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Your camping holidays in Gorges du Tarn

Whitewater enthusiast? Nature-lover? The Gorges du Tarn, a UNESCO World Heritage site in the heart of the Grands Causses regional nature reserve, is the perfect place for you! Take home some truly unforgettable memories of your holiday here with the family. Travel the famous Gorges by canoe, 53km of enchantment with fabulous scenery at every turn. Hiking and mountain bike trails, via ferrata, climbing, caving, canyoning and many other outdoor sports also await in this unique natural area. Awesome!

In the heart of the Lozère, sample the traditional local gastronomy of this very special area of France:  Roquefort and Pélardon cheeses, local charcuterie and, of course, the regional speciality known as aligot.

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Camping Montpellier Le Vieux
Montpellier le Vieux
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Camping Mende
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Camping Florac
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Sainte Enimie

Florac, Mende, Sainte-Enimie… Discover the typical towns of the Lozère!

If you love wide-open spaces, the Cévennes National Park is an ideal choice for your next campsite holiday! Fall under the charm of this exceptional area with its valleys, rivers and caves. Florac, capital of this famous protected area, is bound to impress. Outdoor activities, unspoilt nature and wild rivers, discover this charming little Lozère town.

Keeping ever-closer to nature, take a trip to Mende. A remarkable historic centre, Gothic cathedral, adventure tree-climbing on the high plateau above… Let the camping Nature et Rivière set the scene for a fabulous family holiday.

And why not visit one of the France’s most beautiful villages? Discover Sainte-Enimie, at the gateway to the Cévennes. Clinging to its rocky hillside, this mediaeval village offers an unbeatable view over the Gorges du Tarn. 

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In the region around The Gorges of the Tarn

For discovering Sainte-Enimie, the gorges of the Tarn, la Lozère & the surrounding region

We have selected the following links to help you organise your holidays in the gorges of the Tarn, within a radius of 40km around the campsite.

The cave of Dargilan

The Aven Armand sinkhole

Blockfield of Montpellier-le-Vieux

Abîme de Bramabiau chasm

L’Aigoual meteorological observatory

The Wolves of the Gévaudan animal park

The Bisons of Europe nature reserve

The quirky dwellings and sculptures of Utopix

Millau viaduct

The Ferme Caussenarde d'Autrefois ecomuseum

The vulture lookout point

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