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Camp Vallee Du Tarn

Les Bourdaries, 81340 Courris France
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Free parking
Public wifi
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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We stayed in their luxury bell tent and had a lovely and relaxing time. Everything we needed was included in the tent, from cooking equipment to fresh coffee. Erik and Monique are extremely helpful, coming round for bread and croissant orders in the morning and driving us to and from our canoe trip. The surrounding countryside is beautiful and the local town Ambialet is stunning and worth a visit. Live music on wednesday nights in August too so we got to see a great swing band. John and Victoria
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Response from Dreamer27345066223, Eigenaar at Camp Vallée Du Tarn
Responded Aug 18, 2019
Hope to meet again, John & Victoria. We loved to have you around! :-D
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We stayed here for 3 nights in May. The new Dutch owners, Erik and Monique, are really helpful and friendly. We had great burgers cooked by Erik and the weekly barbecue was delicious and excellent value. The site itself is quiet and peaceful with views from each pitch of the Tarn. Lots of birds including eagle owls and nightingales. Spotlessly clean facilities. Good for cycle trips along the Tarn and to Albi. If you want lots of holiday camp type activities this site is probably not for you, but if you’re looking for a peaceful, beautiful site in an interesting area then I’d highly recommend a stay.
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Response from relax_campvallee, Eigenaar at Camp Vallée Du Tarn
Responded May 26, 2019
So glad you finaly heard the nightingales :) Thank you for your kind words. We hope to welcome you again, some day! Have a great summer! E & M
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Stayed at this beautifully located campsite for a week at the end of April. Despite the weather a great stay in a nice spot right on the Tarn. The sanitairy was renewed in 2017 and meets all requirements, functional and clean. A few times took advantage of the opportunity to eat a meal at the campsite that is passionately prepared by the owner; tasty and not expensive. The area is perfect for walking and cycling (with gears of course) and to visit various cities in the area (Albi, Cordes-sur-Ciel, Roquefort-sur-Soulzon). In Roquefort you can visit the caves and cheese factory of this special type of cheese. The nature in the area is still authentic with special plants (gamander broomrape, various orchids) and birds (black kite, eagle owl, golden oriole, nightingale) directly at or near the campsite. In short: a must!
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I know it may not be ‘à point’ to review campsites on here but we spent a couple of nights in this amazingly peaceful campsite (admittedly, just before high season), which was timed perfectly with Ambialet’s two-day annual blues festival. The village is a ten minute stroll along the Tarn and the campsite itself steps gently down to the river, where you can hire a canoe or just have a swim. The recently refurbished shower and toilet block was spotless and Daniela and Geoff, who run the site, simply can’t do enough to help - even to the extent of re-freezing cool bag ice blocks and bringing a cup of coffee over in the morning! And the music was fabulous.
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Camp Vallee Du Tarn has a piece of our hearts, making it hard to put into words. We spent 12 days surrounded by stunning wildlife, nature and swimming in the Tarn. Even the showers were an experience, with the glisten of sunshine and treetops coming over the gorgeous wooden doors, you were always within gazing distance of Mother Nature. This isn't just a "camp site" this is a place for all those seeking wonderlust. It's a place to explore, reconnect with nature and to delve into the community surrounding it. You can blend you stay to suit you, adventure seekers can take a kayak safari, hike up the trails, wander into the quaint and traditional Ambialet for ice cream after or go further afield and explore Albi. We did some of the above but found everything we needed on foot, waking up on our exceptionally large pitch, swanning around on the Tarn in the kayaks kindly available for use, reading in our hammock (purchased by Daniela from a fair trade company ensuring all who made it receive a salary and benefits) and cooking under the trees. The stars at night are somewhat mythical unless you see them with your own eyes. We can't leave a review without mentioning the inspiring and welcoming Geoff and Daniela, they have created a haven here and they welcome you into it with open arms. It's a sanctuary for all travellers, to experience a wild camping feel with eco friendly and exceptionally clean facilities. They give off a vibe that's infectious, their love for nature, animals and their community cradles you in so you feel like you have always been a part of this corner of paradise. To all travellers, explorers and eco souls this is a place that must be added to your list.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Camp Vallée Du Tarn
Which popular attractions are close to Camp Vallée Du Tarn?
Nearby attractions include Eglise Notre Dame d'Alban (4.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Camp Vallée Du Tarn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a lounge, free parking, and breakfast.
What food & drink options are available at Camp Vallée Du Tarn?
Guests can enjoy a lounge and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Camp Vallée Du Tarn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Camp Vallée Du Tarn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Logis Hotel Restaurant du Pont, Hostellerie Les Lauriers, and Restaurant la Source.
Is Camp Vallée Du Tarn located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Courris.
Are pets allowed at Camp Vallée Du Tarn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Is Camp Vallée Du Tarn accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.