Campings Midi-Pyrénées

One of the very best regions in France for outstanding natural landscapes, the Midi-Pyrénées showcases breathtaking mountains, lush valleys of verdant green, ponderous lakes and captivating villages perched on gravity-defying hills. Along with all this enchanting nature, the vibrant city of Toulouse welcomes you to discover its charm.

Spend a week or two at one of our amazing campsites in the Midi-Pyrénées and be spoiled by the wonderful selection of camping facilities that include great swimming pools, recreational amenities, shopping and dining options and inviting accommodation.

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Les Genêts (Aveyron)
Heated pool
By the Lac de Pareloup with sandy beach
Lots of water sports and disco
Lots of sports and games
From: €709.50
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
3 accommodation types available

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Château de Fonrives
An ideal location in the Périgord
A spacious heated swimming pool complex
Numerous activities and entertainment
High quality services
From: €791.50
June 26 - 7 nights, 2 adults
2 accommodation types available
Directly on Lake Lac du Laouzas
Lovely family campsite with swimming pool
Various water sports on the lake
Entertainment for young and old
From: €827.50
July 20 - 7 nights, 2 adults
1 accommodation types available
Domaine Aramis
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Small campground with indoor pool and spa
Sports like tennis, beach volleyball, crossfit
Fun mini golf with the whole family
Day trip to Toulouse
From: €135.50
June 21 - 7 nights, 2 adults
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Camping Holidays In Midi-Pyrénées

The refreshing mountain air will reinvigorate your weary body and give you the energy to delve into adventurous pursuits in this lovely region. Camping in the Midi-Pyrénées is the ideal place to share fantastic outdoor moments with your nearest and dearest.

Our Best Campsites In Midi-Pyrénées

We have a wonderful choice of campsites in the Midi-Pyrénées, so you’ll have plenty of choice when the time comes to decide where you’d like to pitch up. Wherever you choose, you can expect a warm welcome from the friendly site staff who will be happy to help you for the duration of your stay.

At Millau Plage, a 4 star resort on the banks of the Tarn River, you can enjoy the swimming pool onsite or take to the waters of the rivers and lakes of the local area. For a picture perfect lakeside setting, consider a stay at Rieumontagné where you can enjoy a selection of water sports or chilling by the lake.

One of our favourite campsites, 5 star Val de Cantobre boasts amazing views of the surrounding mountains and a selection of fabulous camping amenities. Kids will love the super slides and refreshing waters of the pool.

Popular places to visit while camping in Midi-Pyrénées

Rubbing shoulders with Spain to the south, the Midi-Pyrénées enjoys its fair share of sunshine. With a climate that’s ideal for outdoor holidays, and lots to see and do in the area, it’s no wonder why happy campers flock here year after year.

The sense of freedom and diverse things to see and do make camping holidays in the Midi-Pyrénées truly memorable. Fill your lungs with fresh mountain air on a hike, whether you walk the trails of the Massif Central Mountains or the Pyrénées National Park.

Away from the countryside, the cities and towns of the region are steeped in culture and history. They provide the perfect place to experience the culture of the region as well as sampling cuisine that can rival any other region of France.

Things to do when camping in Midi-Pyrénées

A vibrant atmosphere and quaint pink architecture awaits you in Toulouse, which includes sightseeing attractions at the le Cite de l’Escape museum, Jardin des Plantes Botanical Garden and Basilique Saint-Sernin de Toulouse church.

As we alluded to before, the Pyrénées National Park is an awesome place to explore on foot. Bring a sturdy pair of hiking boots and venture out into the heart of nature, enjoying dramatic views, enchanting woodland and scenic rivers.

Other worthwhile places to experience the gorgeous natural landscapes while walking or biking include the Pont d'Espagne, Col du Tourmalet, Cirque de Gavarnie and Gaube Lake.

Ride the cable car to the apex of Puy du Sancy where you will be rewarded with amazing vistas of the Massif Central Mountains. A trip underground at the caves of Pech Merle gives you the opportunity to see captivating prehistoric cave paintings.