An important choice of activities are available to you to make the most of the Parc Naturel des Causses du Quercy.
Hiking from the campsite!
The Lot is the paradise for hikers! Crossed by the way of St James of Compostelle, it offers many circuit circuits accessible at all levels. On foot, by mountain bike or on horseback, there is something for everyone.
An itinerary advised by us to go to Saint Cirq Lapopie, will allow you to admire the valley of the Lot. Several paths are accessible from the campsite: the path of the brigands, the combel of the frau, the descent to Cregols.
We specialize in hosting groups of walkers with full board or half board.
In season, we organize guided tours.
IGN maps of the area, as well as maps for family walks are at your disposal.
Myriam, the patroness who practices assiduously the hike and knows well the sector will indicate to you the most beautiful walks.
Canoeing - Kayak: The group descent of the river is proposed once a week. A playful moment in the heart of this valley of Célé, wild and intimate.
Caving: Many sites to explore for all levels.
Climbing, Adventure course, Canyonning: At about fifteen kilometers from the campsite, the spectacular limestone cliffs are the playground for climbing enthusiasts.
To do in the aera
The region is full of wonders to discover, here are some examples:
St Cirq Lapopie: one of the most beautiful villages of France, is suspended at the top of the cliffs overlooking the river Lot.
With its spectacular location, its narrow streets, its 13 listed historical monuments, its medieval shops and houses, you are immersed in the heart of history.
At the foot of the city, the mills, locks, castles, caves await you at the turn of the paths.
Free shuttle from the campsite for St Cirq Lapopie.
Climb up to the perched village of Calvignac, take a break in Carjac on the terrace of Moulino, which Coluche speaks in one of his sketches. On Sunday, visit the market of Limogne in Quercy, look for the secret beach of Crégols, and discover the home of the filmmaker Louis Malle.
On the Lot Valley, you can also discover the remarkable towns of Cahors with its Pont Valentré and its vineyards, as well as Figeac and its Champollion museum.