The appeal of Les Hameaux de Pomette Holiday Park lies in its quiet and peaceful location only a few kilometres to the north west of Cazals in the Lot Départment of France. The grounds of the park cover six hectares and house a selection of 48 chalets that are spread out over the gently sloping landscape.The park also serves as an ideal base for exploring the culture and gastronomy of Midi-Pyrénées region.Leisure facilities at Les Hameaux de Pomette Holiday ParkAt Les Hameaux de Pomette guests have the opportunity to go horse riding, canoeing or mountain biking.
On the grounds of the park you will find an outdoor pool, several areas for barbecuing and a lounge with games as well as a TV room.
Of course you can also try your hand at the typically French game of boules. Or what about a sociable tennis match? Head to the bar after a fun-packed day and make friends with the other guests and maybe pick up some top tips for your holiday. Your children can amuse themselves in the playground, the Mini Club or during the evening activities. The local area offers many opportunities for you to try out something that you usually wouldn’t get the chance to do, for example tree climbing, hot air balloon rides, paragliding or microlighting.
Accommodation at Les Hameaux de Pomette
The chalets on offer at Hameaux de Pomette are well spaced out on the grounds and measure 35 square metres for maximum of six people. The accommodation includes two bedrooms, a terrace with outdoor furniture, a living room/kitchen with a dishwasher and a comfortable bathroom with a shower. Air conditioning is available. You can find more detailed information about the apartments below under ‘accommodation’.
The area surrounding Les Hameaux de Pomette
Just two kilometres from the park there is a beautiful lake which is well suited for sailing and canoeing. If you are looking to buy food for your family then the best option is to drive to the supermarkets in Gourdon which lies 18 kilometres away. In nearby Cazals there is a weekly market on Sundays where you will also find a small takeaway and a few local restaurants that serve typical French cuisine. Don’t forget to try out the region’s red wine. The vineyards in the Lot Valley look forward to welcoming guests. In Cabrerets near Cahor you can find the ‘Pech Merle’ Cave, an archaeological particularity where you marvel at stalactites and notable Stone Age cave paintings. It is worth heading into Cahors itself to take a look at the Pont Valentré Bridge and the Saint-Ètienne Cathedral which has been classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Book your stay at Les Hameaux de Pomette Holiday Park right here with Camping Selection. Enjoy a relaxing break combined with the occasional activity and excursion into the neighbouring Dordogne or Lot-et-Garonne Départments.
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