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Domaine des Tours

Midi-Pyrénées | Saint-Amans-des-Côts
7/10 (13 reviews)
  • Located on the Lac de Selves in the Aveyron
  • Family campsite
  • Swimming pool with wild water rapids
  • Sports facilities and activities

La Boissière

Midi-Pyrénées | Saint Geniez d'Olt
8/10 (6 reviews)
  • Right on the river Lot
  • Green campsite in the Aveyron
  • Swimming pool, children's area and jacuzzi
  • Canoeing, tennis and bicycle rental


Midi-Pyrénées | Nages
7/10 (10 reviews)
  • Directly on Lake Lac du Laouzas
  • Lovely family campsite with swimming pool
  • Various water sports on the lake
  • tainment for young and old...

Millau Plage

Midi-Pyrénées | Millau
  • By the river Tarn
  • Family campsite in the Midi-Pyrenees
  • Swimming pool with separate children's pool
  • all ages, playground and pétanque...

Val de Cantobre

Midi-Pyrénées | Nant
7/10 (28 reviews)
  • Terraced campsite with beautiful views
  • Welcoming and helpful staff
  • Swimming paradise with slides
  • Entertainment for young and old


Midi-Pyrénées | Bidart
  • 800m from the beach
  • At the foot of the Pyrenees
  • Playful landscaped swimming pool with palm trees
  • d, activities team and entertainment...
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Canyons and limestone plateaus...

I f you holiday in the Midi-Pyrenees then don’t forget to bring your hiking boots. With over 30 km of trails you can see a very impressive landscape; river gorges, valleys, high mountains and broad plains.

Knights Templar

In the Midi-Pyrenees you will find many enchanting itineraries and if you walk in the south of the department of Aveyron, you will also come across many medieval villages. These fortified towns like La Cavalerie and Viala du Pas de Jaux were founded and run by the Templars and the Hospitallers. Nearby is the Millau Viaduct, the tallest bridge in the world.

Canyon and canoe

At Millau is also the Regional Natural Park of ‘Grands Causses’, which extends to another 96 municipalities. The most impressive ‘Causses’ (limestone plateaus) are the ‘Causse Noir’ and the ‘Causse de Sauveterre Causse Mejean’. In addition to the numerous special breeds of sheep, this region boasts the France’s largest canyon; ‘Gorges du Tarn’. Take a canoe through this awesome deep ravine and you can see a beautiful cave.