Camping Saint Pal
France, Midi-Pyrénées, Aveyron, Mostuéjouls
- 05 65 62 64 46
- Open (touring pitches):
- 6 June - 31 August.
Alan Rogers Review
Saint-Pal is ideally situated on the approach road to the Gorges du Tarn, so access to the site is easy. This small, very neat site is run by a very friendly family and is aimed at those who prefer peace and quiet and less in the way of organised activity. Beside the Tarn river, the site is arranged in the open valley and is fairly flat. There are 74 large, level, grassy pitches, with 58 for touring. Separated by hedging, most are shaded by mature trees and 6/10A electricity is available. Some pitches are alongside the attractive river.
This is a wonderful area for touring, cycling, mountain biking, flowers and birds of prey. Activities such as canoeing, rafting, caving, walking in the trees, rock climbing and bungee jumping are possible. There is a lot to see and do in this area including the new Millau viaduct, designed by Norman Foster, and the Observatory for Vultures at Gorges de la Jonte. In addition to the touring pitches (6/10 electricity) on the main site, Longue Legue park, 40 m. away, offers 30 additional pitches for those seeking total peace and quiet.
One very clean, modern toilet block with good facilities includes a room for babies and campers with disabilities. Motorcaravan services. Small shop. Bar/restaurant and takeaway (July/Aug). Small swimming pool (all season). Play area, TV/games room. River bathing, boating and fishing. Organised walks and low key entertainment (July/Aug) but no musical events. Bicycle hire. Free WiFi in bar area.
- Bicycle Hire on Site
- Lake/River Beach Onsite
- Riding Nearby
- Outdoor Pool on Site
- Shop on Site
- Takeaway Food
- TV on Site
- Small Site
Leave A75 at exit 44, north of Millau. Take N9 south for 14 km. to Aquessac. Turn left on D907 and site is on right in 14 km. just before village of Le Rosier.
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Latitude Longitude 44.19585 3.199717
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