Our magnificent region between Cévennes & Gorges du Tarn

Activities and discoveries

Our magnificent region’s nature alone warrants the journey. Ever-present, unspoilt, wild but welcoming, it makes our surroundings some of the most beautiful in France.

A UNESCO listed site, the Causses & Cévennes area unrolls its causses, mountain valleys, smaller valleys, sunny paths, villages with flagstone roof tiles, etc. If visitors are respectful of the environment, mindful of the flora, fauna, history, culture, stones, and people, everyone can benefit from these moments of grace offered by this little corner of paradise.

To discover nearby

  • The church of Ispagnac (classified as a historical monument),
  • The Gorges du Tarn, classified as a UNESCO world heritage site (the campsite is at the entrance of the geographical area constituting this site),
  • The village of Quézac and the bottling factory for its spring water (3 minutes’ walk from our campsite),
  • The town of Florac and its castle (about 15 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • Mont Lozère (about 50 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • The Cham des Bondons site (about 20 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • Cascades de Runes (about 30 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • The village of Sainte-Enimie, which appears on the list of the most beautiful villages in France (about 30 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • The impressive Millau viaduct which overlooks the Tarn valley (about 2 hours from the campsite by car),
  • The grotte de l’Aven Armand (about 60 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • The grotte Dargilan, in Meyruès (about 1 hour and 15 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • The town of Mende, prefecture of the Lozère (about 35 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • Le village d’Aumont-Aubrac (about 60 minutes from Pré Morjal by car),
  • The Cévennes (about 15 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • The Roman town of Nîmes (about 2 hours and 20 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • The Mont Aigoual, its meteorological station, and observation post (about 60 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • The impressive Abîme de Bramabiau (about 1 hour and 20 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • The « Maison du Mont Lozère », in the municipality of Pont-de-Monvert, houses a museum which highlights all the aspects of Mont Lozère: geology, fauna, flora, history, culture, architecture, countryside, etc. (about 60 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • The town of Anduze, its potters, and its little steam train (about 1 hour and 20 minutes from the campsite by car),
  • Honey, aligot (a cheese and mashed potato dish) and beef from the Aubrac, and calf’s head are regional specialities that many local producers and artisans offer,
  • The endurance horse riding race, the 160 km of Florac, starts in Ispagnac every year,
  • European bison in Margeride (about 1 hour and 20 minutes from the campsite by car), wolves from Gévaudan to Sainte-Lucie (about 50 minutes from the campsite by car), and vultures in the Jonte gorges (about 1 hour and 10 minutes from the campsite by car) can all be seen in the parks and unspoilt environments dedicated to them,
  • La Garde Guerin, a fortified village (about 90 minutes from the campsite by car).

A sampling of the activities

  • Outdoor sports: walks, mountain biking, paragliding, bicycle touring, via ferrata climbing, caving, climbing, bungee jumping, accrobranches (obstacle courses in trees), cross country scootering, etc.,
  • White water sports: canoeing, canyoning, paddling boats, fishing, etc.,
  • Horse or donkey riding,
  • The GR 6 (a long-distance footpath) of the Gorges du Tarn starts in Ispagnac,
  • The GR 65 (a part of the Camino de Santiago) passes about 10 kilometres from the campsite,
  • The GR 60 (Causse Méjean and Sauveterre),
  • The GR 44 (Causse Sauveterre and Mont-Lozère),
  • The GR 70 (230 km) is known as the “Stevenson trail”.
  • The Chemin Urbain V (Urban Trail 5), consisting of GR 670, 70, 61, 6 and 63.