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Visits and tourist sites around the campsite

From the campsite you can discover all the charms of our region:

  • An immersion in a preserved and wild nature with its grandiose spaces: the Gorges du Tarn, the Causses Méjean and Sauveterre, the Cévennes, the Mont-Lozère, etc.
  • The discovery of a particular fauna: vultures, Przewalski horses, Gévaudan wolves, bison, etc.
  • Visiting prestigious and unique places: Aven Arman, Dargilan cave, typical villages with different architectures, the Millau viaduct, rocky chaos, etc.
    To organize your vacation and allow you to discover the diversity and richness of our region, we offer various links to sites that we recommend.


After a funicular descent allowing easy access, the visit to Aven Armand will take you over 100 meters underground to discover one of the purest jewels in the history of mankind – The Aven Armand is a unique and magical place, it is one of the most beautiful caves in France.

The Dargilan Cave

The Dargilan Cave located in Meyrueis, south of the Lozère, captivates with its impressive dimensions and the variety of its concretions with very accentuated natural colors. Thus called the pink cave, the Dargilan cave allows an exceptional visit to a site classified as World Heritage by UNESCO (Causses and Cévennes).

Caussenarde Farm

Eco-museum of former peasant life on the Causse Méjean.

Le Vallon du Villaret

Walk on the water, make music with marbles, cross the river like tarzan, try to take off an airplane, move in complete darkness, discover works of art in the middle of nature… let yourself be surprised by installations unique miles from classic parks!


It is a dwelling-sculpture, exhibition spaces (interior and exterior), these are play sculptures, everything is to be observed, discovered, experienced.

Panorama du Roc des Hourtous

In a pastoral and wild environment, the Roc des Hourtous offers an exceptional landscape. At the edge of the Causse Méjean, the belvedere takes shape below the narrowest part of the Gorges du Tarn: Les Détroits. You can watch the flight of vultures, admire the magnificent sunsets around a refreshment or a good meal on the Roc’s terrace.

CévennesNational Park

The non-motorized hike, practiced in all its forms, is the mode of discovery of the National Park which allows the best to appreciate the beauty of the landscapes and the purity of the natural elements, to feel the spirit of the places, and to make real meetings with people who live on the territory. Rich with 5,000 km of marked trails, 400 km of horse riding tracks and 500 km of mountain bike circuits

Millau Viaduct

In this 220 m² space, immerse yourself in the world of this giant of concrete and steel. Immersive show, augmented model, virtual reality headset, an unforgettable experience!

The cellarsof Roquefort Société

Omnipresent nature has created a setting in the basement, which has given birth, thanks to the symbiotic work of Man and nature, to the Caves Roquefort Société. Even today, the refining of Roquefort AOP Société is still carried out in these cellars with unique architecture. Today, the Caves Société welcome more than 100,000 visitors each year, while remaining active.

The city of stones in Montpellier-le-Vieux

An imaginary city designed by nature to discover by walking, traveling (small train), playing (Explor’Game), climbing (via ferrata) or simply in reverie mode …

The House of Vultures

At the Maison des Vautours, discover and observe these majestic birds and their fabulous history! A 500 m² museum, a video transmission room, an observation deck, access to a unique panorama.

European Bison Reserve

On more than 200 hectares of natural forest areas, the European bison of Margeride evolve in semi-freedom in the heart of a diverse and varied fauna, the wild reserve has equipped passages which encourage the circulation of other wild animals ( deer, roe deer, wild boar, hare …)

The Gévaudan Wolf Park

Located in the heart of the former province of Gévaudan, near Marvejols, the wolf park of Gévaudan brings together, on a wooded area of several hectares, more than 130 wolves evolving in semi-freedom, originating from Mongolia, Poland, Canada and Siberia.

Przewalski horses

The Takh association is dedicated to conservation based on scientific knowledge, it integrates both the reintroduction of the last wild horse, the conservation of the Mongolian steppe, and the improvement of the life of Mongolian breeders.