Camping Millau Viaduct
Visit Millau and its viaduct
Millau is a city of 20 000 inhabitants located along the river Tarn. It is within the perimeter of the Parc National Régional des Grands Causses, inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage site. Millau, made famous by its viaduct, obtained the label “ville d’art et d’histoire”, highlighting the Gallo-Roman archeological site of pottery production of the Graufesenque.
You can also climb to the top of the Belfry to enjoy the superb view of the city, its surroundings and the Millau Viaduct.
A unique work in the world combining art and modernity, in the department of Aveyron close to our camping of the lake of Bonnefon. It overlooks the Tarn valley, opening up the Massif Central. Every year, millions of vacationers use it to get to their holiday resort.
This work was born from the combination of two men, the first, Lord Norman Foster, a British architect, and the second, the chief engineer of French bridges and viaducts, Mister Virlogeux.
The Gorges of the Tarn
The Gorges du Tarn offer a magnificent spectacle with its stilting rock walls, and by raising your eyes, you will have strong chances to see the major flight of the numerous pairs of griffon vultures nesting on the rock walls.
You will be able to discover fabulous perched villages, troglodytes, classified villages along the Tarn river, sheltering under the high rocky cliffs.
You dream of sports in nature in the Tarn gorges near our aveyron campsite. Book your mobile home or bare pitch at these activities for the whole family or with friends. You will be able to discover canoe, kayak, rafting or paddle descents, the pleasure of sliding on emerald water.