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222 campsites in France, Midi-Pyrénées

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Pyrénées Natura, at an altitude of 1,000 m. on the edge of the national park, is the perfect site for lovers of nature. The 6...

Huttopia Millau is just 500 m. from the lively market town of Millau which lies in the valley below the imposing Millau suspension bridge. There...

On the banks of the river Céou, this campsite built around an 18th-century mill is the ideal starting point for discovering the Lot, the Dordogne...

Le Fiscalou is a naturist campsite in the Quercy region of the Midi-Pyrénées, close to the vineyards of Gaillac and the gorges of the Aveyron...

This small and friendly family campsite, run by a young French couple who are working to improve it, is located on the banks of the...

La Bourie campsite is located in the heart of the Pyrenees, near the ski resorts of St Lary Soulan and Peyragudes . Very easily accessible...

With attractive, shaded pitches and many activities, this family run campsite incorporates 12 hectares of woods and fields beside the River Garonne. It is close...

Camping Etang du Camp is located in Sénergues, a medieval village in the Aveyron department situated along the river Ouche. Sénergues is on the route...

A delightful naturist site with an air of calm and repose, l’Eglantière is set within 50 hectares of organic farmland and woodland for walking and...

Camping la Rivière is situated on the banks of the Dordogne with direct access to the river and a sand and pebble beach. It is...

Very conveniently placed, this site is only 2 km. from the centre of the interesting old town of Figeac. There are 193 pitches, of which...

Set on the Dordogne river in the Lot department, this site has direct access to the river (not fenced and possibly at risk of flooding...

This is a small and friendly site which has all the requirements for a peaceful holiday. There is a really nice rural feel to the...

Situated in a wooded valley, 6 km. from Mirande, this 40-hectare site is in the heart of the Gascony countryside. With its fishing and boating...

As its name suggests, this site is located deep within the spectacular Tarn gorges, close to the pretty village of Mostuéjouls. There are 110 spacious...

La Cascade is a chalet park (parc résidentiel) on the edge of the delightful medieval village of Sainte Eulalie d’Olt, to the south of the...

Located within a half hour walk of Bagneres-de-Luchon, this green and pleasant site provides an ideal base for touring. Of the 135 pitches, 117 are...

Camping Pré Fixe is a friendly family site, located on a sunny south-facing slope. The site is a member of La Via Natura, a small...

A beautiful site set in ten hectares of gentle hillside and run by Corinne and Patrick, a hardworking and very friendly French couple. There are...

Midi-Pyrénées

Rolling fields of yellow sunflowers, the Armagnac vineyards and crumbling, ancient stone buildings amid sleepy villages make this colourful region popular with those who enjoy good food, fine wine and a leisurely pace of life.

Home of Armagnac, rugby and the Three Muskateers, the Midi-Pyrénées is the largest region of France, extending from the Dordogne in the north to the Spanish border. It is blessed by radiant sunshine and gorgeous scenery. South of the cultivated fields and cliffside villages beside the Lot river lie the stony lands of the Quercy Causse and the rocky gorges of the Aveyron and Tarn rivers. Centered around Millau, there are tortuous gorges and valleys, spectacular rivers, underground caves and grottoes and forested mountains.

Further south, high chalk plateaux, majestic peaks, tiny hidden valleys and small fortified sleepy villages, which seem to have changed little since the Middle Ages, contrast with the high-tech, industrial and vibrant university city of Toulouse. Lourdes is one of the most visited pilgrimage sites in the world. Toulouse-Lautrec, the artist, was born at Albi, the capital of the département of Tarn. In the east, the little town of Foix, is a convenient centre from which to explore the prehistoric caves at Niaux and the Aladdin’s Cave of duty-free gift shops in the independent state of Andorra.

The Pyrenees comprises the Midi-Pyrenees, at the centre of which is Toulouse, and the Pyrenees Orientales, which belongs to the southern Languedoc and borders Andorra and Spain. Together they form a stunning area of France, with pretty towns and swathes of sunflower fields and vineyards, which steadily rise to become the mountainous landscape of the Pyrenees themselves.

The Midi-Pyrenees is famous for its gastronomy, as well as being the proud home of the musketeer d’Artagnan, immortalised by Alexandre Dumas. It’s a place that dances to nature’s rhythm; from the wooded valleys of Aveyron, through the charming towns of Albi, Auch and Toulouse, to the breathtaking scenery of the Pyrenees National Park, it’s a captivating region where humanity exists in harmony with its surroundings. The Pyrenees Orientales stretches from the mountains to the Mediterranean coast, and features as much variety as its larger counterpart. Perpignan is one of its main attractions, an enchanting town declared the centre of the world by Dalí. The beach at Collioure is also a fine place to spend the day, while the area around Mount Canigou is truly magical.

The Pyrenees is a region that provides walking and cycling for all ages and abilities – the huge mixture of landscapes means visitors can select exactly the style and scenery they prefer for the perfect active holiday.