Campsite “Fargogne” is perfectly situated to discover some of the most picturesque French villages and towns.
This village with its two castles on the very top of a rocky hill dominates the river Aveyron. Its history and heritage, the wooden or stone houses, the towers and the gates will charm the visitor. Bruniquel is also a stop on the road to Compostela.
From the campsite it takes 10’ to reach Bruniquel by car.
Situated in the middle of the “gorges de l’ Aveyron” with its deeply carved valleys, this town is the regional center of all kinds of activities in the wild nature, such as canoe-kayak.
You can also walk in the typical little streets where tens of artisans show their artistic skill. Every Sunday morning, between 7 and 13 o’clock, there is a farmer’s market in the medieval center. It’s one of the best markets in the region thanks to the many local vendors.
From the campsite it takes 25’ to reach Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val by car.
A castle, a fortified medieval castle and a charming village – a true “eagle’s nest”. Steep little streets lead to the castle on the top. From there the visitor has an amazing view on the wild nature in the “Grévigne” forest and the Aveyron river in the valley below.
From the campsite it takes 21’ to reach Penne by car.
Albi with its magnificent “Sainte-Cécile” cathedral and the “La Berbie” palace where the art-lover can visit the “Toulouse-Lautrec” museum. On the river Tarn there is a possibility to sail on a gabar, a typical old boat.
Toulouse, named “la ville rose” or the pink city. The city is very important in the space industry.
Cahors, Rocamadour, and so many others.