Camping à la ferme de Fonteilles Lo Soulenquo,

Campsite

Golinhac

Camping à la ferme de Fonteilles Lo Soulenquo

At 12km from Entraygues, direction Golinhac then Campuac. Located on the road to St Jacques de Compostelle. Tranquil. Stunning views up to 100 km all around (Aubrac, Lévézou, Rodez). 3000m2 land.
Campsite with 20 pitches. Welcoming of camping-cars (picnic tables / pitches), labeled France Passion. 3 mobile homes, 2 caravans, rural gites with 4 guest rooms. Table d'hôtes. Breakfast.

Capacities & Services

Capacity20 Pitch(es), 60 Person(s), 2 Caravan(s), 4 Mobile Home(s)

Languages : DE EN FR

Equipments and services

  • A la ferme
  • Bar / refreshments
  • Car park
  • Luggage carriage facility
  • Pets allowed
  • Play area
  • Sèche linge
  • Terrace
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi / Internet

Opening & Prices

opening times

    from 01 march 2019 to 30 novembre 2019

Rates

Tarifs 2019

  • Rate pitch 2 pers. / day electricity included : 10,00€
  • Rate adult / day : From 17,00€ to 22,00€
  • Rate child / day : From 17,00€ to 22,00€
  • Mobile Home Rate : From 450,00€ to 800,00€
  • Rate camper van pitch : 10,00€
  • Rate electricity / day : 5,00€
  • Meal : 15,00€
  • Occupancy tax to be added
  • Rate adult / day : 5,00€

Methods of payment

Cheque - Cash - Holiday voucher

Location

Camping à la ferme de Fonteilles "Lo Soulenquo"
Fonteilles
12140 Golinhac
lat. 44.572800 - lon. 2.620700

Contacts

Establishment


To see nearby

La Ferme aux Autruches

La Ferme aux Autruches

Sénergues

10 km from Conques, come and discover traditional aveyronnaise farming with a touch of exotic colour at the Ferme aux Autruches (Ostrich farm).

Château de Calmont d'Olt

Château de Calmont d'Olt

Espalion

Perched above the town of Espalion, the castle of Calmont d'Olt is a historic monument which dominates the Lot valley. Daily shows and live demonstrations with siege machines everyday during the summer holidays.

Musée du scaphandre

Musée du scaphandre

Espalion

Discover the inventions of Rouquayrol and Denayrouze, who in 1864 invented the first modern autonomous diving suit in history. Jules Verne took inspiration from their device for equipping Captain Nemo in his novel "20000 Leagues under the Sea". First tests were carried out in the waters of the Lot. More than 300 objects are exhibited and attract specialists from all over the world.

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