What are our best campsites in Nages?
Our best campsite in Nages is Rieumontagné, a 4* resort where the pace of life is slow, the surrounding landscapes are beautiful and the air is clean and crisp. Pitch up here to be close to the lovely lake of Laouzas and the Vebre River, where al fresco adventures can be enjoyed by the bucket load.
The campsite has everything you need for a fun family holiday in rural France, including a pleasant swimming complex comprising of a main pool and sun terrace, an outdoor playground and a selection of sports facilities. Children can answer the call of adventure by enrolling in the vibrant Kid’s Club, while grown-ups can plan family-friendly activities on the lake such as paddle boarding and pedalo boating.
As expected of a four-star resort, the campsite has a good selection of dining and shopping amenities including a restaurant with a pizzeria and takeaway service, a bar and a snack bar. One of the best services onsite is the bread delivery service.
With comfortable and spacious accommodation options set in private and peaceful emplacements, you and your family can enjoy a relaxed stay at Rieumontagné. Enjoy the fresh air, lulling sounds of nature and scenic vistas from your accommodation.
What are the best things to do while camping in Nages?
Above all else, a stay in Nages allows you to unwind and enjoy all the fruits of nature. In the immediate area around Nages, you will find the sparkling blue waters of Lake Laouzas, where an abundance of aquatic activities are offered. Enjoy swimming, kayaking, pedalo boating and paddle boarding, as well as relaxing on the small sandy beaches dotted around the shore.
The landscapes around Nages are simply stunning, and one of the best places to appreciate them is from the summit of Monts de Lacaune. Pull on a pair of sturdy boots, pack a picnic and scale the slopes of Lacaune for rewarding views of the entire area.
A little farther afield, heading south from Nages, you will find plenty more naturally breath-taking places such as the waterfalls and swimming holes of Gorges d'Héric, the hiking trails and canyons of Gorges de Colombières and the sprawling countryside of the Parque Natural Regional Haut-Languedoc.