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  • We remind you that shorts and bermudas are forbidden in the swimming pool, make sure you bring Swimming trunks for the men and boys
  • To hook up to electricity on your pitch you will need a European plug.
  • If you are bringing your dog with you, don't forget his vaccination certificates which must be presented in reception on arrival.

Castel le Camp de Florence
197 pitches & rentals
Le camp de florence - 32480 La Romieu
[email protected]
Languages spoken:French, English, German, Dutch
Latitude:43.9835510 ( N 43° 59’ 1” )
Longitude:0.5017660 ( E 0° 30’ 6” )

Accommodation : Arrival from 3pm - Departure : before 10am

Pitch: Arrival from 2pm - Departure : before 12 noon.

How to get to Le Camp de Florence

Getting to our campsite

By car

From Agen

Motorway A62 take exit 7. Take the D931 road towards Condom. At Ligardes turn left onto the D36 and after approximately 1 km turn right onto the D166 towards La Romieu. When you arrive in La Romieu, turn left and go through the village. As you exit the village Le Camp de Florence is on your left.

From Condom

Follow the D931 towards Agen, then take the D41 to La Romieu. In La Romieu drive through the village keeping to the main road, Le Camp de Florence is on your left as you exit the village.

From Lectoure

Take the D7 towards Condom. Turn right onto the D166 to La Romieu. When you get to the village, turn right, Le Camp de Florence is on your left as you exit La Romieu.

By train/bus

Condom coach station (13 km)

Agen TGV train station (33 km)

By air

Agen-La Garenne Airport (30 km)

Toulouse-Blagnac Airport (108 km)

Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport (200 km)

Bergerac Airport (130 km)

GPS coordinates

!#Latitude: 43.9815157

Longitude: 0.5020992#

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Nearest airports:
  • (18.7 mi, 33 min)
  • (68 mi, 1h32)
  • (76 mi, 1h54)
  • (76 mi, 1h49)
  • (80 mi, 1h52)
  • (105 mi, 1h50)
Nearest railway station:
  • (21 mi, 38 min)

parking

Please park your car on your own pitch or on the car park at the entrance to the campsite, NOT on an empty pitch. One car only is permitted per pitch; a second car may be parked on the car park.

campsite closing times

The campsite is closed to cars from 10: 00 pm until 8: 00 am. If you wish to leave early or return late, please leave your vehicle in the car park and walk to your pitch.

We are pleased to inform that that we have a recharging station for electric cars located in the second car park at the entrance to the campsite.

Reception is open from 8am to 12.30pm and from 1.30pm to 7pm.

On arrival, please report to reception.

Arrival of rental accommodation

between 3pm and 7pm. If you expect to arrive later please let us know. In the evening after 7pm, if reception is closed please ask in the bar.

Breakage/cleaning deposit for rental accommodation

On arrival we ask for a deposit of € 200 (credit card) to cover any damage or extra cleaning. In the unlikely event that there is a problem with your accommodation please inform us straight away. Your deposit will be returned to you on the day you leave after a check of your accommodation.

Number plate:

On arrival, we will ask you for the number plate of your car. This is required to activate the barriers to access the campsite. The barriers will open automatically during your stay from 8am until 10pm. To save time on arrival we suggest you send us your number plate in advance by email. We remind you that only one car is permitted per pitch. If you have a second car you may park it on the carpark at the entrance to the campsite.

Arrival camping

Between 2pm and 7pm. If you expect to arrive later please let us know. In the evening after 7pm, if reception is closed please ask in the bar.

If you have booked a Premium pitch, on arrival we will ask you for a breakage/cleaning deposit of 100 €

Susan and Cocky are happy to welcome you to their campsite and wish you a pleasant stay.

Our enthusiastic team will be delighted to help you during your stay…

Susan and Esther are at the campsite reception all year round to give you advice and information before, during and after your stay.

You can always contact them by mail or phone + 33 5 62 28 15 58

INTERNAL CAMPSITE REGULATIONS

In order to ensure that everyone has an enjoyable holiday at the Camp de Florence we ask you to respect the following:

  • In case of emergency, there is a bell to the right of the reception entrance.
  • If you have a problem, please don't hesitate to come and see us in reception. We will do our very best to help you.
  • From 22:00 until 8:00 we ask you to keep noise to a minimum. Between these times it is strictly forbidden to drive on the campsite. If you wish to leave earlier or return later you must leave your vehicle in the car park. From midnight until 7am we ask you to be silent.

- DRIVE SLOWLY – WALKING PACE

  • Park your car on your own pitch or in the car park, not on an empty pitch. One car is permitted per pitch; you may park a second car on the car park.
  • Barbecues are permitted but please have a bucket of water handy.
  • Beware of fire risks (matches in children's hands, cigarette butts, oil lamps, etc.)
  • Respect the corn and sunflower fields, don't walk through them.
  • Use the campsite paths; don't walk over somebody else's pitch.
  • Keep the campsite clean and tidy. Keep an eye on your children. When you leave make sure your pitch is free of litter, stones, washing lines etc.
  • Respect other guests. Respect the plants, flowers and trees.
  • Keep the volume down as low as possible if you listen to music or watch television. Think of your neighbors.
  • Vandalism is not tolerated. Vandals will be billed for the damage caused and evicted from the campsite.
  • Do not waste water in the sanitary blocks and please make sure your children do the same. Don't leave the remains of your meal in the sinks.
  • The water points on the campsite do not have drains; they are for filling up jerry cans only and must not be used for washing up. Don't let your children play with or waste the water.

- DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS IN THE ANIMAL PARK.

  • A maximum of 2 animals are authorized per pitch. 1st and 2nd category dogs are not permitted.
  • On arrival Reception must see your animals' passport and an up-to-date vaccination certificate.
  • Dogs and cats must be kept on a lead at all times, even on your own pitch.
  • They must be walked outside the campsite. In case of accident the fouled area must be cleaned immediately.
  • A special shower for your animals is available at sanitary block 2. It is strictly forbidden to wash your pets in the other showers or wash basins.
  • You are legally responsible for your animals; they must never be left alone on the campsite.

Complaints are not tolerated.

  • If you receive visitors, they must always sign in at reception (even if we know them).

Their car must be parked on the car park for the duration of their stay.

  • There is a visitor's tariff which must be paid before your visitors access the campsite. If you wish to pay this for them, please inform reception.
  • You will be billed for all non-declared electricity, animals, persons, visitors etc. for the complete duration of your stay and at the highest rate.
  • We are not responsible for non-transmitted messages.-

All legal disputes will be handled by the competent tribunal in the Gers as defined by the new code of civil procedure.

Sanitary Protocol Camping Le Camp de Florence

Reception: One-way traffic with signs on the ground, queue outside, supply of hydro-alcoholic gel. Disinfection of keys before and after delivery. Wearing a mask for staff, recommended for customers travelling in common areas.

Bar / Restaurant: Provision of hydro-alcoholic gel before entering public areas. Tables at a distance of one meter, not more than 10 people per table. Card dematerialized and disinfected after each customer. Wear a mask for staff and customers when leaving the table. Restaurant on reservation. Takeaway menu possible

Swimming pool: Hydro-alcoholic gel and disinfectant are available. Sun loungers are disinfected regularly. Towel or mat obligatory when using the sun loungers. Ensure a respected distance of 1 metre. Chlorine kills the virus in the pool.

Kids club: groups of maximum 10 children, participation on reservation at reception. Regular hand washing and disinfection of tables, chairs and equipment. Tables and chairs are one meter apart. Providing hydro-alcoholic gel and wearing a mask for the staff.

Playground: No rules imposed by the health authorities. Disinfection of contact points is carried out regularly. Supply of hydroalcoholic gel.

Shared sanitary facilities: Regular cleaning and disinfection. Hydro-alcoholic gel available at each entrance, 1 on 2 sinks closed, ensuring the respected distance of 1 meter…

Le Camp de Florence has large camping pitches and the rental properties are also surrounded by a large plot which means that the pitches are at a safe distance from your neighbours surrounded by beautiful nature in the least densely populated part of France.

On arrival, it is not necessary to check the inventory, you can immediately enjoy your well-deserved holiday.

If you are missing something you need, please let reception know, our team will bring you the item as quickly as possible.

Below is an overview of the inventory of the different accommodation units.

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reception

Open every day from 8: 00 until 12: 30 and from 13: 30 until 19: 00.

In the evenings if reception is closed please don't hesitate to ask in the bar.

In reception you will find the following:

Tourist information, hiking and cycling maps (that you can borrow with a 2 € deposit per map), washing machine tokens and washing powder, an iron which you may borrow free of charge, WiFi codes, postcards and a selection of local wines.

The reception also offers the following services:

  • Mail is collected from and delivered to reception every morning at approximately 11: 00 am. If you receive mail you will find it in the mail pigeon holes. The post box for sending your mail is on the outside wall of the reception
  • Various bookings (restaurant, organized entertainment, bicycle hire)
  • A safe in reception where you can leave small items of value (please seal them in an envelope with your name on)
  • We can call a doctor, a dentist or a garage for you to make an appointment

CONNEXION TO THE WIFI NETWORK

Internet on the campsite is free:

In reception you can get a ticket for internet on your pitch and around the campsite.

  • You will receive a ticket with a login and a password.
  • Connect your device to the strongest Hotzone WiFi signal. The number of the Hotzone chosen by your device can change especially if you move around the campsite. Don't worry, the WiFi will follow you!
  • The identification page should open automatically. If this is not the case open your browser and type http://www.wifi69.com in the address bar.
  • Click on “authentication by ticket”
  • Enter the login and password on the ticket, fill in your email address and click to accept the terms and conditions.

ATTENTION !

Valid for 2 devices simultaneously. The system recognizes your devices so before you connect make sure you choose which 2 devices you are going to use. If you try to connect a 3rd device it will not work even if you have disconnected the others.

If you have any problems, please contact Osmozis 0033(0)1.84.19.45.15, a technician will call you back as soon as possible. You can also send a mail to [email protected].

bread

From the end of april until the end of September we sell French bread, brown bread, “croissants”, “pains aux raisins” and “pains au chocolat” on the campsite, from 8: 00 am, either in the bar or in the reception. In the low season it is sometimes necessary to order your bread before 6: 00 pm for the following day, so please check this in reception. Continental breakfast is served in the bar and on the terrace, if possible please order your breakfast in reception the day before.

Breakfast

Breakfast is served every morning in the bar or out on the terrace where you can enjoy the early morning sun amid green leafy shrubs and colourful flowers.

Every morning our bakery service provides delicious fresh bread and pastries for a perfect start to the day.

BAR

The bar is open from april until September. Here you will find a large screen television (satellite), a pool table, table football, several board games, and a small international library. If you wish to play table tennis, the bats and balls are sold here. It is possible to freeze your cool blocks in the bar.

restaurant

The restaurant is located on the first floor of the main building (access by stairs or by lift), however it is often warm enough to eat outside on the terrace. The menus are posted at the entrance to the restaurant and in front of reception. It is open every midday and evening from april until September with the exception of Tuesdays. The restaurant is popular locally and can be fully-booked so please reserve your table beforehand in reception. If you are vegetarian or have a special diet please let us know when you make your booking. We appreciate correct dress in the restaurant.

Bistro cart every evening in June

Roast chicken take away

snack bar

The snack bar is open every evening from 6pm. In the high season it also opens at lunchtime. The opening times are posted at the snack bar. You will find a menu of the day and a wide choice of dishes, snacks and pizzas, to take away or eat on the shady terrace.

the swimming pool

The swimming pool is open from the 25nd april until the end of September from 10: 00 am until 8: 00 pm. For safety and hygiene reasons we ask you to respect the following:

  • We have lifeguard surveillance in the high season from 2: 00 pm until 7: 00 pm but please always accompany your children. Arm bands are obligatory for all non-swimmers in the pool area.
  • Please wear correct swimwear in and around the pool, topless sunbathing is not permitted. For hygiene reasons Bermuda's and shorts are not allowed.
  • The sun beds around the pool are at your disposal free of charge. They are not to be reserved by leaving a towel on them.
  • Shoes and food are not permitted around the pool area. There is a special terrace for smokers.
  • Bottles and glass are strictly forbidden in the pool area.

Mountain bike rental for adults, teens and kids at the reception.

Day rates

Bike adult/ teenager 10 €.

Children's bike small size 6 €.

Half-day rates

Bike adult/ teenager 6 €.

Children's bike small size 4 €.

Weekly rate

Children's bike small size 35 €.

Deposit: 100 €, helmet available free of charge

  • Mail is collected from and delivered to reception every morning at approximately 11: 00 am. If you receive mail you will find it in the mail pigeon holes. The post box for sending your mail is on the outside wall of the reception
domestic animals

Your cats and dogs are welcome but we ask you to respect the following:

  • Please ensure reception knows you have an animal and has seen an up to date vaccination certificate.
  • Your animals MUST be kept on a lead, even on your own pitch.
  • Please walk your animal outside the campsite for its needs or use a litter tray. In case of accident the fouled area must be cleaned immediately.
  • A special shower for your companions is available at the far sanitary block. It is strictly forbidden to wash your pets in the other showers or wash basins

entertainment

From June until mid-September, we organize a program of events and entertainment. These are posted on our entertainment board near the entrance to the swimming pool and in front of reception.

During the high season we organize a children's club and other children's entertainment. For more information, please refer to the entertainment board. Also, look out for special activities which we post on the board and at the sanitary blocks.

activities

- walks: walking routes are available in reception

- Cycling and Mountain Biking: we have routes available in reception

- Jeu de boules/Petanque: you can borrow a set of boules in reception

- Tennis: The court is located behind the football pitch. 5 € de l'heure. Please reserve in reception

- Table Tennis: bats and balls are on sale in the bar

- Outdoor fitness area in the park

- Horseriding: 18 € inscription in reception

laundry

Washing machines and tumble dryers are located at the two main sanitary blocks. Tokens for the washing machine cost 5 €, including washing powder, and are available from reception. The full washing cycle takes 30 minutes. The dryer costs 3 € for an hour. To use it, you need to put a 2 € coin and a 1 € coin in the appropriate slot

rubbish disposal

We have a rubbish depot on the car park, at the entrance to the campsite. Please sort your rubbish in the following way:

  • Yellow containers: plastic bottles, paper, cardboard, newspapers, cans, tins, cartons, aerosols…
  • Bottle banks: glass bottles and jars (without lids)

please do not put plastic bottles in the bottle bank.

  • green containers: all the other rubbish. In a closed plastic bag please.

It is strictly forbidden to put your household rubbish in the dustbins in the sanitary blocks.

protection of the environment: green key

We contribute towards the protection of the environment in many ways and we encourage you to do the same.

Our commitments :

Energy : We use low energy light bulbs and electrical appliances. The Camp de Florence utility vehicle is electric.

Water : we re-use water from the swimming pool to irrigate our shrubs and flowers. We have installed dry toilets in one of the sanitary blocks.

Waste and Rubbish : all rubbish collected on the campsite is sorted and sent to be recycled where possible. Green waste is collected and composted or shredded. Manure from our animal park fertilizes the flower beds.

Cleaning and maintenance : We use recognized biological products for cleaning, maintenance and treating our plants.

Restaurant : We choose to buy our products locally from producers who favour ecology and the protection of the environment. We recycle cooking oil.

What can you do for the environment ?

Adopt the following small gestures during your stay with us and help protect the environment:

Energy :

  • Switch off lights when you leave a room.
  • Switch off heating or air-conditioning when you open a window.

Water :

  • Let us know if you see a water leak
  • Don't leave taps running
  • Don't throw anything in the toilets that could pollute the environment or upset the functioning of our sewage system.

Waste :

  • Sort your rubbish and waste into the correct dustbins, following the instructions posted at the rubbish disposal point.

Transport :

  • Prefer non-polluting transport such as walking and cycling. If you have to take the car try to share with other people.

sunday mornings on the campsite

On Sunday mornings from mid-May until mid-September, we organize coffee and cakes on the terrace and in the bar from 10: 30 am until 12 noon. During the high season there is also a craft market on the terrace. The restaurant is often open for Sunday lunch, please book you table in reception

tourism and handicap

The gently undulating landscape at the Camp de Florence is both charming and practical. There are no steep slopes and all services are accessible to wheelchairs and pushchairs.

The swimming pool has a special dry entry for electric wheelchair users. The conception of the pool, as a gently sloping lake, is ideal for our aquatic wheelchair, which we lend out free of charge. A lift is available for anyone who cannot easily walk up the stairs to our first floor restaurant. Modern handicapped facilities are available in one of our sanitary blocks; a spacious shower room with toilets and wash basin. We also offer a mobile home specially adapted for wheelchair users and people with special needs.

Here you will find the manual concerning the air conditioning in your rental accommodation (if it is equipped with air conditioning)

Reception
Wi-Fi
Bread store
Breakfast
Bar
Restaurant
Snack
Pool
Bikes
Mail
Pets
Entertainment and nights out
Launderette
Rubbish and recycling bins
Sunday Mornings ' Coffee & Cake'
Disabled access
Manual Air-Conditioning
There are no planned activities on site at the moment.
  • Flea markets: The tourist office organizes two annual flea markets.
  • Garage sale: July 14 and Sunday before 15 August.
  • Market roses: unique event in the region that takes place every year on the third Sunday of May.
  • Market potters: Sunday Heritage Days in September.
There are no events nearby available at the moment.
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Tourist site
A jewel of southern European gothic architecture
Rue du Docteur Lucante, La Romieu
05 62 28 86 33

Founded in the 14th century by the Cardinal Arnaud d'Aux, La Romieu Collegiate Church is a magnificent example of southern European gothic architecture. A stopping point on the Way of St. James, the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, a listed Historic Monument and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, forms a remarkable whole, with its single nave church, two imposing towers, sacristy adorned with polychromatic frescoes from the 14th century, cloister with geminated arcades and garden... Visitors can also enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the village and the Gers countryside from the belvedere of the octagonal tower.

Around the central square in La Romieu, there are several lovely cat sculptures to discover! The legend of Angéline has it that cats, who are honoured by statues here, saved villagers from famine by chasing rats away from village...

Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 06:30 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 06:30 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 06:30 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 06:30 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 06:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 06:30 PM
Sunday: 02:00 PM – 06:30 PM

Tourist site
A wonderful group listed as a Remarkable Garden

Nestling at the heart of Gascony, near to the village of La Romieu and its famous collegiate church, the Coursiana Gardens, created in 1974 by the botanist Gilbert Cours-Darne, form a wonderful planted group.

Open to the public from mid-April to late October, his six-hectare estate, a listed Remarkable Garden, offers four superb gardens to discover: a family kitchen garden, an English-style garden, an arboretum with 700 rare varieties of trees and shrubs from the five continents, and a garden of medicinal, aromatic and fragrant plants have plenty to enchant lovers of plants and flowers! A haven of peace and colour to be enjoyed on a leisurely stroll...

Tourist site
Capital of Armagnac

The capital of Armagnac, a former episcopal town and sub-prefecture, is the welcoming small town of Condom. Located at the heart of Gascony on the banks of the River Baïse, it offers visitors a rich built heritage. This includes elegant 18th century private mansions such as those of Polignac and Cugnac, the old Cathedral of St. Peter from the 16th century, and a superb cloister in the flamboyant gothic style.

Lovers of the famous wine brandy should make sure they pay a visit fo the Armagnac Museum. Based in the outbuildings of the former episcopal palace, it tells the story of the various stages of the Armagnac production cycle through its collection of wine-producing utensils. In a similar vein, the House of Ryst-Dupeyron, located in the Hotel de Cugnac, offers a slideshow about Armagnac and a tour of its hundred-year-old cellars.

Tourist site
Former residence of the Counts of Armagnac and the thermal centre

An old Gallo-Roman town, the main residence of the Counts of Armagnac in the Middle Ages and a former bishop's palace, the little town of Lectoure is located at the heart of Gers Lomagne and offers a rich heritage as a reminder of its glorious past.

The 15th and 17th-century cathedral of St. Gervais and St. Protais with its museum of sacred art, the former episcopal palace – now the headquarters of the town hall – and its pleasant Chestnut Tree Garden, Rue Nationale lined with private mansions, the Fountain of Diana, an ancient fountain and restored in the 13th century, and the medieval ramparts of the town are among the riches to discover on a tour of the area. Other unmissable sights include the Bastion Promenade and its beautiful panoramic view of the Gers Valley and the Pyrenees!

The lapidary museum based in the vaulted cellars of the town hall contains collections of Gallo-Roman archaeology, including a superb set of altars dating from the 2nd and 3rd centuries!

In the heart of the Gers, a tourist region par excellence, the thermal centre of Lectoure invites curists and people in search of relaxation to real moments of well-being.

Tourist site
The smallest fortified village in France!

Known as the Little Carcassonne of Gers, the village of Larressingle, listed as one of the most beautiful in the country, is the smallest fortified village in France!

Nestling amid the vines, at the heart of the famous Armagnac region, this former residence of the Bishops of Condom, of which a 13th-century castle keep still remains, is a remarkable example of medieval architecture. Surrounded by ramparts and trenches, many reminders of the past are tucked away in this adorable village.

Once visitors cross its little stone bridge and step through its fortified door, they are enchanted to discover a magnificently restored group of buildings. A series of crenellated towers and beautiful houses with elaborate façades, mullion windows and arched doors will delight lovers of old buildings. Next to the castle keep, the fortified Romanesque church with two naves contains some attractive contemporary stained glass windows.

The Pilgrim's Stop museum is a must-see for anyone who wants to experience everyday life in the Middle Ages. The place tells the story of the village during the Hundred Years' War through characters in period costume.

At the approach to the fortified town, don't miss the medieval siege camp and its war machines. From March to November it offers archery demonstrations as well as activities for children and adults!

Tourist site
This former Cistercian abbey now houses the departmental cultural centre

Located at the confluence of the Baïse and Auloue rivers in the district of Valence-sur-Baïse, the former Cistercian abbey of Flaran, which was founded in 1151 by the monks of Escaladieu Abbey and then underwent alteration work until the 18th century, now houses Gers' departmental cultural centre.

A visit to this remarkable group of buildings, which is listed as a Historic Monument, provides a chance to discover the Romanesque church, the gothic cloister, the chapterhouse and its marble colums, the prior's apartment, the monks' refectory, the kitchen and the charming garden of aromatic and medicinal plants. You can learn more about the area at the two permanent exhibitions, one on the Way of St. James in Gers and the other on the history of the abbey.

A wide range of activities and cultural events are on offer all year round.

Tourist site
Romanesque vestiges of an old Cluniac priory
10 Grand Rue, Moirax

Notre-Dame de Moirax church, the remains of a old Cluniac priory founded in 1049, is a marvel of Romanesque art (11th and 12th centuries).

Admire the sculptures that decorate the facade and the chevet first, then enter the building to see the fine set of capitals carved with plant and animal motifs, and the wonderful stalls and carved wood panels produced at the end of the 17th century by sculptor Jean Tournier.

Tourist site
Its Southern European gothic church contains splendid Renaissance stained glass windows

The fortified village of Fleurance, founded in the 13th century, has a central square with arcades and a beautiful 19th-century covered market hall in the middle. Now the headquarters of the town hall, the latter is decorated at each end with pretty fountain statues representing the four seasons.

Also worth a look is the Church of St. Laurent, in the Southern European gothic style, crowned by an octagonal Toulouse-type bell tower. Once inside, don't miss the three magnificent Renaissance stained glass windows by the artist Arnaud de Moles, located in the apse.

Tourist site
A charming circular fortitied village

This old castle village, today listed among the most beautiful villages of France, is a charming fortified village in an unusual circular shape. In the shade of the plane trees, its round village square is ideal for a stroll and is surrounded by picturesque old arcade houses. Fourcès also has pretty side streets, a little square called Place des Cornières, a Clocktower, a 15th-century castle and a medieval bridge over the Auzoue.

Each year in the last weekend of April, a large and colourful flower market brightens up the central square in Fourcès.

Tourist site
Attractions include the old quarter, Château Henry IV and Garenne royal park

The fortified medieval and Renaissance town of Nérac, the capital of the Albret region, nestles on the banks of the Baïse and is bursting with picturesque charm. The historic quarter forms a particularly harmonious scene with its old houses, river banks and Gothic bridge spanning the Baïse. Other must-see places of interest include Rue Séderie for its pretty half-timbered facades, the Renaissance town house Maison de Sully and the elegant Henry IV château and museum.

Once the stronghold of the Lords of Albret, then home to the future King Henry IV and his wife Queen Margot from 1577 to 1582, the Château de Nérac (built 14th to 16th centuries) has preserved a Renaissance wing with a splendid gallery from its days as a seigneurial dwelling. Inside is a museum devoted to the Albret family and Henry IV, as well as archaeology collections originating from the Pays d'Albret area.

Fans of romantic walks must head to the banks of the Baïse for a stroll among the fountains, statues and centuries-old trees in the charming Garenne royal park.

To prolong the pleasure and explore the river banks from a different angle, there's nothing quite like a trip on a traditional boat down the Baïse, departing from Nérac harbour master's office.

A very colourful and tasty traditional market takes place there every Saturday morning and is a must for all fans of local produce. A feast for the eyes and the palate!

Tourist site
This elegant Renaissance residence towers over the hills of Lomagne

Standing at the edge of Gers, at the heart of Lomagne, Gramont Castle towers over a charming little village full of stone houses. Once the property of Simon de Montfort, leader of the crusade against the Albigensians, this elegant residence is now run by the centre for national monuments. Reminders of its past include a fortified mediaeval tower, a gatehouse in the Gothic style, and a Renaissance wing with mullioned windows. Inside is a range of art objects and period furniture.

A French-style garden and beautiful views over the hills of Lomagne complete the tour.

The summer calendar includes a music festival and exhibitions.

Tourist site
This fortified village has two squares with arcades!

Nestling at the heart of Lomagne, the fortified village of Saint-Clar has the particularity of featuring two squares with arcades: Place de la Mairie, in the middle of which stands a picturesque 13th-century covered market hall, and Place de la République, to the north of which the neo-gothic Church of St. Clair has pride of place.

The tour of the area continues with a look at the castle village, with its old church crowned with a beautiful bell, its old timber-framed houses, and its charming four seasons garden.

Lomagne white garlic, a speciality of Saint-Clar, is celebrated every year at the Thursday morning market (on the stalls from July to December), and at the Garlic Festival and Garlic Contest that take place in August. The House of Garlic, open from June to October and based on a typical farm in the hamlet of Barban, contains an exhibition on the history and culture of garlic.

Tourist site
An ideal theme park for a day out with the family or friends!

Walibi Sud-Ouest theme park is located in the village of Roquefort near Agen in a lush 30-hectare setting. Open from April to October, it's an ideal destination for a day out with the family or friends. It boasts a multitude of attractions on water, land and in the air that will be a hit with kids and grown-ups alike. The park also organises entertaining shows, including one of fountains set to music and another starring seals. Thrills, spills and laughter guaranteed!

Tourist site
Its imposing form towers over the Gascon countryside

The former military capital of the Counts of Armagnac, the imposing Lavardens Castle is surrounded by a picturesque village and proudly towers over the Gascon countryside. Built in the 12th century and then rebuilt in the 17th century by Antoine de Roquelaure, a companion of Henry IV, this beautiful building and listed Historic Monument is open to visitors from mid-February to mid-January, and regularly hosts art exhibitions. Inside, be sure to admire the splendid ornamental brick and stone tiling decorated with geometric patterns!

The charming medieval village nestling beside the castle is worth a look, with its pretty side streets and rampart ruins.

Tourist site
A charming village in the Gélise valley towered over by its château

The village of Poudenas nestles in the Gélise valley in the heart of the Pays d'Albret region overlooked by its elegant château. Built in the 13th century then remodelled into an Italian palace in the 17th century, the Château de Poudenas boasts a beautiful 10-hectare park planted with around 100 different tree species.

Continue your tour of the village down at the river's edge – a particularly picturesque spot with an old post house fronted by a wooden gallery, a typical old bridge and a restored mill.

Tourist site
Based in four Renaissance mansions, it offers a remarkable panorama of art history

Make the most of a visit to Agen's historic centre to discover the magnificent Museum of Fine Arts, based in four Renaissance mansions.

From Prehistory to the 20th century, the museum has 3,000 objects and paintings permanently on display, including works by Tintoret, Corot, Boudin and Sisley.

Famous for its Spanish art from the 18th and 19th centuries, the Museum of Fine Arts includes five paintings by Goya, as well as works by the Barbizon School and the Impressionist period, Flemish and Dutch still lifes, etc.

An archaeology section displaying objects from the Celtic and Gallo-Roman eras found on regional sites, a magnificent donation of Oriental archaeology, sculptures, furniture and pottery from the Middle Ages to the 20th century complete the collections.

Tourist site
A welcoming town where life is good!

The prune capital of Agen on the banks of the Garonne is a welcoming, modestly-sized town where the living is easy. A walk through its historic centre takes in emblematic places like the very lively Place des Laitiers square, the arcaded Rue des Cornières, Rue Beauville with its old half-timbered, corbelled houses, Saint-Caprais cathedral – home to colourful 19th-century frescoes – and a fine art museum (Musée des Beaux-Arts). The latter is housed in four Renaissance town houses and contains remarkable collections of archaeology, paintings, sculptures and decorative arts, including an exceptional group of canvases by Goya and the famous Vénus du Mas d'Agenais sculpture. An absolutely must-see museum!

Gravier esplanade along the Garonne is a lovely place for a walk and very popular among the town's inhabitants, with plane trees, lawns and paths. To the north is the majestic 539-m long canal bridge that takes the Canal Latéral à la Garonne over the Garonne river.

The Grand Pruneau Show on the last weekend of August is a big festival dedicated to the famous Agen prune, with prune tastings, a gourmet market, shows, concerts and so on.

Tourist site
A fortress-like building

The Moulin des Tours de Barbaste is a picturesque fortress-like 13th-century mill that stands on the right bank of the Gélise near Nérac. Once the retreat of Henry of Navarre, the future King Henry IV, it boasts four square towers and is flanked by a ten-arched Romanesque bridge proudly spanning the river.

Cross to the other side of the water for a beautiful view of the whole scene: mill, old bridge and peaceful river!

Tourist site
A symbol of the rural heritage of Tarn-et-Garonne

A symbol of the rural heritage of the South-West, the dovecote, whether it's square, rectangular or polygonal, is part and parcel of the landscapes of Tarn-et-Garonne. Once a sign of wealth and prestige for its owner, this typical tower with one or two storeys was designed for rearing pigeons with a view to eating their meat and using their droppings as a fertiliser. Nowadays, these relics are a wonderful part of our popular heritage. You can see them along the roads, paths and trails all over the Tarn-et-Garonne countryside.

Tourist site
This beautiful village has a circular corn exchange

Overlooking the Garonne Valley from the top of its hill, the village of Auvillar, a stop along the Way of St. James, has the distinction of being listed among the most beautiful villages of France.

Once you cross the door of the imposing 17th-century clock tower, you will be delighted to discover Auvillar's main square, which is superb with its unusual circular corn exchange, standing on Tuscan columns, and its ancient timber-framed arcade houses. Not far away is a panoramic viewpoint complete with a viewpoint indicator located on the site of the old castle, offering a beautiful view of the Garonne and its valley.

A place to visit is the Museum of Old Auvillar, which is dedicated to art and popular traditions, and contains a remarkable collection of local ceramics made in the 18th and 19th centuries.

For lovers of local produce, a farmer's market takes place every Sunday morning in the market hall!

Tourist site
Its old covered market hall boasts a superb framework!

Formerly a Protestant stronghold and capital of the Viscounty of Fezensaguet, the small town of Mauvezin, the home of Joan of Albret, mother of the future King Henry IV, has kept a splendid covered market hall surrounded by old arcade houses in its main square. Resting on stone pillars, the old 14th-century hall boasts a superb wooden framework. Near to the market stands the house of Henry IV, a beautiful 16th-century Gascon residence, which is now used as a post office.

Also worth a look is the Church of St. Michael, crowned with an octagonal gothic bell, and the castle walk, based on the remains of the old viscounts' castle. Its terraces have been converted into an educational park.

The weekly market in Mauvezin takes place every Monday morning on Place de la Libération.

Tourist site
Both a spa and a green holiday resort!

The thermal spa of Barbotan-les-Thermes carries the green holiday resort label and is located in the district of Cazaubon. It is famous for its natural water and vegetal mineral mud, which are recognised for their benefits in treating rheumatic and phlebological complaints. The Thermal Baths, based in a beautiful establishment with architecture inspired by the old tobacco dryers of the South-West, offers spa and well-being treatments in addition to its medical cures.

Near the spa and the 12th-century Church of St. Peter lies a superb park full of exotic plant varieties, where lotuses, banana trees, palm trees and magnolias bloom. It's an ideal place for tourists to take a leisurely stroll. A walk in the park is a must in July in particular, when the ponds are adorned with superb pink lotus flowers!

Two kilometres south of Barbotan, Uby Lake covers 80 hectares and is sure to appeal to fans of water sports and relaxation, with its leisure centre and fine sandy beach.

Tourist site
Fortified medieval village

Nestling at the edge of Lomagne, the charming circuluar medieval town of Sarrant features on the list of the most beautiful villages of France. Its 14th-century fortified door, the old door to the town crowned with a square tower, pretty houses with corbels and timber frames, and its Church of St. Vincent, crowned with an octagonal spire, are some of the attractions to be discovered on a leisurely stroll.

A medieval garden with old vegetable varieties and aromatic and medicinal plants rounds off the visit very nicely.

Tourist site
Historic capital of Gascony

The historic capital of Gascony and a Great Site of Midi-Pyrénées, the warm and welcoming town of Auch will charm you with its atmosphere and rich heritage. Overlooking the Gers Valley from the top of its hill, the historic centre of Auch is best discovered by wandering along its picturesque side streets lined with old houses, and taking a tour of its flagship monuments, the Cathedral of St. Mary, the monumental staircase and the Armagnac Tower.

Built from the 15th to the 17th century, the Cathedral of St. Mary, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of the Way of St. James, is one of the biggest cathedrals in France, standing over 100 metres tall and 35 metres wide. Inside, behind the door in its beautiful Renaissance façade, visitors can admire real masterpieces of the 16th century, from the eighteen Renaissance glass walls by the Gascon artist Arnaud de Moles to the 113 oak stalls sculpted with over 1500 figures! A particularly remarkable group...

Near to the cathedral stand the Armagnac Tower, a former 14th-century prison standing 40 metres tall, and Gers Prefecture, based in a former 18th-century archbishop's palace, with a façade decorated with Corinthian fluted pilasters.

Built in 1863, the 370-step monumental staircase, in the middle of which stands a statue of the famous musketeer D'Artagnan, takes pedestrians from the upper town to the lower town. This work of art is also an ideal location to admire the pretty view of the Gers Valley!

At the heart of the upper town, at the entrance to the charming street of Rue Dessoles, stands one of the oldest houses in Auch: the Fedel house, dating from the 15th century.

Starting from Rue de la Convention, be sure to discover the picturesque, steeply sloping medieval side streets known as Pousterles. Residents used to walk along these to reach the gates of the city walls and go to the river to fetch water.

The Jacobin Museum, based in the former Jacobin convent, contains remarkable collections of pre-Columbian art and Latin American sacred art, including an exceptional Mexican feather mosaic, the Mass of St. Gregory, from 1539! Visitors will find Egyptian, Gallo-Roman and medieval collections (an impressive recumbent effigy of the Cardinal of Armagnac), paintings, sculptures and decorative arts from the South-West, as well as popular traditions from Gascony (everyday objects from the 19th century, traditional costumes).

Two big traditional markets take place every week, one on Saturday mornings in the upper town, and the other on Thursday mornings in the lower town. All lovers of regional produce should be sure to pay a visit!

Tourist site
An audio-visual exhibition dedicated to the famous Gascon hero

A famous musketeer of King Louis XIV, D'Artagnan (real name Charles de Batz-Castelmore) was born in Gascony around 1610, at Castelmore Castle near Lupiac. Immortalised by Alexandre Dumas in his great swashbuckling novel The Three Musketeers, this legendary hero is honoured at the Chapel of Our Lady in Lupiac, with an audio-visual exhibit dedicated to the illustrious Gascon.

Tourist site
13th-century fortified town

The 13th-century royal fortified town of Beaumont-de-Lomagne has retained its typical mediaeval new town features, with its central square and its huge 14th-century wooden market hall. Its fortified brick church in the Southern European Gothic style is topped with an imposing Toulouse-style bell tower.

Not far from the square, the Fermat Mansion, dating from the 15th and 17th centuries, was the birthplace of Pierre de Fermat (1601-1665), the famous mathematician who pioneered differential calculus. Inside, visitors can view an exhibition on the life and work of this great researcher, complete with mathematical brainteasers and puzzles.

White garlic, a Lomagne speciality, is celebrated here every year at the garlic festival which takes place in July, and at the garlic markets which take place on Tuesday mornings from July to January.

A market selling fruit, vegetables and other regional produce takes place every Saturday morning in the market hall.

For water sports lovers, a lake at the edge of the town is ideal for a spot of bathing, sailing, canoe-kayaking, pedalo riding or fishing.

Tourist site
This “Remarkable Garden” is home to over 250 species of water lily!

The water lily garden in the village of Le Temple-sur-Lot (open May to end September) boasts "Remarkable Garden" status and is the oldest and most prestigious water plant nursery in the world. Established in 1875 by botanist Joseph Bory Latour-Marliac, this magical place is today home to over 250 species of water lily! It was his hybrid water lilies that provided famous Impressionist painter Claude Monet with the inspiration for his Water Lily series.

The garden is a wonderful place for a walk and will delight fans of water gardens with its collections of tropical and hardy lotuses and water lilies, its historic pools, exotic greenhouse, growing pools, rose garden, bamboo garden and natural pond crossed by a Japanese bridge!

La Romieu Collegiate Church
A jewel of southern European gothic architecture
The Coursiana Gardens
A wonderful group listed as a Remarkable Garden
Condom
Capital of Armagnac
Lectoure
Former residence of the Counts of Armagnac and the thermal centre
Larressingle
The smallest fortified village in France!
Flaran Abbey
This former Cistercian abbey now houses the departmental cultural centre
Moirax church
Romanesque vestiges of an old Cluniac priory
Fleurance
Its Southern European gothic church contains splendid Renaissance stained glass windows
Fourcès
A charming circular fortitied village
Nérac
Attractions include the old quarter, Château Henry IV and Garenne royal park
Gramont Castle
This elegant Renaissance residence towers over the hills of Lomagne
Saint-Clar
This fortified village has two squares with arcades!
Walibi Sud-Ouest theme park
An ideal theme park for a day out with the family or friends!
Lavardens Castle
Its imposing form towers over the Gascon countryside
Poudenas
A charming village in the Gélise valley towered over by its château
Agen Museum of Fine Arts
Based in four Renaissance mansions, it offers a remarkable panorama of art history
Agen
A welcoming town where life is good!
Barbaste mill
A fortress-like building
The dovecotes of Tarn-et-Garonne
A symbol of the rural heritage of Tarn-et-Garonne
Auvillar
This beautiful village has a circular corn exchange
Mauvezin
Its old covered market hall boasts a superb framework!
Barbotan-les-Thermes
Both a spa and a green holiday resort!
Sarrant
Fortified medieval village
Auch
Historic capital of Gascony
The D'Artagnan Museum
An audio-visual exhibition dedicated to the famous Gascon hero
Beaumont-de-Lomagne
13th-century fortified town
Water lily garden
This “Remarkable Garden” is home to over 250 species of water lily!
Casino
5, Avenue des Thermes - Castéra-Verduzan
05 62 68 01 02
Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 01:30 AM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 01:30 AM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 01:30 AM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 01:30 AM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 02:30 AM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 02:30 AM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 01:30 AM

Amusement park
Château de Caudouin, Roquefort
05 53 96 58 32
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: Fermé
Thursday: Fermé
Friday: Fermé
Saturday: 10:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Sunday: 10:30 AM – 05:30 PM

Amusement park
Château de Caudouin, CS 10022, Roquefort
05 53 96 58 32
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: Fermé
Thursday: Fermé
Friday: Fermé
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM

Casino Castera Verduzan
Casino in Castéra-Verduzan
Walibi Sud-Ouest
Amusement park in Roquefort
Aqualand Agen
Amusement park in Roquefort
Park
Camp De Florence, Au Camp, 32480 - La Romieu
05 62 28 15 58
Opening times:

Monday: 08:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Saturday: 08:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Sunday: 08:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Castel Le Camp de Florence
Park in La Romieu
Horse-riding
Le camp de florence - La Romieu
05 62 28 15 58
Horse riding

In July and August, the horses come to the campsite every Thursday for a horse ride (18 €) or for a nice carriage ride (5 €) (registration at the reception).

In low season, this service is offered from Saint-Léonard (30 km from the campsite)

Opening times:

Monday: 09:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 03:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 03:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 03:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 09:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 03:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 09:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 03:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 09:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 03:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: 09:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 03:00 PM – 07:00 PM

Bowling
88, Avenue de Bigorre - Boé
05 53 98 03 52
Opening times:

Monday: 03:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Tuesday: 03:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Wednesday: 02:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Thursday: 03:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Friday: 03:00 PM – 01:00 AM
Saturday: 02:00 PM – 02:00 AM
Sunday: 02:00 PM – 00:00 AM

Le Camp de Florence
Horse-riding in La Romieu
Bowling Agen-Boé
Bowling in Boé
Entertainment
Relaxation
Sports
Cash machine
1 boulevard lacave - -
05 62 28 36 31
Bureau de la Poste
Cash machine in -
Post office
1, Boulevard Lacave - La Romieu
La Poste
Post office in La Romieu
Tourist office
place bouet - La Romieu
05 62 64 00 00
Opening times:

Monday: 01:30 AM – 02:00 AM
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: Fermé
Thursday: Fermé
Friday: Fermé
Saturday: Fermé
Sunday: Fermé

Tourist office
48, Rue Gambetta - Condom
09 71 49 81 03
Tourist office
5, Place Saint-Pierre - Condom
05 62 28 00 80
Opening times:

Monday: 03:00 PM – 05:30 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:00 PM – 05:30 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:00 PM – 05:30 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:00 PM – 05:30 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:00 PM – 05:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:00 PM – 05:30 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Office de Tourisme Gascogne Lomagne-La Romieu
Tourist office in La Romieu
C.m.s Voyages
Tourist office in Condom
Office de Tourisme Condom - Gers - Ténarèze
Tourist office in Condom
Supermarket
Route d'Eauze - -Condom
05 62 28 59 25
Supermarket
Rue Bonnemaison - -Condom
05 62 68 36 36
Grocery
Place Bouet - -
05 62 28 06 52
Grocery
Place Bouet - La Romieu
05 62 28 06 52
Wine merchant
le Couloumé, Gazaupouy
05 62 28 19 72
Wine merchant
Domaine, Condom
05 62 28 43 94
Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: Fermé
Sunday: Fermé

Supermarket
39 Avenue des Pyrénées - -Condom
08 00 90 03 43
Grocery
D656 - Le Passage
05 53 98 58 00
Opening times:

Monday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Saturday: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM
Sunday: 08:30 AM – 12:45 AM

Carrefour Condom
Supermarket in -Condom
Intermarche Condom
Supermarket in -Condom
Saveur et Qualite
Grocery in -
Saveur et Qualité SARL
Grocery in La Romieu
Armagnac Louis Marcellin
Wine merchant in Gazaupouy
Château de Gensac
Wine merchant in Condom
Lidl Condom
Supermarket in -Condom
Hyper Casino
Grocery in Le Passage
Homeware shop
Rue de la Fontaine - La Romieu
07 68 40 26 90
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM

Florist
La Bourdette - La Romieu
05 62 28 80 33
L'Atelier d'Hélène
Homeware shop in La Romieu
Delannoy Arnaud Michel
Florist in La Romieu
Petrol station
Maroche, Ligardes
05 62 28 83 76
Trzemielewski André
Petrol station in Ligardes
Car rental company
27, Route De Mestre Marty - Estillac
05 53 48 40 78
Airport
Aérodrome La Garenne - Le Passage
05 53 77 00 84
Railway station
1, Place Rabelais - Agen
01 84 94 36 35
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Car rental company in Estillac
Smad
Airport in Le Passage
Gare d'Agen
Railway station in Agen
Banks
Post offices
Administration
Supermarkets
Shops
Motor services
Transport
Restaurant
Camp de Florence - La Romieu
05 62 28 15 58
Restaurant
6, place M.Bouet - La Romieu
05 62 28 10 29
Restaurant
1, Place É Bouet - La Romieu
05 62 68 42 75
Opening times:

Monday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Tuesday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Thursday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Friday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 AM – 01:30 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM

Restaurant
Caussens
05 62 68 21 32
Restaurant
4 Rue Cameot - Condom
05 62 68 24 84
Pizzeria “L'Origan”, Condom.

Located in a side street behind the cinema. Popular with the locals, 05 62 68 24 84

Restaurant
123, Rue nationale - Lectoure
05 62 28 07 41
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Thursday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 12:00 AM – 02:30 PM, 07:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: Fermé
Sunday: Fermé

Restaurant le Camp de Florence
Restaurant in La Romieu
L'Etape d'Angeline
Restaurant in La Romieu
Restaurant le Cardinal
Restaurant in La Romieu
"Au Vieux Pressoir"
Restaurant in Caussens
L'Origan
Restaurant in Condom
Racine Restaurant
Restaurant in Lectoure
Bakery
Boulevard Bétous - La Romieu
05 62 28 15 77
Le Fournil de la Romieu
Bakery in La Romieu
Restaurants
Bakeries
Local contact
Allées Promenades - -La-Romieu
05 62 28 89 37
Local contact
Avenue des Mousquetaires - -Condom
05 62 28 22 55
Local contact
71 Rue nationale - -Lectoure
05 62 68 75 86
Local contact
1 Rue du Dr et Madame Delmas - -Agen
05 53 47 47 47
Cabinet d'Infirmières
Local contact in -La-Romieu
Garage Renault
Local contact in -Condom
Dentiste Mme Bellefond
Local contact in -Lectoure
Hopital Agen Clinique St Hilaire
Local contact in -Agen
Doctor
33 Bis Avenue des Pyrénées - -Condom
05 62 68 21 05
Doctor
La Romieu
09 73 03 21 60
Hospital
21 Avenue Mal Joffre - -Condom
05 62 28 48 83
Chemist
31 bis Avenue des Pyrénées - -Condom
05 62 28 00 66
Chemist
Place Nemours - Lamontjoie
05 53 95 12 18
Opthalmologue m.Punsola
Doctor in -Condom
Beauchamp
Doctor in La Romieu
Urgence Hopital Condom
Hospital in -Condom
Pharmacie des Pyrénées
Chemist in -Condom
Pharmacie Lamontjoie
Chemist in Lamontjoie
Town hall
Boulevard Lacave - La Romieu
05 62 28 15 72
Fire brigade
Place Bouet - La Romieu
05 62 28 38 61
Police
12 Avenue des Pyrénées - -Condom
05 62 28 36 80
Mairie
Town hall in La Romieu
Sapeurs Pompiers
Fire brigade in La Romieu
Condom
Police in -Condom
Vet
1 place du Cardinal, 75 boulevards Saint Jacques - -Condom
05 62 28 10 60
M.Bonnet et Mme Colnat
Vet in -Condom

Emergency Medical Assistance : 15
Police Emergency Service : 17
Fire Brigade : 18
Violences Femmes Info (helpline for female victims of violence) : 3919
European Emergency Service : 112

Local contacts
Healthcare
Public services
Vets
departure:

hire accommodation: we ask you to vacate your accommodation by 10: 00 am. It is possible to book a time for the check out at reception or simply let us know when you are ready to leave. The mobile home must be left clean and tidy with the inventory stored in the correct cupboards (see inventory lists inside the doors of the cupboards).

Pitch: we ask you to vacate your pitch before 12 noon. Please check the pitch is clean and tidy and pick up any litter before you leave.

Leave with peace of mind and don't worry about the cleaning on the day of departure with the option "Cleaning package" 40 € (Canada Tent and Coco-Sweet) 50 € (2 rooms) and 60 € (3 rooms).

hireaccommodations: on the day of your departure, we ask you to leave your rental accommodation before 10 am. You can make an appointment at reception for a final check or just come to reception when you are ready to leave. The mobile home must be cleaned and tidied up as at your arrival (see the labels on the locker doors), the bins must be emptied.

Pitch: we ask you to leave your pitch before noon. Check that the pitch is clean and bring your waste after the designated containers before you leave.

Make sure you do not forget anything !

The reception will cancel the deposit, you do not have to come to reception for this.

We hope you have had a pleasant stay and wish you a safe journey back home..

To join The Camp of Florence

How come ?

By car

from Agen

A62 motorway exit 7. Take the D931 towards Condom. Turn left on the D36 to Ligardes and after about 1 km turn right on the D166 towards La Romieu. Arriving at the Romieu turn left and cross the village. The Camp de Florence is located outside the village on your left.

since Condom

Follow the D931 towards Agen. Then take the D41. Cross the village, the Camp de Florence is located outside the village on your left.

since Lectoure

Take the D7 towards Condom. Turn right on the D166 towards La Romieu. Arriving in the village turn right, the Florence Camp is located just off La Romieu on your left.

By train / bus

Bus station of Condom (13 km)

Gare TGV Agen (33 km)

By plane

Airport Agen-La Garenne (30 km)

Toulouse-Blagnac Airport (108 km)

Bordeaux-Merignac Airport (200 km)

Bergerac airport (130 km)

GPS coordinates

Latitude: 43.9815157

Longitude: 0.5020992

Nearest airports:
  • (18.7 mi, 33 min)
  • (68 mi, 1h32)
  • (76 mi, 1h54)
  • (76 mi, 1h49)
  • (80 mi, 1h52)
  • (105 mi, 1h50)
Nearest railway station:
  • (21 mi, 38 min)

We hope you had a pleasant stay at Le Camp de Florence…Will you come back…?

Don't forget to book your stay before 31/12/2020 for the next season and benefit from -10%.

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Privacy policy

The personal information collected when you access this welcome booklet is intended to improve the functioning of the service. The details of how your personal data are processed can be found below:

  • Your customer name is used to identify you in the integrated messaging service when you communicate with the establishment. This information is stored for a maximum of one year after your last activity.
  • Knowing your geographical position enables us to provide you with relevant information about places to go in the local area, and to calculate specific itineraries. This information is stored for a maximum of one year after your last activity.

Certain technical, non-personal information may be collected when you browse the welcome booklet, such as the browser version, operating system, or sections of the website that you view. This information enables us to tailor the presentation to suit your preferences and produce statistics about how the service is used. Data that may serve to identify the user may be shared with the judiciary authority when required by the latter in the interest of national security, the public interest or law enforcement. You have the right to access, modify and delete data about you by logging in to your interface.

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