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Campings in Auvergne, France:

Camping Le Clos Auroy

Orcet, Rue de la narse

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Camping La Fressange
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Camping Les Acacias

Bellerive sur Allier, Rue Claude Decloitre

Description: 4 stars Campsite of 85 pitches with rental of Mobil-homes (28). In this campsite, there are: - a heated swimming pool with children's pool and water slide. - a nightclub ..

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Camping Bois de Gravière
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Camping La Roseraie

Brugheas, Route de Randam

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Camping Municipal le Chanset
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Camping du Pré Bas
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Camping de Serrette
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Camping La Chanterelle
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Camping des Gorges de l'Allier
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Map of campings in Auvergne, France

Please note, only campings, which provided gps coordinates, are displayed on the map.



Auvergne

Auvergne region in France is located towards the middle of the country and it is considered to be one of the hidden gems of the camping world. Camping Auvergne is the dream come true because of the unspoilt nature and lack of tourist crowds. There are more than a few hundred camping spots scattered all over Auvergne. All of them are evaluated by the authorities and awarded one to four stars. As a result, it is relatively easy to evaluate the quality of a campsite before actually getting there. The high season for camping Auvergne is considered to be from July to the end of August, the same as in the whole country.

While considering camping Auvergne, keep in mind that there is not much to do in terms of clubbing, shopping or city-life like activities. It is much more suited for nature lovers and people who want to escape their fast-paced city lives. The northern part of Auvergne is rather flat with plenty of camping spots to choose from. The scenery boasts the green Loire and Allier valleys stretching out as far as your eyes can see. The southern part of the region is much hillier and mountainous. It is also the biggest volcanic area in Europe. However, there is not anything to worry about because the volcanoes have not been active in thousands of years. On the plus side, there are many hot springs to be enjoyed by the camping lovers in Auvergne. There are also many Romanesque churches, dungeons and castles present. Camping Auvergne is sure to appeal to people who love nature and look for a different way to spend their holidays.

Latest camping reviews (Auvergne)

Camping La Fressange

France > Auvergne > Saint Didier en Velay

is a very nice campground in a quiet and greenery. Access to the pool is free in the summer. And managers are very acceuillants. A counselor for all types of stays... More

Camping Le Clos Auroy

France > Auvergne > Orcet

A great site, very quiet and peaceful, used it only as a stop-over but would recommend it for a longer stay. Lots to see and do in the Auvergne... More