Gîtes and rentals
The La Rivière campsite is well named. Situated alongside the Goul river which is a tributary of the Truyère. 5 minutes from all shops. 10 km from Entraygues.
40 pitch campsite. Site with pitches in the open and others in a causse wood, close to a large farm of typical caussenarde architecture on the edge of the Lévézou plateau and open to the south with spectacular views of the Grands Causses and the Gorges. Comfortable rural stay.
The Charouzech park is an ideal place for family holidays, with direct access to the beach.
Indulge in the pleasures that a natural destination with its protected environment and rich heritage offers you...
25 pitch campsite. Set out in an oak wood on the Causse de Villeneuve, close to the Lot valley and the unexpected site of "le Saut de la Mounine": limestone cliff that dominates a superb meander in the Lot.
At the heart of the Aveyron, enjoy a unique stay in quiet natural surroundings, in one of the 3 chalets located on the property. Comfortable and fully independent, they are ideally located to go towards the most beautiful sites of the Aveyron and discover the country life.
25 pitch campsite. Half shaded site with direct access to Pareloup lake close to a vast traditional farmhouse situated on the Charouzech promontory Overlooking the lake.
6 pitch campsite. Semi-shaded site offering a vast panorama over the region of the Gorges du Tarn, the Grands Causses and Millau viaduct. Situated on a character farm where dairy sheep are reared for making Roquefort cheese. Lévézou lakes 15km away, Tarn valley 15km, Millau 21km, Micropolis the "Cité des insects" (insect centre) 15km.
6 pitch campsite. Semi shaded site close to the family farm on the Ségala, lined by a small wood and situated close to the medieval village of Najac. Two generations dedicated to the farm and a convivial welcome live in the hamlet of la Prade.
Camping 20 pitches. Half shaded land within the body of farm richly flowered with buildings of character, located at the entrance of the village, overlooking the Renaissance castle Bournazel to which the farm was once attached