Based around a converted 17th-century watermill, Moulin de Laborde has been created by the van Bommel family to provide a tranquil and uncommercial campsite for the whole family to enjoy. Bordered by woods, hills and a small river, there are 90 flat and grassy pitches, all of at least 100 sq.m. with 6/10A (Europlug) electricity. A variety of pretty shrubs and trees divide the pitches and provide a moderate amount of shade. A gate at the back of the site leads walkers onto a Grande Randonée footpath which passes through the village of Montcabrier, 1 km. away.
A small lake with rafts and rowing boats and an adventure-type play area with rope bridges and ‘death slide’ will keep children amused, whilst parents can relax in the charming courtyard area which houses the bar and restaurant.