Run by a welcoming French couple, this site is situated on the banks of the Tarn, across the river from Millau. Of medium size, the site has 235 pitches of which 185 are for touring units and the remainder for chalets. Being close to the town it has access to its services but there is also easy access for discovering the beauty and nature of the gorges. The pitches are flat, of average size, shaded under tall trees and have 6A electricity. The site is on the banks of the shallow Tarn, where a sandy beach has been created.
The site has an aquatic area with waterslides, a paved sunbathing terrace close to the reception, a well stocked shop and a bar/restaurant and takeaway. The bar opens out onto a terrace where there is a small stage for animation in high season. Millau was infamous for its tortuous route across the Tarn valley, but is now internationally famous for the spectacular viaduct which carries the A75 over the Tarn valley, designed by British architect Norman Foster. Natural sites in the area include the regional park of the Grand Causses, the Tarn, Dourbie and Jonte gorges.