Camping le Roc Qui Parle
France, Midi-Pyrénées, Aveyron, Nant
- +33 5 65 62 22 05
- 1 April - 30 September.
Alan Rogers Review
Le Roc qui Parle is a quiet campsite overlooking the River Dourbie and ideal for those looking for peace and tranquillity in this beautiful and rugged part of the Grandes Causses in Aveyron. There are 87 good sized pitches of which 79 are for touring, with 6A electricity and separated by trimmed hedges, and most have shade. The only sounds one can hear are the birds singing and the gentle flow of the river, well known for its excellent trout fishing. The site is ideal as a stop off point on your way south to Spain or returning north, via the A75.
A perfect place for those who appreciate silence and simplicity without any organised activities. The spectacular Millau Bridge, where you can visit the information centre, is just 20 km. away. Roquefort has a visitor centre where you can also see the caves where the cheese is matured.
Two traditional sanitary blocks, one with facilities for disabled visitors. Washing machine. Fresh bread, essentials, ice-cream and games in reception. Boules. Football. Fishing/bathing in river. Play area on stones/pebbles well away from river. Fitness trail 2.5 km. along the river and around the farmer’s fields. Gîte and mobile home accommodation to rent.
LocationFrom the north and south on the A75 take exit 47 onto D999 signed Nant. Entering village take D991 for a further 3 km. Site on right. Link to campsite location map on google
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