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Saint-Laurent d'Olt

Saint-Laurent d'Olt
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Vous êtes plutôt camping au bord du Lot ou gîte ? A vous de choisir l’hébergement qui vous convient !

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Aire de services municipale de camping-car à Campagnac


This motorhome area is close to the Campagnac gendarmerie and exit 41 of the 175 motorway. Also close to the municipal campsite, you are a stone's throw from the village centre, shops, swimming pool and tennis courts.

Hôtel Rodier


Situated not far from the Lot valley, the A75 motorway and the Millau viaduct and the Gorges du Tarn, the Hotel Rodier opens the door to local traditions. The Rodier family will introduce you to the unforgettable tastes of grandmother's dishes in a warm welcoming atmosphere. Relaxation and tranquillity are to be found in this establishment.



Campagnac is one of the gateways to the département of the Aveyron, in the Parc Naturel des Grands Causses (55 km from Rodez and 45 km from Millau), close to exit 41 of the A75 motorway. Campagnac probably developed around a Gallo-roman staging post on the ancient route that linked Rodez and the Gévaudan. The beautiful 18th century dwellings and the grain measures, in the Place, are witnesses to the trading activity which took place in the village thanks to its position on the route. Walks will enable you to discover: the source of the Serre, tributary of the Aveyron, Canac and its Roman church (11th and 12th century) full of legends and its panorama over the Lot valley and the Aubrac, ...

Bernard Arragon


Le Monnet, a hamlet near Campagnac, is within the Regional Natural Park of Grands Causses. This home, with a wooden extension, offers you a pleasant terrace without overlooking neighbours and a small enclosed garden. Close to the Millau Viaduct, the Tarn Gorges and of Monts Aubrac, this gite enjoys an exclusive location for your stay and so that you can discover the Aveyron.

Camping municipal de Galinière


30 shaded pitches on the banks of the Lot 500 metres from the village centre.

Aire de services municipale de camping-car à St Laurent d'Olt


Shaded site on the river bank, 1km from the village centre.

Camping municipal Les Thermes - INFORMATIONS NON COMMUNIQUEES


Campsite situated in the centre of the village of Saint Saturnin de Lenne, small village on the Causse not far from the Lot valley and the Monts de l'Aubrac, close to the Millau viaduct.

Gîte du Château de Grun


The Château de Grun built in the 17th century is a gîte with a very large capacity where you will be able to spend a week or a weekend with friends. The gîte opens onto an agreeable enclosed courtyard. From the highest bedroom in the tower, you will be able to take in the surrounding countryside with a single glance.

Léa Argentier


St Saturnin de Lenne, in the Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses, has kept the vestiges of its ancient past (ruins of the Galo-roman villa, roman church in red sandstone, La Roque Valzergues and its fortifications).

Domaine de la Naxe


The Domaine de la Naxe, consisting of a set of old buildings, some dating back to 1717 (which gives natural air conditioning), is an ideal place for sharing great times together with your family or between friends, whilst enjoying the quietness and natural beauty. The spacious gite is located on the farm (organic products). The 3 single-level rooms are all fitted with a bathroom and toilet. 2 rooms, on the first floor, have their shared bathroom on the ground floor. A living room with fireplace is available.

Denis Firmin - H12G005693


You will be staying at Marijolet, a peaceful hamlet perched high and overlooking the Lot valley. Ideal place to stay for those who like walks and discovery: Lot Valley, Monts d'Aubrac, Grands Causses and Gorges du Tarn. An exclusive tourist location which will bring you to appreciate this pleasant very comfortably furnished maisonette all the more.

La maison de Zélie - Bernard Argentier


Stay with your family, or with friends, in this gite called "The Maison de Zélie", or rest rhymes with pleasure of discovery, walking and lovely surrounding countryside. Guaranteed comfort in a nicely renovated setting, well equipped by the owners. You will feel touched by their warm welcome. Its independent garden invites you to relax. A few kilometres away, discover their farm and the Lacaune sheep: their milk is used ton make the famous Roquefort cheese.

Alain Vioulac


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