What To Expect From Our Campsites In Auvergne
On your arrival at one of our top campsites in Auvergne, you’ll immediately feel the refreshing air and sense the peaceful atmosphere of the region. The friendly and knowledgeable staff will check you in and offer any help should you need it.
After checking in, you’ll make your way to the accommodation that proudly sits in green and spacious emplacements offering comfort and privacy. The interior will showcase generously sized living spaces, a range of useful amenities and facilities.
Once you’ve settled into your lodgings, it’s time for your holiday to begin! Venture into the heart of the resorts to find all the fantastic recreational facilities on offer such as sports grounds, swimming pools and kids clubs, as well as our onsite dining and shopping establishments.
We hope to welcome you soon at one of our Auvergne campsites, where you can enjoy an invigorating or relaxing retreat in the heart of nature.
Things to do when camping in Auvergne
The true essence of a camping holiday in Auvergne is getting away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. You can slow the pace right down, freely enjoy your passions and embrace the wonderful outdoors. There’s opportunity to try new things and explore new frontiers.
In Auvergne, you don’t have to find outdoor activities… outdoor activities find you. The natural landscapes are primed for adventures into the wilderness. Whether you are exploring the Cantal Mountains, the sleeping volcanoes of Puy de Dôme or the enchanting forest of Troncais, you can enjoy hiking, paragliding, biking, canyoning and so much more.
As we have already mentioned, the region is home to dormant and inactive volcanoes that have helped shaped the scenic landscapes of today. The striking Puy de Sancy offers amazing vistas from its summit while Puy de Dome features a panoramic train rides that snakes up the mountain. The aptly named Vulcania theme park gives children and adults alike an educational and entertaining insight into volcanoes that erupts into a seismic amount of fun.
Get a sense of the rural and rustic lifestyle of Auvergne with a visit to the towns and villages of Saint Floret, Montpeyroux, Murol, Ruynes, Margeride and Salers. You’ll find quaint streets, nice architecture and lovely restaurants serving up seasonal dishes.
Other notable tourist attractions in the region include Le Pal Theme Park & Zoo, the Basilica of Notre-Dame du Port, the scenic walking trails of Lake Chambon, the gushing waters and verdant foliage of Gorges De La Jordanne and the beautiful Château de Polignac.