Our Best Campsites In Midi-Pyrénées
Make the most of southern France’s most stunning natural area by opting for a camping holiday in the Midi-Pyrénées. We have a bounty of great campsites to choose from that allow you to easily explore the region’s natural and manmade attractions.
Stay within throwing distance of the immense Millau Viaduct at Millau Plage, which also has an outdoor pool area and a position near the stunning Tarn Valley. For those that like indulging in kayaking and other water sports, Rieumontagné is ideal as it sits on the shores of Lake Laouzas.
Val de Cantobre offers 4* camping in the midst of wonderful nature and boasts an inviting swimming pool with dramatic views of the encapsulating mountains.
Popular places to visit while camping in Midi-Pyrénées
The Midi-Pyrénées region is situated in the South of France, sharing a border with several of Spain’s northern states. This helps make it one of the sunniest places in the country and the perfect pick for an outdoorsy vacation.
Camping holidays in the Midi-Pyrénées give you a fantastic sense of variety and freedom. Take in the fresh air with hikes in every corner of the region - from the Massif Central Mountains to the Pyrénées National Park - along over 30,000km of designated hiking trails suitable for all capabilities.
If you want a break from all that fresh air and those glorious panoramas, Toulouse is a wonderful city to explore that has both heritage and contemporary cultural draws. Nearby walled Carcassonne is also a memorable spot that is commonly included in one of the stages of the iconic Tour de France.
Things to do when camping in Midi-Pyrénées
Enjoy a wander around Toulouse to take in the city’s pretty pink buildings and lively atmosphere. The space museum le Cite de l’Espace is one of the top rated attractions and particularly great for kids.
If you have adventure in your blood, spending some time in the Pyrénées National Park is a must do! It stretches 100km from east to west and is a haven for walkers.
Those with a head for heights will enjoy the Millau Viaduct, which currently holds the record for the world’s tallest bridge standing at 343 metres tall and links Clermont-Ferrand with Béziers and Narbonne.
Take a cable car up the peak of Puy du Sancy to enjoy stunning views over the Massif Central Mountains. If you prefer to keep your feet closer to the ground, the historic Capucin funicular is the oldest example of its kind in France.
The Volcans d'Auvergne Natural Regional Park is situated to the north of the Midi Pyrénées and is known for its volcanoes. The park is the largest in France and fantastic for hiking, biking and exploring nature.