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Camping Tarn

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For truly memorable adventures in the midst of beautiful nature, make your escape to the gorgeous landscapes of Tarn, a lovely department of the Occitanie region. Set in an enviable location of the former Midi-Pyrénées region of southern France, Tarn is graced with an abundantly green countryside and a multitude of quaint towns, villages and hamlets all steeped in history and culture.

Our campsites in Tarn occupy fantastic rural locations and feature a wealth of facilities including recreational amenities, swimming pools, dining and shopping establishments and a great choice of accommodation.

Camping Holidays In Tarn

Whether you immerse yourself in the history and heritage of beautiful towns like Penne, Albi and Cordes-sur-Ciel or venture into the verdant landscapes of the Haut-Languedoc Regional Nature Park and the Black Mountain, you’ll have an amazing time while camping in Tarn.

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Midi-Pyrénées | Nages
8.2/10 (366 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Lovely lakeside settingSwimming pool with stunning viewsIn the heart of FrancePerfect for a relaxing...
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Midi-Pyrénées | Castelnau de Montmiral
8.1/10 (35 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
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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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Things to do when camping in Tarn

With a varying landscape in the rural confines of the department and a slew of pretty villages and towns with a wealth of history, heritage and culture, there’s so much to do while camping in Tarn An ideal destination for days filled with adventure and discovery or countless hours of peace, quiet and relaxing, Tarn caters to all types of outdoor holidays.

For those that cherish exploring the countryside, we’d recommend a day or two spent unearthing the natural wonders of the Haut-Languedoc Regional Nature Park. An area of outstanding beauty decorated with valleys, vineyards, foothills, lakes, rivers and pastureland, the park is best explored on foot or by bicycle.

With huge boulders that teeter perfectly on smaller rocks, the Sidobre massif is a mystifying area of the Haut-Languedoc Regional Nature Park that fascinates visitors. The Peyro Clabado is one such gravity defying rock formation that makes visitors scratch their heads in disbelief. The Resse Blockfield, Roc de l’Oie and Lake Merle are also popular places to experience while wandering through the park.

At the base of the Black Mountain, campers can explore lovely landscapes marked by enchanting woodland made up of densely packed pine trees and a sprawl of green countryside featuring vineyards and olive groves. At the top of the peak, climbers will benefit from striking panoramic vistas of the Pyrenees Mountains, the plains of Toulouse and the Mediterranean Sea.

Beautiful places aren’t exclusive to the countryside of Tarn, as many pretty villages, towns and hamlets stake their claim as the most picturesque places to visit in the department. One such place is Albi, a stunning red brick town with UNESCO World Heritage Status and a slew of tourist attractions including the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum, Sainte-Cecile Cathedral of Albi, Vieux pont d'Albi Bridge, Berbie Palace and , La Maison du Vieil Alby.

The Halles de Cordes-sur-Ciel, Sugar Arts Museum and Chocolate, Paradis Garden and the Charles Portal Museum are among the most notable places of interest in Cordes-sur-Ciel, a pretty town with gothic architecture and curious cobbled streets.

Cultural highlights of the department can be found in the town of Castres, which features the famous Goya Museum. Other worthwhile places to visit to delve deep into the history of the region include Monestiés, Castelnau-de-Montmiral, Penne and Puycelsi, while the botanical beauty of Gardens of Martels in Giroussens is an excellent place for horticultural enthusiasts.

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