Camping Le Plô is in the small village of Le Bez at an altitude of 600 m, at the heart of the Sidobre region. Le Plô is a small, friendly, family site with a recently built swimming pool and good paddling pool. It is a good base for those seeking a quiet holiday in a traditional, rural setting. There are 65 large, grassy pitches, 45 with electrical connections (6A), some with shade from mature trees. During peak season, a number of sports tournaments are held including a popular football series. Table tennis is popular and the site’s friendly Dutch owner is always keen for a game.
Sidobre forms a part of the Haut Languedoc Regional Nature Park and is largely made up of granite mountains, which supply over half the granite currently used in France. Quarrying used to be a very important activity, but is much diminished. Instead, the region is now best known for the quality of its mountain footpaths and stunning countryside. Le Bez is a tiny village with few amenities, but the nearby riverside town of Brassac has a good range of services, and a Sunday market in July and August.