Welcome to Marie-Claude & Patrick Comtat
Get back to nature on the shores of our lake.
Set between Rouergue and Quercy on the borders of the Aveyron and the Lot, the campsite nestles on the shores of a lake, popular with birds and anglers alike, and is surrounded by gently rolling hills, oak woods, dolmens and beautiful old stone houses. On site, you can take the sun by the side of the pool or try out the woodland adventure course and mini-golf. Further afield you’ll find a host of châteaux, abbeys and picturesque cliff-side villages waiting to be explored – all part of the Aveyron’s fantastic natural and historic heritage.
A quiet natural setting ideal for relaxing
Close to the Lot valley and the Aveyron gorges
Woodland adventure course and mini-golf on site
Heated covered pool
Free WiFi across the campsite
Rental accommodation accessible to people with reduced mobility
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Restaurant and Snack bar
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Beach volleyball court
Mister Flower Club
Take the 20-minute drive to the little village of Cajarc where you can wander through the narrow streets and admire its heritage sites including the elegant ironwork bridge that spans the River Lot. It also offers a small lake with water sports facilities.
A candle-lit night-time guided tour of the listed Château Larroque-Toirac (July and August ).
A short 10-minute drive from the campsite, the former royal bastide of Villefranche-de-Rouergue contains various historic monuments including the Collegiate Church of Our Lady in the Place Notre-Dame. La Forteresse de Najac, just 40 min from the site, boasts two fine towers set on a rocky outcrop above the River Aveyron. Saint-Cirq-Lapopie (30 min), elected one of France’s most beautiful villages, clings to the limestone bluffs above the Lot valley.
Walk or cycle around the Lac de Bannac and visit the bird observatory or to the fortified Abbaye de Loc-Dieu (5km) where you can visit the grounds and take a guided tour of the buildings.
Drive out to the Saut de la Mounine viewpoint at Saujac, then on to Foissac with its prehistoric cave (1h guided tour), before returning via the old bastide town of Villeneuve.
A day relaxing on the banks of the lake, a picnic and a fishing trip: what better way to spend your holiday? You’ll find all this and more at Marie-Claude and Patrick’s Lac aux Oiseaux campsite. Just a stone’s throw from the site, the lake offers a range of outdoor leisure activities – including fishing – in a quiet and relaxing natural setting. Further afield, you’ll find the Lot valley and the Aveyron gorges just waiting to be explored.