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75 campsites in France, Auvergne

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At the heart of the Auvergne, only 35 km to the South of Clermont-Ferrand and 12 km from Besse St. Anastaise, the friendly Pommier family...

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This city site is located at the foot of a towering needle of volcanic rock with a church on top which is spectacularly lit at...

This is a small, peaceful and rustic site run by an enthusiastic French family, situated in a secluded wooded valley between the Cantal and the...

Flower Camping Les Vernières is located on the banks of the river Dordogne. You'll be camping on 165 spacious, well-maintained touring pitches situated on well...

Le Clos Auroy is a well established and attractive family run campsite with English-speaking Dutch owners. It is just 300 metres away from Orcet, a...

L’Europe is, in high season, a lively site, dominated by its mobile homes, on the edge of the little town of Murol. The site is...

Flower Camping de la Rochelambert is an attractive and welcoming site can be found in the heart of Auvergne. Extending over four hectares, it is...

Its fine location overlooking a large man-made lake (Bort les Orgues) makes this site a good choice for waters-based activities. The 10 ha. site is...

The campsite La Pommeraie is just 1500m from the town of Vic-sur-Cère, situated in the heart of the famous Auvergne Natural Volcano Park. The campsite...

The site consists of two areas, a very large area with Mobile Homes and Chalets to rent, which you pass through to get to a...

La Bageasse is a member of the Aquadis Loisirs group. Popular with anglers, it is located on the banks of the River Allier, barraged to...

A pleasant, spacious, rural site bordering the River Allier and close to the A75 autoroute, making it convenient as a stopover when travelling north or...

Set near the town of Sauxillanges in the Puy-de-Dôme department of the volcanic Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, Camping Sauxillanges des Prairies D'Auvergne is a short drive from...

This tranquil campsite of seven hectares is within the 25-hectare estate of the picturesque 15th-century Château of Grange Fort. There are 163 pitches (119 for...

A pleasant scenic drive brings you to this spacious and well-maintained site. It is set in a wooded valley beside a pretty river where, we...

A very rural, rustic site, les Chelles is situated in the Parc Naturel Livradois, 25 km. south of Thiers. It is ideal for nature lovers...

Located 800m from the medieval town of Besse and 5 minutes from the Super Besse ski slopes, Camping Bois de Gravière is open from Christmas...

This is a chalet park, located at the heart of the Volcans d’Auvergne national park. Please note that there are no touring pitches here. The...

A lovely, small and friendly campsite that offers an excellent alternative to the larger sites in this area. The owners are aiming for a quiet...

Auvergne

Set in the heart of the Massif-Central, the Auvergne was formed by a series of volcanic eruptions and is a dramatic region of awe-inspiring, non-active volcanoes, lakes, sparkling rivers, green valleys and forests.

The Auvergne is a wonderful destination for nature lovers, for those who enjoy active outdoor pursuits or for people who would like to relax at a spa resort. The ‘Parc Naturel Régional des Volcans d’Auvergne’ – the Auvergne Volcano Park – is the largest national park in France and is a protected environment filled with exceptional flora and fauna. The mountains provide three classified downhill ski resorts and excellent cross-country skiing. A very wide range of outdoor activities is available.

The ancient volcanoes have also provided ten thermal spa areas, five of which are among the leading thermal resorts in France. For the history buff, the region offers beautiful Romanesque churches, medieval castles, ruined fortresses, and stiff black sculptures of the Madonna and child for those interested in sightseeing. Visit Vulcania, the European Volcano Park where adults and children can learn about the fascinating science of volcanoes. The area was once fairly isolated and inward-looking, but access is now much improved and roads are well-engineered, so the region is now realising its potential as a holiday area.