Val de Cantobre is a small campsite which packs a massive punch when it comes to location, scenery and quality of facilities and activities.
Located in a beautiful setting Val de Cantobre can be found between the Cevennes national park and the Tarn Gorges in the Dourbie Valley and is very fortunate to benefit from some truly wonderful views of the surrounding hills.
Why we recommend booking Val de Cantobre:
Excellent range of activities.
Plenty of places to visit nearby.
Good swimming pool complex.
Although Val de Cantobre is a small campsite the range and quality of facilities and activities are excellent. There are plenty of sports activities such as table tennis, football and volleyball as well as a cinema and a great pool complex with 4 swimming pools, a lazy river and a selection of water slides and chutes.
Val de Cantobre is a great choice of campsite for those wanting to relax on site but it’s also perfect for those who wish to get out and explore the local area. Whether you decide to go for a stroll or hike in the mountains, hire a bike and go for a cycle in the national park or go a little further a field in your car, we’re sure that you’ll have a spectacular holiday whilst staying at Val de Cantobre campsite!
Val de Cantobre
- Opening dates: 29/04/2017 – 16/09/2017
- Campsite size: Small
- Number of pitches: 215 pitches each around 80-100m2
- Children’s clubs: N/A
- Nearest beach: N/A
- Nearest river: Direct Access
- Nearest lake: N/A
- Dogs allowed: Yes in certain accommodation types
Getting to Val de Cantobre
- Zeebrugge: 977km
- Caen Ouistreham: 849km
- Calais: 977km
- Dieppe: 851km
- Le Havre: 854km
- Oostende: 979km
- St Malo: 646km
- Roscoff: 1048km
- Santander: 744km
- Bilbao: 644km
Activities at Val de Cantobre
Four swimming pools with slides and chutes, table tennis, badminton, volleyball, tennis, basketball, cinema, football, cycle hire, boules and two playgrounds.
Please note that some activities may be chargeable.
Facilities at Val de Cantobre
WiFi, restaurant, take away, mini market, bar, children’s disco, family disco, adult’s disco, animation team, games room, tv room, washers, dryers, baby changing facilities and baby baths.
Booking Val de Cantobre…
Booking Val de Cantobre is quick and easy with Go Camp France.
The campsite can be booked through a number of our featured companies including Eurocamp. You can find out more about each of the companies by clicking on the relevant link above or if you’d like to find out what each company can offer you for Val de Cantobre then please use the relevant button below.
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Days out and sightseeing
Whilst staying at Val de Cantobre campsite why not find out what the local area has to offer. Exploring nearby towns and places of interest is a great way of making the most of your holiday in France.
Read on to find out more about some of the great things you can enjoy nearby!
Antipodes Tree Adventure
The Antipodes Tree Adventure course can be found along the Tarn river near to Millau approximately 27km to the northwest of Val de Cantobre campsite. This wonderful adventure centre offers visitors of all ages and abilities the chance to find out why the Ardeche region of France is so popular with those looking for a little bit of adventure in the great outdoors. The park offers a variety of workshops and courses with zip lines, rope courses, bridges and rope climbs to excite you. There is also a range of other amazing activities available including rock climbing, mountain biking, canoeing, canyoning and much, much more. We recommend you contact the park prior to attending.
Those happy to travel a little further a field for a day out should think about visiting Montpellier. Located around 95km to the southeast of Val de Cantobre, Montpellier is a vibrant city which is filled with French history and culture.
One of the largest cities in France, Montpellier lies on the south coast and dates back to medieval times. The cities university ensures Montpellier is kept up to date and exciting with a great variety of shops, bars, restaurants and cafes. For those looking to find out a little more about the city’s history a trip to the oldest botanical gardens in France, the 16th century Jardin des Plantes should be on your list along with a walk along the 17th Century Promenade de Peyrou which offers some great views with the Chateau d’Eau at it’s far end, where water used to enter the city along the St Clement aqueduct.
The city’s main attraction however is it’s Place de la Comedie. This wide, oval town square is filled to the brim with pleasant places where you can sit and enjoy some of the local delicacies whilst you relax and watch the world go by.
Millau is a beautiful town which lies at the junction of the Dourbie and Tarn rivers approximately 28km to the west of Val de Cantobre campsite.
The original settlement at Millau was in the hills and dates back over 3000 years and was relocated to it’s current location in the 1st or 2nd century BC.
With such a long history it’s not surprising that there are many interesting and historical places to visit when in Millau. Some of these include the Beffroi, a 12th century belfry that is topped with an octagonal tower which was constructed in the 17th century and the 13th century Passage du Pozous which is a fortified gateway.
One of the most popular reasons to visit Millau is it’s viaduct which was opened in 2004. Although fairly new this monstrous bridge is the worlds highest road bridge and attracts visitors from around the world. A visit to the viaduct is well worth the time however please note that a toll is payable on crossing.
Parc National des Cevennes
The Parc National des Cevennes is the largest of the seven national parks in France and offers visitors a whole wealth of fauna and flora to explore. Covering around 913 square kilometres, the park encompasses over 250 villages and is home to three outstanding caves being Dargilan, Bramabiau and Aven Armand which attract a vast number of visitors each year.
The park is highly popular with those wishing to explore nature on foot or by bicycle. There are a huge variety of different animals, plant and birds who call the park home including hoopoes, buzzards, a variety of eagles, kites, peregrines and even griffon vultures. The main visitor’s centre for the Cevennes national park is located in the old Chateau at Florac which lies approximately 66km to the northeast of Val de Cantobre campsite and should be your first port of call.
Wherever you decide to explore whilst camping at Val de Cantobre campsite we hope you have a wonderful time. To get directions to any of the places mentioned above download and use our Free Camping France App!
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