Welcome to Séverine & Philippe
Come and visit our little corner of the spectacular Aveyron.
Set in the heart of the Aveyron Gorges, the site is ideally placed for a range of outdoor activities including canoeing and kayaking, climbing (traditional and via ferrata), mountain biking and paragliding. Close by you can stroll through the narrow streets of Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val, visit the impressive Roc d’Anglars or tour the beautifully conserved medieval villages of Cordes-sur-Ciel, Bruniquel and Saint-Cirq-Lapopie. Back on site, you can swim and play in the heated pool with its water games or take a refreshing dip in the River Aveyron. And in the evening you’ll find a programme of shows, dances and concerts to keep you busy. Whether you’re holidaying with family, friends or as a couple, you’ll love the stunning scenery and picturesque villages of Aveyron.
The riverside location and magnificent stone buildings.
The large, shady pitches.
The medieval village with its famous bell tower just 1 km away.
River (direct access)
Heated outdoor pool
Free WiFi dedicated zone
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Fresh bread delivered daily
The market at Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val, held every Sunday morning. The Quercy Vert discovery trail with its duck and geese farms, vineyards, orchards and goat’s cheese - every Tuesday.
Paragliding discovery from Roc d’Anglars with an outstanding view of the Gorges de l’Aveyron. Le Bosc cave.
Cordes-sur-Ciel, a major site of European medieval history (30 km). The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Albi (50 km).
22-kilometre tour: Le Bosc (converted cave), Gautier, Quergoale, the Fe?neyrols spring, the suspension bridge, the scenic route.
7-kilometre tour: the old village of Caylus, the “Valle?e des Moulins” (Windmill Valley), then back through the Bonnette Valley, Cas Castle tour, former Templars Commandery, and Beaulieu Abbey tour, La Seye, Verfeil, Arnac.
Try a holiday at this shady, riverside campsite and explore the Aveyron region and its famous gorges. Just three minutes by bike from the campsite you’ll find the start of a 42km cycle path which will keep you and your family or friends busy for a good afternoon as you explore the landscape and old stone buildings of the Aveyron. You can also try your hand at the water sports offered on the river or simply settle down for a rest in the sun. Cyclists can be sure of a good welcome here as Les Gorges de l’Aveyron has been an “Accueil vélo” campsite since 2016.
Set amid some fine stone buildings on the banks of a gentle river, Les Gorges de l’Aveyron makes a great place to stay in the heart of the beautiful French countryside. Guests can take to the water in a kayak or on a stand-up paddle board – with fun and games guaranteed for all the family – or sit back, relax and listen to the river as it burbles through the campsite. Further afield, the medieval towns and villages of the Aveyron open up a world of historical and architectural heritage.