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Camping La Cavalerie - L'Ouradou

20 pitch campsite. Shaded site offering terraces on the south facing slope of the Lot valley, close to Golinhac reservoir (EDF). Predator fishing on site.
20 pitch campsite. Shaded site offering terraces on the southern slopes of the Lot valley near the Golinhac reservoir (EDF). Predator fishing on site. Camper's shelter, washing machine, freezer, garden furniture, motorhomes welcome. Children's play area, caravan hire.

Capacities & Services

Capacity60 Person(s), 20 Pitch(es), 2 Caravan(s), 1 Chalet(s)

Languages : FR

Equipments and services

  • A la ferme
  • Access for the handicapped
  • Campervan space
  • Camping-car service area
  • Caravan hire
  • Chalet hire
  • Disabled facilities
  • Electrical connections
  • Pets allowed
  • Play area
  • Private shower room
  • Shaded pitch
  • Washing machines


  • Evening activities
  • Fishing


Equipments and Services nearby

  • Open-air swimming pool (3 km)
  • River (0.5 km)
  • Shops (3 km)

  • Golf (30 km)
  • Horse riding (15 km)
  • Sailing - Windsurfing (15 km)
  • Swimming (3 km)

Opening & Prices

opening times

    On 15 september 2019


Tarifs 2019

  • Rate pitch 2 pers. : 4,00€
  • Weekly Chalet Rental : 35,00€
  • Caravan Rate : 25,00€
  • Rate camper van pitch : 10,00€
  • Rate adult / day : 2,80€
  • Rate child / day : 1,50€
  • Rate pet / day
  • Rate electricity / day : 3,00€
  • Occupancy tax to be added : 0,20€

Methods of payment

Bons CAF - Cheque - Holiday voucher - Cash


Camping La Cavalerie
12190 Estaing
lat. 44.564907 - lon. 2.662881



To see nearby

Château de Calmont d'Olt

Château de Calmont d'Olt


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


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.

Terra Memoria

Terra Memoria


Terra Mamoria is a place of interactive discovery recounting history of the Averonnais landscape from the creation of the Earth right up to today.

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