Camping Clos de Banes is a great campsite. Here, you and your family can enjoy the quiet and green ambience of Aveyron.
The heated pool is guaranteed fun for the whole family. Camping Clos de Banes is located in a town called Banes and it offers an amazing view of the Aubrac. If you are interested in French cuisine then you should definitely visit the local market of Sainte-Geneviève. The 6km ride to the torn is also worth a visit and to spend a evening relaxing with your family.
Relaxation for the parents, fun for the children
The close by medieval manor house from the 18th century is definitely worth a visit and the excellent facilities will make your holiday at Camping Clos de Banes memorable. There is something to do for all family members. For example you can go for a swim in the pool or relax in the sauna. A small whirlpool is on the campsite as well. And If you aren’t in the mood for cooking, why not visit the restaurant and enjoy the French specialty. Here, you can also have a drink while your children have fun playing ping-pong. In the morning there will be a service for you to have breakfast so that you and your children can start the day right. Bread rolls can be ordered in advance at the local bakery.
Families who like to be busy all holiday are at the right place in the beautiful landscapes of Camping Clos de Banes. Lakes and picturesque river valleys like the Gorges du Truyère make this place even more beautiful. In the surrounding areas of Camping Clos de Banes you can go on exciting canoe tours for example. Hikers and mountain bikers can look forward to exploring the area. In the mood for a cultural day trip? Visit one of the many French villages such as Conques and Saint-Flour.
The green and hilly area of Montagnes d'Aubrac is marked by its high plateaus, beautiful lakes and rivers and impressing ancient villages and castles. You are situated in the northern part of Aveyron, which originated from an old volcanic crag. The region borders Truyère in the north and Lot in the south.In the area there is a lot to explore. A few sights even are part of the UNESCO world heritage.
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