Welcome to Chrystelle & Thierry Moy
Enjoy a family holiday in the Aveyron on the shores of our fishing lake.
30 signposted trails offer an ideal way to explore the viaducts and gorges of the Viaur, Tarn and Aveyron rivers. Other places of interest include the Château de Bosc where Toulouse-Lautrec spent his childhood holidays and the towns of Albi, Millau and Laguiole. Visit the famous Roquefort cheese cellars and sample the local delicacy: tripoux.This well appointed site offers a wide range of facilities including a small fishing lake, a heated pool with jacuzzi and sandy beach and, of course, a paddling pool.
The lovely wooded site close to the village of Naucelle.
The chance to sample the very best of Aveyron food and drink at its markets and on local farms.
Pond (direct access)
Heated outdoor pool
Activities for teenagers
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)
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Beach volleyball court
The guided walks organised by Naucelle Tourist Office every Tuesday and Thursday morning in July and August.
Toulouse Lautrec Castle 3 km away.
The UNESCO world heritage site of Albi with its bishops’ palace, trademark red brick buildings, cathedral and the Musée Toulouse-Lautrec (41 km).
Walks organized by the Naucelle Tourist Office every Tuesday morning in July and August.
Cap Découverte | From the giant zip wire to a game of paintball, if it’s excitement you’re after Le Lac de Bonnefon close to the Cap Découverte leisure park promises thrills, spills and lots of fun. A 25-minute drive from the campsite, Cap Découverte offers 250 acres of outdoor activities and makes for an unforgettable family day out. You can also head out to sample some of the Aveyron’s wonderful food and drink or perhaps explore its fascinating historical heritage with a visit to the listed village of Sauveterre de Rouergue, surely one of the most beautiful in France. Ask at reception for more information, tickets and a leaflet about the park.
Chrystelle and Thierry await you in their little corner of paradise, the ideal holiday location for anglers and anyone who loves the great outdoors. Whether you prefer roach or carp, you’ll find a multitude of different fish species – and everything else you need for a fine day’s fishing – at Le Lac de Bonnefon. Other local sights include the world-famous Millau Viaduct, which is well worth a visit, and a host of other local attractions including the Roquefort cheese cellars and the Château du Bosc. There’s certainly no shortage of things to see and do in Aveyron! And if fishing is your favourite form of relaxation, you’ll be pleased to learn that the campsite will be organising a taster event to mark France’s annual Fête de la Pêche fishing week.