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- Located by a former watermill on a crystal clear brook
- Family oriented with a wide range of facilities for all
- Ideal choice for relaxing stays
Moulin de Chaules is located by a former watermill on a crystal clear brook. The campsite and its pitches are part of the former rural Chaules estate. The ruins of the old castle, owned by the neighbour, rise high above the trees and can be visited at any time.
During the high-season (July/August) the campsite is very family oriented with a wide range of facilities for all. In low season, we are an ideal choice for relaxing stays.
All the grass pitches are on the sunny side of the hill. The trees provide just enough shade for a siesta.
Toilet blocks have a 24-hour hot water showers; a baby corner with dressing room and baby bath with hot and cold water; wash basins; a washing-up area with hot and cold water; children’s toilets; laundry and ironing facilities (extra charges apply); and a chemical disposal.
The bar and restaurant with a lovely terrace offer simple à la carte menus, snacks and pizzas or takeaway. There is an Internet hotspot available (extra charges apply) and a small shop for everyday essentials. The campsite's bakery prepares fresh baguettes and croissants.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Fully serviced pitches
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Medium (26-50 pitches)
From Paris follow the A10, at Orleans take the A71. At Vierzon take the A20. Pass Limoges and Brive and leave the A20 at Junction 56, signposted Figeac.
Follow the signposts for Figeac Centre Ville. Once in the town centre, follow the directions for Aurillac on the RN122. After 22 kilometres you will arrive at Maurs. After entering Maurs turn right, signposted Decazeville/St.Constant D-663. Continue for 5 kilometres until you reach St Constant junction. Do not enter the village, but continue in the direction of Decazeville. After 400 metres you will see a turning on the left signposted Mourjou/Calvinet/Chaules D-28. Take this turning and continue for about 2 kilometres. The campsite entrance is on the left.
The Cantal area is well known for its gastronomy. The Cantal cheese and Fougasse - a brioche flavoured with brandy or orange flower water and filled with crystallized fruit - are among many of the local specialties.
The landscape of the Cantal highlands changes into sweeping glacier valleys, lakes and waterfalls and is a wide plateau inhabited by deer, goats, rock thrushes and peregrine falcons.
A nature lover's paradise, the Cantal is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with many opportunities to relax.
Alternatively, the area is perfect for various activities thanks to its diverse landscape. There are a number of golf courses across the region. Riding, hiking and mountain climbing are also on offer. There are plenty of lakes where you can swim, sail and windsurf. The lakes also offer great opportunities for spin, bait or fly fishing.
The summers are usually long and warm with temperatures often reaching 30 degrees.