacaune

Laouzas Lake
Lake Laouzas

15 km from the campsite

The Lac du Laouzas is an artificial lake used for hydroelectric power, which has developed a wide range of leisure activities.

Canoeing, paddle-boating, pedal-boating, sailing... there's something for everyone. Not to mention the Maison de Payrac and the Musée de Rieumontagné, which are sure to interest the whole family.

To accompany you, visit the link : Discover the lake Laouzas

Raviège Lake
Lake La Raviège

22 km from the campsite

Like its neighbour, Lac du Laouzas, Lac de la Raviège is an artificial lake.


For the inhabitants of the neighbouring department of Hérault, it is a haven of freshness and nature within easy reach.

Here, you can enjoy motorised boating... subject to certain safety conditions, of course.


To find out more, visit the link:  Discover lake La Raviège

The Sidobre
The Sidobre

35 km from the campsite

Oh, that's all you can say in front of the Roc de l'oie, this block of granite chiselled by the rain over thousands of years. And in front of the Peiro Clavado, you can't help but feel as if it's about to collapse... but there's no danger of that.


The Sidobre is the realm of the imagination, and therefore of children. Everyone will see a petrified animal or object, much to everyone's delight.


To accompany you, visit the link: Discover the Sidobre


46 km from the campsite

Crossed by the Agout, a river born not far from Lacaune, Castres is the second largest town in the Tarn.

Rugby is a religion here! You've probably heard of the CO (Castres Olympique)? But rugby is not played on the magnificent corbelled quays.


To find out more, visit the link: Discover Castres and Mazamet

Ambialet peninsula

50 km from the campsite

Nestling in a meander of the river Tarn, this small medieval town is built on a natural feature.


From the priory overlooking 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

Héric Gorges
The Héric gorges

54 km from the campsite

Héric is not a person, it's a stream that is often torrential in winter when the water rushes down the 700 metres from the summit of Caroux.


The Héric gorges are like a piece of Corsica... without the sea. Rocky peaks, giant potholes, mouflons, waterfalls and chestnut trees. Climbers, hikers and swimmers all find their pleasure here.

To find out more, visit the link: Discover the gorges of Héric

Roquefort cellars

56 km from the campsite

Welcome to Roquefort-sur-Soulzon to be precise.


It's in this causse called ‘Combalou’ that the famous cheese is made. Louis XIV said he was its king.


This is the world of taste and discovery.

Bon voyage and bon appétit!


To accompany you, visit the link: Discover Roquefort


65 km from the campsite

A magnificent medieval city whose famous Sainte-Cécile cathedral and the gardens of the Palais de la Berbie are listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Wander through the narrow streets with half-timbered facades, admire the reflections of the red brick in the blue of the peaceful river Tarn, enjoy the mild climate and the local way of life.


To accompany you, visit the link: Discover Albi


74 km from the campsite

Millau Viaduct

As well as its world-famous viaduct, Millau is a beautiful, friendly town where you can enjoy the tasty Aveyron specialities that are nationally famous, even in the best Parisian restaurants.


You won't feel like you're in the city. It's all very simple here, and if you hear a ‘miladiou’, it's not an expletive but a punctuation mark.


To accompany you, visit the link: Discover Millau


89 km from the campsite

The sky here is not the blue that surrounds us, but the river that meanders at its feet.


Yet this medieval bastide is so aptly named because it seems to cling to the sky, shrouded in a halo of mist.

Lovers of armour, old stones and history... hang on!


To accompany you, visit the link: Discover Cordes-sur-Ciel

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