Your campsite near the Truyère gorges
The Truyère gorges: an incredible site to discover
A listed site, the Truyère gorges are remarkable and untouched by mass tourism. Majestic, sinuous and wild, they form a natural separation between the Cantal mountains to the north and the Aubrac to the south.
Thanks to its exceptional biodiversity, the site has been classified by the Natura 2000 network for the preservation of 13 bird species. This grandiose site is one ofthe most attractive in France, particularly for the protection of forest and rock birds of prey.
You can punctuate your hikes by observing the flora and fauna that drink from the river at dawn.
Things to do in the Truyère gorges
Canoeing is undoubtedly the best way to discover the Truyère gorges. Just 5 minutes from the Sérendipité campsite, the Lanau nautical base awaits you to embark on a canoe, kayak, paddle, pedalo or electric boat. You can picnic on one of the islands along the way, marvelling at the beauty of the Truyère gorges.
Fishing is also a major activity in the Truyère gorges. The Lanau nautical base also organizes introductory carnivore fishing courses. Countless hiking, mountain biking, road biking, climbing and via ferrata trails.
Campsite near the Truyère gorges
The Truyère gorges are just a stone’s throw from the campsite. Among them, the panorama from the Mallet belvedere is an incredible vantage point from which to admire the Truyère and experience a truly peaceful moment. The ruins of the Château d’Alleuze are another exceptional site, unique and breathtakingly beautiful.
The Laussac peninsula is also a magical place, where you can swim, visit the pretty chapel and discover this green setting on foot. Not forgetting the famous Garabit railway viaduct, built by Gustave Eiffel and listed as a historic monument.