Charlotte and Hans de Bruin welcome their guests at Bois Redon, which is situated away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The 40 pitches are level and grassy, each with electricity (10A), and most are shaded. On-site activities include boules, basketball, volleyball and badminton, and close by you can go fishing, canoeing, climbing or caving. Small meals and fresh drinks are available on site - or in any of the charming local villages. In spring, orchids are mostly in bloom. Just 6 km. away is the artisan town of Saint Antonin-Noble-Val which dates back to the eighth century.
You can enjoy the relaxed nature of the site, take a stroll in the immediate area, cool off in the pool, or just read a book while the children play safely in the playground. The more energetic will enjoy the hiking and cycling tracks beginning at the entrance to the site. Furthermore, in the neighbourhood there is horse riding, mountain bikes for hire, and canoes for hire for trips down the Aveyron. This part of France is less known, but well worth stopping for and investigating further.