Val de Cantobre

from £18.65 to £60.55 Per unit


  • A great site for walking

    Top site for walking

  • Campsites ideally located for experiencing local culture

    Great site for culture

  • Campsites with swimming pools and/or play areas

    Great site for pools & play areas

Simply an exceptional site...

A stunning hillside setting in a beautiful area, with facilities of the highest standard overlooking the Dourbie gorge and river valley. An idyllic setting, any time of the season, with wonderful views from many pitches. You can choose just to relax on site, or take part in one of the many activity and sightseeing trips organised on site. Birdwatchers are in for a treat with many birds of prey that can be seen in the area.

Owned bt the RCN group and run by the Jeroen & Ellen Knip; sister site to La Bastide en Ardèche and La Ferme du Latois.

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A75 (La Cavalerie and Nant exit) 12 miles, Millau 21 miles, Montpellier 67 miles. Traditional Cévennes-style facilities set around a 12th century farmhouse.

Local transport (2017): None available in the area


Steep terraced site with superb views over valley, but terraces easily accessible by good roadways; pitches open and part-shaded; all with 10A electricity.


Low season
Popular, comfortable, idyllic base for the unspoilt Aveyron/Cevennes region.

High season
Paradise for active families, nature lovers and walkers; excellent activities programme.

Worth noting
- 2019, 1.7-31.8 maximum unit length 7.5m (longer units on request)

- 2019, minimum stay 2 nights all season

- BBQs permitted (not electric)

- Dogs welcome (maximum 1 per pitch)

- Please note that some facilities may not be available for the full opening period of the campsite

- Fridge hire

- THE SITE BARRIER is open from 0700 to 2230

Site Accessibility

Dedicated accessible facilities

Ramp to reception. Small step to bar. Ramp to restaurant. Special gate to swimming pool. Special male and female bathrooms including: shower with grab rails and seat; washbasin with grab rails; raised wc with grab rails. Steeply terraced terrain with tarmac main routes, other paths of compacted or loose gravel.


Val de Cantobre has the following facilities on or around the site.

  • Outdoor pool, waterslide, 40-metre toboggan, Jacuzzi, paddling pool

    Outdoor pool, waterslide, 40-metre toboggan, Jacuzzi, paddling pool

  • Shop


  • Multisports court

    Multisports court

  • Wildlife guide on site from end of May to mid-June

    Wildlife guide on site from end of May to mid-June

  • Private river beach

    Private river beach

  • Washing machines and dryers

    Washing machines and dryers

  • Bar, restaurant, snacks and take-away

    Bar, restaurant, snacks and take-away

  • Play area

    Play area

  • Activities and entertainment

    Activities and entertainment

  • Mountain bike hire

    Mountain bike hire

  • Modern wash blocks, one recently renovated

    Modern wash blocks, one recently renovated

  • Wi-fi on pitches (free)

    Wi-fi on pitches (free)


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Large site, set on a hillside, which has been terraced to allow for reasonably flat camping.

This review is for Val de Cantobre

Large site, set on a hillside, which has been terraced to allow for reasonably flat camping. pitches. Access to pitches was quite easy. Excellent sanitary facilities, which were kept very clean. Included a special room for children, with showers where the shower tray was raised off the ground, making it easy for parents to shower little ones. The pool was welcome in the hot weather, there was a main pool, children�s pool and a couple of slides. There is a well stocked site shop, with fresh (as opposed to UHT) milk, meat vegetables etc., a bar and a restaurant. Croissants and bread available in the mornings, need to be reordered on the first few days, but as the site got busier this was dispensed with, and there were plenty available. Being set on a hillside it was a walk uphill to the toilets and pool, and up and down steps in other directions. The site was run by Dutch company ACN, which accounted for the fact that by the second week, the majority of campers were Dutch, with French, English etc in the minority. One nice touch was that staff name badges also had a flag showing which languages they spoke. There is a lot to do and see in the area. Various gorges, The Cirque de Navecelles, The Templar towns, Millau and the Viaduct. You can take a boat trip down the river underneath the viaduct. The site provided information on local attractions, including driving tours with directions and walking routes.

  • Towing: Moderate
  • Location: Country
  • Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Active break,Younger couples
  • Friendliness: 5
  • Cleanliness: 5
  • Facilities: 5


Sites often charge for an additional vehicle, including a car towed by a motorhome. You should also expect to pay extra for pets and awnings.
We only charge you for extra equipment if the site charges us.

Solo campers may be entitled to reduced pitch fees on some sites.

Please proceed to book in order to find the latest prices, availability, or if you are looking to start your stay within less than 1 week, please call 024 7767 0375.

Contact Centre Opening Hours: 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

(Closed 1.00pm-1.30pm on Wednesday, closed Bank Holidays)

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