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Discover the Millau region

At Les Deux Vallées campsite, you are ideally placed to explore and discover our fabulous region. Between the Causses and the Cévennes, listed as World Heritage sites by UNESCO, lovers of nature, history and gastronomy will find here everything to meet their thirst for discovery of the local heritage and landscapes.

Historical heritage

The country of Templars and Hospitallers is known for the châteaux, fortresses and historical buildings that dot the region. They are the centre of many activities that take place throughout the summer months, the nearest being Le Couvertoirade, St Eulalie de Cernon and St Jean d'Alcas. A little further, Conques, Estaing are sites not to be missed for lovers of medieval history.

Contemporary heritage: Millau viaduct

Among the major sites of Midi-Pyrenees, this site is the most visited. There are many superlatives to describe it. As if suspended between heaven and earth by magic, the Millau viaduct is now the symbol of the Aveyron region. It was also a technical and human challenge, widely acclaimed for its bold and successful integration into the landscape.

Geological heritage: the Cirque de Navacelles

Seen from the top of a steep promontory, its shape and size are most impressive. Like a giant and spectacular funnel, the Cirque de Navacelles is more than 300m deep. Due to its size and its location, it is unique in Europe and warrants a detour!

Gastronomic heritage: Roquefort cheese

If it is born from a charming legend, Roquefort AOC is one of the most famous cheeses in French gastronomy and the flagship product of Aveyron. The sheep bred in the naturally protected area of the Larzac plateau are emblematic of the region. During your holiday in Aveyron, a must-see is a visit to the caves of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon!

Other flavours still form the wealth of Aveyron cuisine such as the Homs liquors, the Farçou, the Aligot, the Truffade, the goat and sheep cheeses... To discover in the markets of the surrounding villages. Direct sale from the producer to the consumer.

Craft heritage

The ‘Larzac Templier Causses & Vallées’ region has promoted sustainable development for many years through small-scale local production methods and expertise passed down through generations. The Sac du Berger company in Millau, the capital of the glove, is an example among many others.

And much more...

Among the many other activities on offer in the Aveyron department, you can explore many caves (Abime de Bramabiau, Dargilan, Aven Armand, etc.) and museums (Noria Espace de l'eau, Musée des automates, Fort of St Jean d'Alcas, etc.). Good places to visit on less sunny days!

The Causses and the Cévennes have been classified a UNESCO world heritage site since 28th June 2011.
Nant is one of the 22 communes of the Aveyron affected by this classification.

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Mobile home Classic 2 rooms (1/5 pers - TV - terrace 12m² - area 26m²):

37€ per night from 12/04 to 21/06 and from 31/08 to 13/10 (minimum 2 nights)

497€ per week from 20/07 to 02/08 (Saturday to Saturday)

525€ per week from 03/08 to 16/08 (Saturday to Saturday)


8 €/night from 12/04 to 28/06 and from 24/08 to 13/10

16 €/nuit from 27/07 to 16/08

Reservation from the web site or by phone at 0033 565 622 689

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