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On a stay at our campsites in Millau, discover the first town in France of more than 20,000 inhabitants entirely located in the heart of a Regional Natural Park. With direct access to the various Causses (limestone plateaus) linked to the Massif Central, Millau is the ideal starting point for lovers of outdoor holidays. From the town of Millau, you will be able to explore the Causse de Sévérac, Sauveterre, Méjéan and the Causse Rouge, as well as Larzac and Cévennes that lie a little further afield.

Camping holidays in Millau

During your camping holiday in Aveyron, take the time to visit Millau, a lovely town surrounded by natural wonders and blessed with numerous architectural and historical sights. Millau sets the scene for truly memorable outdoor escapes where campers can enjoy hiking, climbing or canoeing trips.

At our campsites in Millau, you will be able to enjoy pleasant living spaces in our modern mobile homes, as well as excellent facilities including swimming complexes with outdoor pools, paddling pools and a splash playgrounds. Our campsites in Millau also allow you to enjoy many sporting activities such as table tennis, pétanque, canoeing, paragliding and paddleboarding.

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Millau Plage

Midi-Pyrénées | Millau
7.5/10 (45 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Brand new for 2018Pleasant, shaded campsite3km from MillauLocated on the banks of the Tarn
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Val de Cantobre

Midi-Pyrénées | Nant
7.3/10 (49 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Picturesque with amazing viewsGreat area for canoeing and walkingIdeal for nature enthusiastsLong-ti...
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(1) Amendments up to 14 days before arrival without giving any reason are only valid for campsites with the Vacanceselect or Tohapi logo and for accommodation with the blue tent symbol. Any amendments made within six weeks of departure, the holiday cost applied will be at the same or where applicable, at a higher rate. Please note, for 2023 holidays, free amendments can be made up to 14 days before arrival. (2) If it is not possible to travel to your holiday destination, it is possible to change to another campsite or period free of charge from 10 days before arrival. If you want to change to another destination, this only applies to accommodation with the blue Vacanceselect logo. These can be found on the campsite page in the accommodation overview. If, according to the DFA, it is not possible to travel to your holiday destination 10 days before arrival, you are entitled to a full refund (of course, in this case you can also change your booking free of charge as described above). If we have to cancel your holiday because of circumstances relating to COVID-19, you will receive a full refund.
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What are our best campsites in Millau?

In the town of Millau, discover 4-star Campsite Millau Plage, a brilliant resort located north of the town on the banks of the Tarn river. Blending in very well with the natural setting of the region, the campsite allows you to enjoy many activities by the river. Millau Plage also features a children's club and a horse-riding centre. If you want to explore the city and the region by bike, you can rent bicycles at reception.

Holidaymakers can choose from a large number of accommodation options at Campsite Millau Plage, including mobile homes for 4 to 6 people with 2 or 3 bedrooms. In Aveyron, we also offer campsites in the towns of Saint-Geniez-d'Olt, Saint-Amans-des-Cots, Pont-de-Salars and Nant.

What to do during your camping holiday in Millau?

In addition to the famous Millau Viaduct, the city has a rich history dating back over 2000 years. The centre of Millau can be discovered quite easily on foot or by bike, and makes for a relaxing place to explore in France. At the tourist office, you can opt for a guided tour of the town for a greater understanding of this lovely destination.

During your visit to Millau, we recommend a stop at the Notre-Dame de l'Espinasse church, a building dating from the 12th century which would have once preserved part of Christ's crown of thorns. Millau is also famous for its belfry which also dates from the 12th century. The best thing is to climb to the top of the belfry to be able to enjoy the view of the Tarn and the viaduct.

Another worthwhile attraction to discover is the Museum of Millau and the Grands Causses, where you can learn more about the exceptional region that surrounds the town. The museum features a collection of palaeontology with many fossils, such as ammonites, nautiluses, belemnites, fish and ichthyosaurs. Linked to this museum you will find an old pottery production site dating from the Gallic era called the Graufesenque. Here you will find objects that belonged to the inhabitants of Condatomagos (formerly Millau) who settled along the Tarn.

When visiting Millau, you will also have the chance to see the Pont-Vieux which has been a historical monument since 1934. This bridge served as a mill but also as a toll on the Tarn.

Millau was also the national capital of the production of leather gloves in the 1930s, a tradition that dates back to the Middle Ages and is closely linked to the production of Roquefort in the region because these two industries use the same animal for production... sheep.

If you travel a short distance from Millau, you will be able to visit the magnificent Gorges du Tarn which extend from the town of Le Rozier to Ispagnac in Lozère. These Gorges are located between the Causse Méjean and the Causse de Sauveterre, a provide the perfect place for hiking, kayaking and discovering many villages such as Hauterives, Saint-Chély, Sainte-Enimie, Prades, Castelbouc, Montbrun and Quézac.

Finally, Millau is the ideal starting point if you want to explore the Gulf of Lion more fully, particularly in the departments of Hérault, Aude and Pyrénées-Orientales, as well as the Massif Central via Cantal, Haute -Loire and the Puy-de-Dome.