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Sites et Paysages Camping Beau-Rivage
80 pitches & rentals
Camping Beau Rivage Plage des Vernhes Lac de Pareloup - 12410 Salles-Curan
camping@beau-rivage.fr
Languages spoken:French, English
Latitude:44.2017063 ( N 44° 12’ 6” )
Longitude:2.7772779 ( E 2° 46’ 38” )
Arrival in Low Season

In low season, arrival is between 14h and 15h or 17h to 19h

Arrival in high season

During the months of July and August, the arrival takes place in the afternoon between 14h and 19h30

A75 motorway access:

exit 44.1 follow Salles-Curan, Lake Pareloup (signs follow "Les Vernhes" - "Campsites rive droite")

SNCF train station :

Millau 30 km, Rodez 35 km

North arrival by Clermont-Ferrand A75 towards Millau, exit 44.1 (before the viaduct). Or South arrival by Montpellier A75 direction Millau, exit 44.1 (after the viaduct).

A75, exit 44.1 (Cahors), follow lakes Levezou Rodez about 10 km on the D911, then turn left towards Curan, Lake Pareloup to Salles-Curan. Arrival at the roundabout, do not enter the village of Salles-Curan, take the 1st right in the roundabout, direction Rodez, about 400 m, then take the 1st left, direction beach Vernhes, Beau-shore is located about 2 km on the edge of Lake Pareloup.

South-West arrival by Toulouse-Albi N88:

On leaving Albi, take direction Valence d'Albi, Réquista, then Villefranche de Panat, Salles-Curan, Lake Pareloup. Cross the village of Salles-Curan, direction Rodez. At the exit of the village, take the 2nd right in the roundabout, direction Rodez, about 400 m, then take the first left, direction beach Vernhes, Beau-shore is about 2 km on the edge of Lake Pareloup.

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Nearest airports:
  • (44 km, 45 min)
  • (98 km, 1h19)
  • (144 km, 1h58)
Nearest railway stations:
  • (28 km, 35 min)
  • (96 km, 1h20)

The entry of the camp-site is delicate, we will ask you to park at the parking located along the road in order not to impede the traffic and the entrances / exits of the camp-site.

You will find this small car park thanks to a riprap (wall of rocks).

Then join the reception located on the terrace next to the veranda.

You will find below some pictures allowing you to better see the access to the campsite.

Arrival from the North

arrival by the South

For your registration, do not forget to bring a valid ID.

If you arrive early, you can enjoy our facilities while waiting to be able to settle on your site.

For a reservation in rental, you will be asked three deposits:

  • 320 € deposit on which can be deducted the costs occasioned by possible damages,
  • 80 € for the cleaning fee, if it was not done when you leave.
  • 50 € for the remote control to open the access gate to the campsite

Access to third parties

Our guests must notify us at check-in any additional person in the establishment. Similarly, for a matter of safety and well-being for all, we can not rent accommodation for a number of people greater than that provided by the regulations in force.

Rest periods

Guests are asked to respect the rest of the neighborhood. The noise, even diurnal, is forbidden. We reserve the right to return a customer if these rest periods are not respected. In the interest of the tranquility of the establishment, any noise must stop between 22 hours and 7 hours.

Minor children

The minors accompanying the customer are under his entire responsibility both inside and outside the establishment. In case of problem, the customer will have to incur civil liability.

Vehicle traffic

For your comfort and safety, we recommend that you drive at a pace (max 5 km / h) inside the site. Only vehicles belonging to customers staying in the site may be used on the site. Parking must not impede traffic or prevent the installation of newcomers.

Lost objects

The property assumes no liability for theft, loss or damage during the client's stay. Items left or abandoned, may be sold under the conditions provided by the law of March 31, 1896. If the customer requests the return of his business by parcel or mail, that if it will be mandatory with tracking and insurance for valuables. The shipment will be made after the payment by the customer of shipping costs.

Special conditions covid-19 / 2021

We have adapted our general conditions of sale so that you can book with complete peace of mind. We give you all the flexibility you need to plan your holiday with peace of mind.

Cancellation and full refund of your advance:

In the event of total or partial administrative closure of the establishment, during the dates of the reserved stay, decided by the public authorities, and which is not attributable to the Service Provider. (application and cancellation insurance fees are never refunded)

Flexible booking, free modification J-30

Up to 30 days before your arrival date, you can change your stay free of charge: you can choose new dates, new accommodation... (within the limits of available stocks). The rate for the new period chosen and the new accommodation will be applied.

A covid cancellation guarantee included offered

Cancellation possible until the last minute in the following cases:

• General or local confinement,

• Border closures,

• Travel ban,

At your choice, we issue you a credit valid for 18 months refundable at the end of the validity period or a full refund of your deposit (application and cancellation insurance fees are never refunded).

Guaranteed security

Our teams professionally apply the necessary sanitary measures to receive you in the best conditions.

Rest assured, we do our utmost to offer you a serene holiday.

All our rental accommodations are equipped with:

  • Dishes and kitchen utensils: flat plates, hollow plates, dessert plates, cups, sub-cups, mugs, bowls, salad bowls, forks, tablespoons, coffee spoons, knives, glasses, wine glass, water jug, corkscrew / decapsulator, ladle, salad canopy, bread knife, peeler, spatula, nylon spoon, meat knife, ice cube tray, ashtray, dosing glass, bread basket, cutting board, cutlery, cutlery, colander, salad wringer, microwave bell, underside, pots, pans, faitout + lid, electric coffee maker, microwave, toaster, electric kettle.
  • Household utensil: dishwashing bowl, dishwashing dishwashing, bucket, mop, shovel + sweeper, brush broom, broom, clothes rack, hangers, garbage can, toilet brush + support, interior carpet, outdoor carpet.
  • Bedding: pillows, duvets 2 pers, duvets 1 pers.
  • Outdoor equipment: garden table, parasol, garden chairs.
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In low season:

The reception is open from 9h to 12h, from 14h to 15h and from 17h to 19h.

In High Season:

The reception is open from 9h-12h and 14h-19h

The camp-site is entirely covered with antennas allowing to obtain the WIFI on all the ground.

The WIFI connection is not free:

30min: 2 €, 60min: 3 €

1 day: 6 €, 7 days: 18 €, 30 days: 40 €

In low season, you can order your bread every night and receive it the next morning before 9am on your doorstep.

Barbecue charcoal and gas are allowed on the campsite.

If you forgot to bring your barbecue, do not panic! We have charcoal barbecue that you can rent for the modest sum of 2 € / day or 10 € / week (charcoal and more).

The use of electric barbecues and planchas is prohibited.

At the campsite reception, you will find a grocery store. Products for sale are essential. You will find bread and pastries every morning (on order outside of July and August).

All merchants Salles-Curan, 3 km from the campsite, are at your disposal (all shops).

You will also find an Intermarché at Pont de Salars 15 minutes from the campsite.

Pets are allowed under certain conditions.

They must be kept on a leash and their vaccination card must be presented when you arrive at the campsite.

A fee will be charged extra for each animal.

Rottweiler, (American) Stattfordshire Terrier, rosa or dogs that can be assimilated by their morphological characteristics are strictly forbidden.

We have a pool and inflatable games on the lake:

The swimming pool

The pool is open from 10h to 19h(except evenings at night). Our swimming pool is heated to 26 ° C on average and its toboggan 1m80 high will delight children.

Our pool is unsupervised, minors are under the responsibility of parents.

For the good of all and the safety of all, some rules must be respected to have access to the pool:

  • The obligatory bathing slip (short prohibited)
  • Not allowed under 12 years old or children not able to swim, without the supervision of an adult
  • Shower and footbath mandatory before entering the pool
It's forbidden :
  • to smoke, run, push or throw people, dive
  • to climb barriers, fences or separations, to walk pavement,
  • to consume food and drinks, chewing gum,
  • to use glass objects in the basin (flasks, underwater masks…),
  • to play ball (light balls allowed after the opinion of the direction).
  • Shoes, animals (even on a leash) are forbidden in the pool
Inflatable games

We have inflatable games on the water (trampoline + roller + slider + pinball) in our swimming area delimited "unsupervised".

Access is strictly reserved for children who know how to swim and under the responsibility of their parents.

The swimming area and the inflatable games on the lake are accessible from 10am to 8pm in July August.

We offer an entertainment program from Monday to Friday in July and August.

The majority of our activities and activities are free and included in the price of the stay.

Some activities or paid activities may be offered by partners. In this case, the rates will be specified.

We have several ping-pong tables, so plan snowshoes to have fun with us. Snowshoes and balls are also on sale at the reception.

In July and August, every day except Saturday evening, participate in the evenings of the campsite in a family atmosphere: karaoke, crazy family party, themed meal, night miss, musical quiz, questions for a camper, dancing, games, evening challenges, pool games, night water polo…

In July and August, every morning, except Saturday, a leader takes your children in charge from 10h to 12h or from 11h to 12h and offers various activities.

An indicative program is presented to you during the welcome drink, which can be adapted according to the wishes of the children and the weather.

We have a playground for children with slide, swings, seesaw, spring game, cabin… And a trampoline with which children can have fun.

The playground is open from 9h to 20h and is accessible by children from 3 to 14 years depending on games.

The Trampoline is also available from 9h to 20h, maximum 3 children under 10 years or 1 person over 10 years at the same time in the trampoline.

We have 3 washing machines and a tumble dryer.

The laundry is located at the bar in a closed room.

The rates are 5 € for a washing machine, 1 € for the laundry dose, and 2 € / h for the dryer.

It is possible to see the television in the bar room because the situation of the campsite does not allow to capture the television correctly on the sites as well as in the hirings, even with a portable antenna.

Only satellite dishes can properly capture and only Comfort Chalets and some Chalets Bastidon are equipped with TV with satellite dishes.

We rent table-top fridges (about 85l) at a price of € 5 to € 7 depending on the period.

It is best to book them between July 15th and August 15th.

In July and August, a snack / bar, pizzas, pancakes, ice cream and regional products (aligot) are offered, take away or consume on site.

You can bring your boat and / or your boating equipment. Lake Pareloup is the ideal place to practice your water activities such as fishing, sailing or power boating.

We have 2 pontoons and a launching ramp allowing you to put your boat in the water directly from the campsite. There is also a slip of municipal launching at 200 m.

We also have two canoes available for rent.

10 € / 1h, 20 € the half day (4h) and 25 € the day.

Vincent offers you an excursion every week to the "Virgin of the Lakes" where you will be able to find the most beautiful point of view on Lake Pareloup.

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Excursions
There are no planned activities on site at the moment.
  • The Rouergue Rally has been going on for many years, at the beginning of July, in the commune.
  • Every summer, in July and August, Saturday matinee fairs and country farmers' markets at night on Tuesday evenings in July and August. Outdoor cinema sessions are offered.
  • Sailing: every weekend in July and August, regattas friendly and open to all from the CYVP.
  • During the year, dancing teas, quines, contests belote are at the rendezvous.
  • The first Sunday of December is the Christmas market at the Village Hall.
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Fishermen and water sports fans will find plenty to enjoy here!

There are five lakes in Aveyron, on the vast Lévézou plateau: Lake Pareloup (1290 ha), Lake Villefranche-de-Panat (192 ha), Lake Pont-de-Salars (182 ha), Lake Bages (53 ha) and Lake de la Gourde (16 ha). The biggest one, Lake Pareloup, has two landscaped beaches, in Arvieu and Salles-Curan, and offers numerous leisure activities like bathing, windsurfing, catamaran, canoe-kayak, pedalo, water-skiing and jet skiing. Fishing fans who love restful landscapes will find plenty to enjoy at the lakes of Bages and La Gourde, which are teeming with carnivorous and white fish! The area around the lakes is ideal for hiking, with circuits for walking, cycling and even horse-riding... A very pleasant area with something to suit every taste!

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Medieval village with five historic monuments

A picturesque medieval village in Aveyron, Castelnau-Pégayrols has the distinction of having five historic monuments, including three listed and two registered monuments: an 11th-15th-18th-century castle, the old Priory of St Michael, the Church of St Michael and Church of Our Lady from the 11th-12th centuries, and a 15th-century medieval hydraulic network. The walk along its typical side streets is also delightful!

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A place full of charm and serenity...
Comberoumal, Saint-Beauzély
05 65 62 08 75

Founded in the late 12th century, the old Grandmontine priory in Comberoumal is a place full of charm and serenity. Visitor attractions include the cloister courtyard, chapterhouse, and single-nave church with Romanesque windows.

In the month of August, it puts on a concert as part of the international sacred music festival in Sylvanès.

Don't forget to pay a visit to the medieval village of Saint-Beauzély, whose 12th and 16th-century castle now houses the interesting Museum of Stone Trades and Rural Life.

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The city of insects

Located in Saint-Léons in Aveyron, Micropolis is a leisure park dedicated to the world of insects and biodiversity. Discover more than 70 living species in a fun, interactive way by following an indoor trail through fifteen exhibition rooms. From the butterfly house to the giant anthill, through the hives and vivariums, explore the fascinating world of infinitely small creatures!

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Capital of Rouergue

Perched on a rocky peak at an altitude of 627 metres, the capital of Aveyron invites lovers of built heritage to discover its many architectural and artistic treasures.

The emblem of Rodez, the splendid Cathedral of Our Lady, built between the 13th and 16th centuries out of pink sandstone, is a masterpiece of Gothic art. Topped by a magnificent wrought bell-tower in the Flamboyant Gothic style, this fortress-style historic monument, with two massive towers on either side of the western façade, contains a stone jube and carved oak stalls from the 15th century, as well as a 17th-century organ case.

Near the cathedral, discover the many attractions of the old town: the bishop's palace and its horseshoe staircase, the 15th-century Corbières and Raynalde towers, the pedestrianised shopping streets and the superb medieval and Renaissance houses, like for example the houses of Benoît, Guitard, Armagnac and Annonciation. There's so much to see in Rodez's historic centre.

When it comes to culture, you have the choice between the Fenaille Museum, with its remarkable collection of statue-menhirs and exhibitions about Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance; the Denys-Puech Museum of Fine Arts, with its collections of 19th and 20th-century sculptures and paintings, alongside temporary exhibitions of contemporary art; the Soulages Museum, with its collection of over 500 works and documents by the painter Pierre Soulages, who was born in Rodez.

The main event of the summer, the Estivada, an inter-regional festival of Occitan cultures which takes place in the last week of July, offers five days of music, singing, theatre, literature, storytelling, poetry, dance, cinema and conferences, all in a friendly atmosphere!

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All the history of Rouergue, from the prehistoric era to the 17th century

Based in a very well-preserved mansion in old Rodez, the Fenaille Museum, named after an industrialist who donated the Jouéry Mansion to house the collections, is a history and archaeology museum.

The centrepiece of its collections is a set of 17 statue-menhirs dating back 5,000 years, the oldest known monumental statues in Western Europe. The most famous of them, the "Lady of St. Sernin", has in fact been exhibited in various European capitals.

The Fenaille Museum documents the whole history of Rouergue, the historic name of the place now known as Aveyron. With over a thousand sculptures providing its central theme, come and discover the traces of the first people to live in the region 300,000 years ago, Ancient Rodez, and Rodez in the Middle Ages, the 16th century and the Renaissance. Scale models, drawings, audio-visual shows and interactive terminals allow for a personalised approach. There are also special activities for younger visitors.

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A picturesque medieval village at the confluence of the Tarn and the Alrance

Listed among the most beautiful villages of France, Brousse-le-Château, at the confluence of the Tarn and the Alrance in Aveyron, charms visitors with its picturesque character. The old Gothic bridge over the Alrance, typical cobblestone side streets, pretty stone houses adorned with flowers, 15th-century fortified church, and remains of the castle fort at the top of the village are just some of the attractions you can admire on a walk around...

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A contemporary painter fetching some of the highest prices at auction has a museum in his native town of Rodez

Now an unmissable part of any visit to the capital of Aveyron, this contemporary museum was inaugurated in 2014 on the former site of the Foirail public garden.

Starting with an initial donation of 250 works by the artist, an internationally-renowned painter born in Rodez, which includes all the work relating to the creation of the stained glass windows for the nearby Abbey Church of Conques, the museum's collection grew further when a second donation was received.

A total of around 500 works are on display to the public, including forty early works by Pierre Soulages, one of the most highly valued artists on the contemporary art market: paintings on canvas and paper, including the famous "Brous de noix", an Outrenoir polyptych from 1986, etchings, lithographs and silkscreen prints, films, photos and rare books make up the museum's permanent collections.

There are dedicated rooms for children to be creative and learn about art.

For a rest and some delicious food, be sure to stop by the museum's restaurant, Le Café Bras, then enjoy a stroll in the 3-hectare gardens that surround this museum housed in a fine example of contemporary architecture.

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An exceptional structure!

At the heart of Aveyron, in the Grands Causses Regional Nature Park, between Causse Rouge and the Larzac Plateau, the impressive Millau Viaduct, built from December 2001 to December 2004, blends in perfectly with the landscape. Known as the Gard Bridge of the 21st century, this stay bridge consisting of seven pylons is a real technical feat. Measuring 2 460 metres long and 343 metres tall, Millau motorway viaduct elegantly crosses the Tarn Valley. While this high-tech building, a listed Great Site of the Midi-Pyrénées, can be admired from many spots all around, two places are particularly worth a visit: the Viaduc Expo, located in the Aire du Viaduc de Millau, accessible via the A75 motorway or the Boulevard du Viaduc, with an exhibition on how the structure was built, complete with signs and scale models; and the Viaduc Espace Info, located under the bridge, with an indoor exhibition and guided tour of the Explorers' Garden (Jardin des Explorateurs) to find out more about the viaduct that broke all records!

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This pretty, welcoming little town enjoys a very special natural environment

Located in a very special natural environment at the heart of the Grands Causses Regional Nature Park, the welcoming little town of Millau invites you to discover all its attractions.

Overlooking old Millau from a height of 42 metres, the belfry, consisting of a 12th-century square tower and a 17th-century octagonal tower, offers a superb panoramic view over the roofs of the town, the famous Millau Viaduct and the unspoilt landscapes of the Grands Causses.

Continue your tour of the historic centre with picturesque side streets dotted with shops, Place du Maréchal Foch with its fountain and covered market, the Ayrolle washhouse, and the Museum of Millau and the Grands Causses. The latter, based in the Pégayrolles Mansion, has collections about palaeontology, prehistory, Gallo-Roman and medieval archaeology, as well as an exhibition about leather tanning and glove-making, two traditional activities the town is famous for.

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Wild, unspoilt nature full of impressive landscapes...

Covering around a third of the department of Aveyron, with a surface area of 327 070 hectares, the Grands Causses Regional Nature Park is one of the wildest regional nature parks in France! Wild and unspoilt, this vast territory, made up of tall limestone plateaus, narrow gorges, brightly coloured hills and mountains covered with forests, encompasses six entities: the Causse du Larzac; the Causse Noir; the Causse de Sévérac; the Millavois and the Causse Rouge; the Lévézou Plateau and the Raspes du Tarn; the Rougier de Camarès, the Saint-Affricain and the Pays de Roquefort. The part of the park included in the "Causses and Cévennes" area of the site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its Mediterranean agro-pastoral cultural landscape. The Grands Causses Regional Nature Park is the kingdom of the ewe, whose milk is used to make Roquefort, the famous blue cheese with an incomparable flavour, and offers a wide variety of fauna and flora. As well as the emblematic ewe, its wildlife includes griffon vultures, golden eagles, peregrine falcons, common cranes, deer, roe deer, mouflons, beavers and owls.

With its countless signposted trails, this magnificent land is ideal for hiking, an invigorating activity during which you can admire our superb rural heritage, consisting of karst pools, jasses (sheepfolds), fountains, dolmens, cazelles (stone huts) and traditional farmhouses. Nature lovers will also find discovery trails marked with educational signs, as well as orientation tables offering superb panoramic views.

To find out more about the park and its treasures, head to the Park House (Maison du Parc), at 71 boulevard de l'Ayrolle in Millau.

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-Roquefort

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You can visit the cellars all year round to discover the mysterious universe of the King of Cheeses...

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Floral medieval town

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A pretty village dominated by a twisted bell-tower

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On high land not far from the village, you'll find an unusual site: the Roquelaure lava flow or Clapas de Thubiès, an extremely impressive basaltic scree slope!

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The village of Bozouls overlooks a splendid natural cirque!

Perched on the edge of tall cliffs overlooking a stream, the village of Bozouls in Aveyron occupies an extremely impressive natural site. A splendid cirque in the shape of a horseshoe, around 400 metres in diameter and 100 metres deep, which you can view from the terrace on Place de la Mairie. A superb viewpoint that's enough to make you feel dizzy!

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Royal fortified town listed among the most beautiful villages of France

A royal fortified town founded in the 13th century, now listed among the most beautiful villages of France, Sauveterre-de-Rouergue has preserved its typical character. It has a large square with archways, in the middle of which stand a well and a wrought iron cross. Other architectural attractions in the fortified town include beautiful timber-framed houses and corbels, the fortified doors of St Christopher and St Vital, the Gothic collegiate church...

The Heritage House (Maison du Patrimoine) at the heart of the historic centre regularly puts on temporary exhibitions.

18 kilometres south of Sauveterre-de-Rouergue, you can see the Viaur railway viaduct, a metal construction from the early 20th century which crosses the verdant Viaur Valley.

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Its medieval fortress, converted into a Renaissance Palace, towers over the Aveyron Valley

Dominated by its feudal fortress, converted into a Renaissance Palace in the 17th century, the medieval town of Sévérac-le-Château invites you to discover all its treasures.

In the old town, once you've passed through the Peyrou fortified door, take a walk along the picturesque paved streets, dotted with old stone houses... Take the opportunity to stop by the House of Jeanne (Maison de Jeanne), one of the oldest residences in Rouergue, which puts on medieval activities in July-August.

At the castle, you can enjoy a superb view over the roofs of the town and the Aveyron Valley from the terrace, then discover the medieval remains one by one, (small courtyards, watchtowers, chapel...) and the Renaissance façade of this historic monument built in the 13th and 17th centuries.

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The biggest blockfield in Europe!

At the heart of the Causse Noir, in the Grands Causses Regional Nature Park in Aveyron, in the commune of La Roque-Sainte-Marguerite, lies the biggest blockfield in Europe: Montpellier-le-Vieux blockfield, a grand and unusual natural site, whose landscape of countless ruiniform dolomitic rocks offers a fantastical world...

Five signposted walks, from 1 to 3 hours' duration, are a great way to discover this superb place, which is accessible in spring, summer and autumn. Let your imagination run free as you admire the mysterious, differently shaped rocks.

At Montpellier-le-Vieux natural leisure park, you can also enjoy a ride in the little train, for those who want to see the thousand-year-old blockfield without too much effort... More intrepid visitors can try their hand at via ferrata, a unique activity which starts out underground, then carries on in the air!

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Medieval fortress overlooking the Rougier de Camarès

Located in the commune of Gissac, in the Grands Causses Regional Nature Park, Montaigut Castle towers proudly over the Dourdou Valley and brightly coloured landscapes of the Rougier de Camarès from the top of its rocky spur.

The 10th-15th-century feudal fortress has now been restored as a cultural activity centre, and you can learn all about its history and the life of its inhabitants during the medieval era on an independent or guided tour of its various rooms. Why not round off your visit with a look at the rural house of 1914, which houses a plaster museum, and the medieval garden

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A picture postcard village!!

Nestling at the heart of the Aveyron Valley, the superb village of Belcastel, listed among the most beautiful villages of France, looks like something from a picture postcard, with its stone houses and their thackstone roofs, old bridge reflected in the peaceful water of the river, and the imposing form of its medieval castle standing next to a square keep. You can also enjoy a lovely walk along on the banks of the Aveyron and long the charming paved side streets!

Dating from the 15th century, the village church located on the left bank contains the tomb of Alzias de Saunhac, lord of Belcastel.

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A town on the banks of the Lot full of picturesque charm!

At the heart of the Lot Valley, discover the charming little town of Espalion, whose riverbanks remain delightfully picturesque! Between its two bridges over the Lot, you can admire its old tanneries, known as calquières, typical houses with wooden balconies, with tiles on which the hides used to be washed... A listed Historic Monument, the 11th-century Old Bridge (Pont Vieux) made of pink sandstone adds to the charm of the place.

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A wild canyon at the heart of the Grands Causses region

At the heart of the Grands Causses region, on the Lozère-Aveyron border between Causse Méjean and Causse Noir, the River Jonte springs forth in the Mont Aigoual massif and runs through a region that's both wild and spectacular. Between Meyrueis and Le Rozier, follow the gorges road, a superb itinerary of around twenty kilometres, dotted with picturesque hamlets like Le Truel and La Caze, and overlooked by a multitude of cliffs and limestone dolomite rocks. An impressive canyon, whose countless cavities are a favourite spot for griffon vultures, a protected species reintroduced to this area in the 1980s. You can sit and watch them from the belvedere at the Vulture House in Saint-Pierre-des-Tripiers...

On the activities side of things, fans of outdoor pursuits can choose from rock climbing, fishing and hiking!

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This pink sandstone building contains a magnificent Romanesque chapel!

This small pink sandstone building in the commune of Bessuéjouls has a magnificent Romanesque chapel on the first floor of its bell tower. The latter, known as the aerial chapel, contains figurative capitals, lintels sculpted with interlaced designs, and a 12th-century altar.

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A destination with many treasures in store

The Ambialet peninsula nestles in the bend of a 3-kilometre meander in the Tarn Valley, with a priory towering over it. The charm and natural beauty of this spot are a lovely surprise.

During your visit, you will discover several churches: the fortress-like Romanesque church of the Priory of Our Lady of the Oder, built in the 11th century; the Church of Our Lady of La Capelle, a former castle chapel built in the 15th century; and the 11th-century Church of St. Giles, which hosts art exhibitions during the summer. As well as this rich built heritage there are some remarkable views over the Tarn Valley. These superb viewpoints are not to be missed, and you can appreciate them from the priory esplanade or, for the more athletic among you, from the hilltop ruins of the castle fort!

Ambialet is a perfect starting point for exploring the wonders of the valley. On foot, by bike, in a canoe or kayak, or even on a stand-up paddleboard, set off to discover the beautiful landscapes for which this part of Tarn is famous.

Tourist site
Wild landscapes dotted with picturesque sites...

In the Grands Causses Regional Nature Park, between La Roque-Sainte-Marguerite and Nant, travel along the D991 to discover the Dourbie Gorges. A route of 18 kilometres on which you can admire superb wild landscapes dotted with picturesque sites like La Roque-Sainte-Marguerite, the gateway to the canyon, or the hillside hamlet of Saint-Véran. Also don't miss the romantic site of the Corp Mill, which is very photogenic with its humpback bridge over the Dourbie!

In Saint-Jean-du-Bruel, Noria, the House of Water on the banks of the Dourbie, based in an old 13th-century mill, invites you to learn all about water-related issues on a fun, interactive educational trail.

Tourist site
Its castle, old houses and Gothic bridge over the Lot form a harmonious whole

A stopping place on the Way of St James at the heart of the Lot Valley, the medieval town of Estaing forms a harmonious whole, with its old houses, castle and keep, and old Gothic bridge over the Lot. You can of course admire this magnificent scene from the opposite riverbank. While this view of the whole town is particularly remarkable, the historical centre is also worth a closer look, if only to see the Church of St Fleuret, the Cayron Mansion - which is now the town hall - and Estaing Castle, where you can learn about the history of its various owners on a tour, guided or otherwise.

Tourist site
This vast limestone plateau is the kingdom of the ewe

At the heart of the Grands Causses Regional Nature Park, at an altitude of around 800 metres, the Causse du Larzac, a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its Mediterranean agro-pastoral cultural landscape, is an immense limestone plateau with a lunar landscape. Its dry grasslands, dotted with moors and ruiniform rocks, are the kingdom of the ewes whose milk is used to produce the famous Roquefort.

The Larzac plateau is also a land steeped in history. Reminders include the Templar and Hospitaller villages of La Cavalerie, La Couvertoirade, Sainte-Eulalie-de-Cernon, Viala-du-Pas-de-Jaux and Saint-Jean d'Alcas. An amazing built heritage made up of towers, ramparts and fortified doors, well worth a look!

In the summer, La Jasse - Maison du Larzac, based in an old sheepfold between Millau and La Cavalerie, offers themed exhibitions, activities and local products.

And for a fun, original way to admire the landscapes of Larzac, nothing beats a velorail trip, departing from the station at Sainte-Eulalie-de-Cernon!

Tourist site
Spiritual and cultural centre

Founded in 1136 by a lord of Le Larzac, Sylvanès Abbey, nestling at the heart of a woodland valley in the Grands Causses Regional Nature Park, is an old Cistercian abbey which has been restored as a cultural and spiritual centre. Reminders of the abbey's monastic past include a beautiful Romanesque church with fabulous acoustics, part of the cloister, as well as the sacristy, chapterhouse and scriptorium.

A renowned international music festival takes place there in July and August.

Tourist site
This exceptional natural site has a forest with over 400 stalagmites!

At the heart of the Causse Méjean, near to Meyrueis in the commune of Hures-la-Parade, the Aven Armand cave, discovered in 1897 by Louis Armand, Martel's second-in-command, has a forest of over 400 stalagmites in its immense underground chamber! This exceptional group includes the Grand Stalagmite, which stands 30 metres tall and is the biggest known stalagmite in the world today!

Tourist site
A dizzying canyon dotted with picturesque villages!

In the south-west of Lozère, between the Causse Méjean and Causse Sauveterre (limestone plateaus), the River Tarn emerges at Mont Lozère and runs down the slopes of the Cévennes before crossing 53 kilometres of spectacular landscapes - between Quézac and Le Rozier - dotted with remarkable sites and amazing views! Dizzying limestone cliffs as tall as 500 metres, the course of the Tarn with its alternating calm waters (planiols) and rapids (rajols), blockfields and wild cirques, as well as castles, Romanesque churches, typical villages and hamlets are all among the wonderful sights that have made this unspoilt area famous.

There are many ways to admire the gems of the Tarn Gorges: by car, motorbike or bicycle along the D907 bis; by foot along the trail that runs along the left bank; or by canoe-kayak on the waters of the Tarn - strongly recommended! - departing from Sainte-Enimie or La Malène. As well as the impressive rock faces that overlook the emerald river, along the way you can see unique sites such as the medieval bridge in Quézac, the troglodytic village of Castelbouc, Prades Castle on its rocky spur overlooking the Tarn; the little town of Sainte-Enimie, listed among the most beautiful villages of France; the cirques of Saint-Chély and Pougnadoires; the romantic 15th-century Caze Castle; the picturesque village of La Malène and its manor, at the foot of the Barre rock; the Détroits, the narrowest part of the canyon, accessible by raft or canoe from La Malène; Les Baumes cirque... As well as these sightseeing destinations, you'll find superb belvederes with plunging views of the Tarn, like the listed site of Point Sublime, on the Causse Sauveterre, and Les Hourtous rock, on the Causse Méjean. There's plenty for lovers of wild countryside and typical heritage buildings!

Tourist site
The biggest cave in the Causses and the Cévennes!

Located in Causse Noir, in the commune of Meyrueis, the pink cave of Dargilan is famous for its varied concretions and is the biggest cave in the Causses and the Cévennes. In a kilometre-long maze of underground passages, discover a multitude of stalactites, stalagmites, columns and draperies in superb colours, from the big blockfield chamber to the bell tower chamber, through the big petrified waterfall... A magical world!

The lakes of Lévézou
Fishermen and water sports fans will find plenty to enjoy here!
Castelnau-Pégayrols
Medieval village with five historic monuments
Comberoumal Priory
A place full of charm and serenity...
Micropolis
The city of insects
Rodez
Capital of Rouergue
The Fenaille Museum
All the history of Rouergue, from the prehistoric era to the 17th century
Brousse-le-Château
A picturesque medieval village at the confluence of the Tarn and the Alrance
The Soulages Museum
A contemporary painter fetching some of the highest prices at auction has a museum in his native town of Rodez
Millau Viaduct
An exceptional structure!
Millau
This pretty, welcoming little town enjoys a very special natural environment
Grands Causses Regional Nature Park
Wild, unspoilt nature full of impressive landscapes...
Roquefort
Tourist site
Sainte-Eulalie-d'Olt
Floral medieval town
Saint-Côme-d'Olt
A pretty village dominated by a twisted bell-tower
Bozouls Hole
The village of Bozouls overlooks a splendid natural cirque!
Sauveterre-de-Rouergue
Royal fortified town listed among the most beautiful villages of France
Sévérac-le-Château
Its medieval fortress, converted into a Renaissance Palace, towers over the Aveyron Valley
Montpellier-le-Vieux blockfield
The biggest blockfield in Europe!
Montaigut Castle
Medieval fortress overlooking the Rougier de Camarès
Belcastel
A picture postcard village!!
Espalion
A town on the banks of the Lot full of picturesque charm!
The Jonte Gorges
A wild canyon at the heart of the Grands Causses region
The Church of St Peter in Bessuéjouls
This pink sandstone building contains a magnificent Romanesque chapel!
Ambialet and the Tarn Valley
A destination with many treasures in store
The Dourbie Gorges
Wild landscapes dotted with picturesque sites...
Estaing
Its castle, old houses and Gothic bridge over the Lot form a harmonious whole
The Causse du Larzac
This vast limestone plateau is the kingdom of the ewe
Sylvanès Abbey
Spiritual and cultural centre
The Aven Armand
This exceptional natural site has a forest with over 400 stalagmites!
The Tarn Gorges
A dizzying canyon dotted with picturesque villages!
Dargilan cave
The biggest cave in the Causses and the Cévennes!
Le Toit des Arts
Art gallery in Salles-Curan
Amusement park
Grimpe et Cimes, Les Vernhes - Salles-Curan
06 71 57 78 81

Grimpe and Cimes is an adventure park that offers a multitude of activities:

  • Tree climbing
  • Labyrinth and treasure hunt...
  • Canyoning
  • Via Ferrata: via ferrata of the "Boffi", with monkey bridges, nets, bridges and finally 2 spectacular zip lines.
  • Quick jump xl: 18m high elastic jump
  • Games: An inflatable game, 2 trampolines, a zipline, a baby area (slide, ball pool), games of skill, a climbing wall.
Amusement park
Les Vernhes - Salles-Curan
06 71 57 78 81
Zoo
Micropolis, la cité des insectes Le Bourg - -Saint-Léons-France
05 65 58 50 50

As you wander, you'll meet insects that dress up as twigs or others who work as a team.

You will enter the wonderful world of the tropical butterfly house, you will meet strange species, visit a giant anthill and learn that 3 out of 4 animals are insects and that they play an indispensable role in the ecological balance.

Zoo
Chemin de Millau - Sainte-Eulalie-de-Cernon
05 65 61 32 08
Opening times:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM

Other entertainment
Sarl Rando-rail la gare - -Sainte-Eulalie-de-Cernon
05 65 58 72 10

Trip to UNESCO World Heritage Territory

Located 10 minutes from Millau and about 1 hour from the campsite

The reservation is obligatory.

Grimpe et Cimes
Amusement park in Salles-Curan
Grimpe et Cimes
Amusement park in Salles-Curan
Micropolis, la Cité des Insectes
Zoo in -Saint-Léons-France
Le Reptilarium du Larzac
Zoo in Sainte-Eulalie-de-Cernon
Vélo Rail du Larzac
Other entertainment in -Sainte-Eulalie-de-Cernon
Park
Le Bourg, Saint-Léons
05 65 58 50 50
Micropolis Cité des Insectes
Park in Saint-Léons
Water sports
Les Vernhes - Salles-Curan

Plage des Vernhes (labeled Blue Flag), Salles Curan, monitored from July 10 to August 25, 2018 every day from 13h to 19h.

It contains :

  • Picnic tables along the lake, to the right of the supervised beach.
  • beach volleyball court
  • hard tennis table tennis
  • games for children
  • a parking.
  • sanitary facilities (showers and toilets).
  • Shops that welcome you: snack bar, restaurant, boat ride, boat rentals, pedal boats...
Water sports
Canoë Le Soulio Le Cirque des Baumes - -La-Malène
04 66 48 81 56

A new season begins.

The rental of Canoe Soulio, in the heart of the Gorges du Tarn is open.

It offers two courses (10 and 21 km) that allow you to discover the most beautiful part of the Gorges du Tarn at its own pace, without time constraints. The vehicle is at the finish of the canoe trip.

Plage Les Vernhes
Water sports in Salles-Curan
Canoë le Soulio
Water sports in -La-Malène
Other outing
Plage des Vernhes - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 04 03

Embark aboard the boat Le Papillon Jaune and discover the beauty of the landscape and all the secrets of the lake thanks to this guided tour.

Le Papillon Jaune - Bateau Promenade
Other outing in Salles-Curan
Culture
Entertainment
Relaxation
Sports
Outings
Bank
22, Place de la Mairie - Salles-Curan
05 65 42 46 93
Opening times:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 09:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 09:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 09:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday: Closed

Bank
Rue del Peyral - Salles-Curan
05 65 67 11 17
Opening times:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: Closed
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Crédit Agricole Nord Midi-Pyrénées
Bank in Salles-Curan
Agence Groupama Salles Curan
Bank in Salles-Curan
Post office
Rue de la confrerie - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 36 39

La Poste is open from Monday to Saturday from 10h to 12h

La Poste
Post office in Salles-Curan
Tourist office
Place de la Mairie - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 31 73
Opening times:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:00 PM – 05:00 PM
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Tourist office
Rue Louis Blanc - Rodez
05 65 75 40 12
Opening times:

Monday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:45 PM – 05:30 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:45 PM – 05:30 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:45 PM – 05:30 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:45 PM – 05:30 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:45 PM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Office Tourisme Salles Curan Pareloup
Tourist office in Salles-Curan
Comité Départemental du Tourisme de l'Aveyron
Tourist office in Rodez
Supermarket
1920, Avenue de Pareloup - Salles-Curan
05 65 59 99 96
Opening times:

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

Supermarket
Rue de la Confrérie - Salles-Curan
05 65 74 08 81
Opening times:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 04:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 04:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 04:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 04:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 04:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Sunday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 AM

Au Temps d'Antan
Supermarket in Salles-Curan
Petit Casino
Supermarket in Salles-Curan
Hairdresser
Rue de la Confrérie - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 07 14
Homeware shop
Place du Foirail - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 34 59
Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 05:30 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:30 PM
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:30 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:30 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday: Closed

Hairdresser
Rue del Peyral - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 35 97
Emily Coiffure
Hairdresser in Salles-Curan
Gaubert Christophe
Homeware shop in Salles-Curan
Boudou Magali
Hairdresser in Salles-Curan
Repair workshop
Avenue de Rodez - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 36 75
Repair workshop
Avenue de Sully - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 35 23
Petrol station
Avenue de Sully - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 35 23
Repair workshop
Route de Millau - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 35 62
Opening times:

Monday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Repair workshop
Route de Millau - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 36 53
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday: Closed

Poujade
Repair workshop in Salles-Curan
Pareloup Automobile
Repair workshop in Salles-Curan
Garage Vaysse
Petrol station in Salles-Curan
Garage Ducros
Repair workshop in Salles-Curan
SAS Pasielski Nicolas
Repair workshop in Salles-Curan
Banks
Post offices
Administration
Supermarkets
Shops
Motor services
Restaurant
Base Nautique des Vernhes Lac de Pareloup, Salles-Curan
05 65 71 75 53
Opening times:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 00:00 AM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 00:00 AM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 00:00 AM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 00:00 AM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Restaurant
6, Rue de la Confrérie - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 02 51
Restaurant
Les tilleuls, place de la mairie - -
05 65 46 33 08

In a warm and relaxed rustic setting, you will taste regional cuisine and enjoy the specialties of Aveyron without doubts.

Restaurant
Canet - Canet-de-Salars
05 65 46 85 13
Restaurant
Saint-Martin des Faux - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 35 00
Restaurant
St Martin des Faux
05 65 46 35 09
Restaurant/Bar Les Reflets du Lac
Restaurant in Salles-Curan
Restaurant L Excepcion
Restaurant in Salles-Curan
Les Tilleuls
Restaurant in -
Auberge des Arcades
Restaurant in Canet-de-Salars
Gaubert-Lacaze Isabelle
Restaurant in Salles-Curan
Hôtel ** - Restaurant «Aux Berges de Pareloup»
Restaurant in Saint-Martin-des-Faux
Bar
Les Vernhes - Salles-Curan
Le DELTA BAR
Bar in Salles-Curan
Bakery
Avenue de Pareloup - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 33 45
Opening times:

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

Bakery
Rue de la Confrérie - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 08 75
Saquet Christian
Bakery in Salles-Curan
Soulié Philippe
Bakery in Salles-Curan
Restaurants
Cafés & Bars
Bakeries
Chemist
Rue de la Confrérie - Salles-Curan
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 12:15 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:15 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:15 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:15 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:15 AM, 02:30 PM – 07:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 12:30 AM
Sunday: Closed

Dentist
Place du Foirail - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 12 12
Doctor
Place du Foirail - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 12 12
Hospital
17, Avenue Amans Rodat - Rodez
Pharmacie Vermorel
Chemist in Salles-Curan
Souyris Colette
Dentist in Salles-Curan
Ducamp François
Doctor in Salles-Curan
Hopital Combarel
Hospital in Rodez
Police
Route de Malgayres - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 33 02
Gendarmerie Nationale
Police in Salles-Curan
Vet
Les Vernhes - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 04 50
Vet
Rue du Barry - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 05 10
Vet
Place de la Mairie - Salles-Curan
05 65 46 30 71
De Forni-Pachot Et Ferrieu
Vet in Salles-Curan
Ferrieu Henri
Vet in Salles-Curan
Cabinet Vétérinaire Dr BRU Céline et Dr RICOU Raphaël
Vet in Salles-Curan

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

Healthcare
Public services
Vets
Departure in Low Season

For rentals, departures take place before 10am

For pitches, departures take place before 11am

High Season Departures

During the months of July and August, departures rentals are in the morning between 8am and 10am.

The departures of the sites take place in the morning between 8h and 11h.

For rent, cleaning must be done before delivery of the accommodation.

If you do not want to clean or it is not done before your departure, you will be asked a package of 80 €.

Locative Departure:

Departures are between 8h and 10h at the reception.

We also invite you to take care of the material that is available to you because it will be billed to you in case of deterioration or loss.

Some indications: the day before departure, defrost the refrigerator. In the morning, clean the rental as well as the dishes so that the future holidaymaker will find the rental clean.

If you have complaints about the inventory of your rental, these must be reported during the day of arrival or the next day if you make a late arrival. If no observations are made, the inventory will be considered complete.

Final cleaning is your responsibility. If the cleaning of your rental is not done correctly, a cleaning fee of 80 € will be charged.

Start Camping pitch

No later than 12h, if possible.

Nearest airports:
  • (44 km, 45 min)
  • (98 km, 1h19)
  • (144 km, 1h58)
Nearest railway stations:
  • (28 km, 35 min)
  • (96 km, 1h20)

We were very happy to welcome you to our campsite, and we thank you for having trusted us for your holidays.

If our campsite and your stay particularly pleased you, do not hesitate to recommend us by putting an opinion on Internet.

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We would be very grateful for your active participation and for your contribution to the reputation of our campsite.

Hoping to have the pleasure of receiving you again,

The Beau-Rivage camping team

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Vincent welcomes you with his family on his campsite in Aveyron. We are a human-sized campsite where the welcome is family and relaxed. In an exceptional green setting on Lake Pareloup, 3 km from the village of Salles-Curan and 20 minutes from Micropolis or the cellars of Roquefort, Camping Sites and Landscapes Beau Rivage in Aveyron offers 80 locations in terraces, delimited by hedges of fir trees for tents and caravans as well as rental houses.

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