Welcome to L'équipe de L'Air du Lac
Enjoy a fresh air holiday on the banks of our lake
The campsite is located within a leisure and water sports park set around a lake where you can enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside and nearby fishing lake whilst your kids have fun in the lake with its diving board and water slide. Further afield, you can visit the châteaux and churches of Haute-Vienne and Limoges, France’s porcelain, enamel and stained glass capital where modern creativity meets with age-old tradition.
The main lake and smaller fishing lake
Fun summer activities for all the family
Spacious, shady pitches
Lake (direct access)
Free WiFi across the campsite
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Beach volleyball court
Pond (direct access)
In a quiet, countryside setting close to local shops, the lake offers a wide range of activities including swimming and sunbathing, fishing, picnics, entertainment and local fêtes which enliven the park opposite the campsite.
Château de Lastours – Visit the château during the day or take one of the organised night-time "Images, Torches et Lumières" tours with medieval characters to show around and explain their world and costumes.
Atelier Musée de la Terre in Saint-Hilaire-les-Places – This museum-cum-workshop invites you to explore the ancient craft of tile making. La Rousseille serpentine heath – Explore this remarkable geological habitat on a nature walk across the heath.
Terra Aventura adventure course in Saint-Hilaire (the Limousin’s very own version of geo-caching) – Have fun and explore Saint-Hilaire-les-Places thanks to this unusual treasure hunt as you travel the length and breadth of the commune in a bid to answer a set of riddles which, once solved, will lead you to the cache – the treasure. On the way, stop at one or two of the local producers. Approx. 1h30. Suitable for families/all ages.
Sentiers des Carrières – A 27 km sign-posted circuit that you can travel on foot, on horseback or by bicycle (shorter routes also available). The walk takes in Saint-Hilaire-les-Places, the village of Le Vieux Saint-Hilaire and various other hamlets, passing through woodland and along country lanes.