Camping le Plô
France, Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn, Le Bez
- +33 5 63 74 00 82
- 1 May - 30 September.
Alan Rogers Review
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.
One central toilet block has a mixture of British and Turkish style WCs, hot showers and open style washbasins. En-suite facilities for disabled campers. Baby bath and changing facilities. Swimming pool and paddling pool (15/6-15/9). Large games room with log fire, and traditional Dutch and French games. Library. Play area. Sports field. Bicycle hire. Entertainment and activities (peak season). WiFi over part of site. Torches useful.
LocationApproaching from the west (Castres) take D822 as far as Bel Air and then continue on D80 towards Le Bez, and follow signs to site. Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N43 36 31||W2 28 18|