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Next to the ancient foothill village of Comminges, Camping Pré Fixe oozes both charm and calm! Campers are spoiled for choice with a number of accommodation options on offer including traditional tent pitches, luxury lodges and chalets as well as the cute little Canadian mini rental tents on stilts – perfect for camping couples.
With an on-site swimming pool, badminton court, trampoline and more activities than you shake a baguette at, there's plenty to keep you occupied (and that's not even mentioning the outdoor pursuits that await in the surrounding mountains).
Our personal highlight is the camp's own bistro/bar – Le Bistro. A labour of love for resident sommelier (a wine expert, to you and me) and owner Cyril, this welcoming hub of campsite life stocks some of the finest local produce and best varieties of vino courtesy of a carefully selected band of local producers.
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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
Tents for hire
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Motorhome service point
Water hook-up points for tourers
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Lake and/or mountain
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Medium (26-50 pitches)
By car from Paris: take the A10 towards Bordeaux for 582km then take the A62 from Bordeaux to Toulouse for 242km. Next, follow the A64 for approximately 60km towards Tarbes. Come off at exit 21 for Aurignac and then follow Cassagnabère and you will arrive in the village where the campsite is situated after approximately 8km.
By train from Paris: take the TGV from Gare Paris-Montparnasse to Toulouse (approximately 5 hours 10 minutes on TGV) or you can take a non-TGV train from the Gare d'Austerlitz. There is a minimum of 20 trains per day which travel the Paris to Toulouse route, three of which are direct. From Toulouse take the train from the Gare Toulouse-Matabiau towards Boussens or St-Gaudens De Toulouse to get to the village of Cassagnabère.
By plane from Paris: Depart on a flight from Paris-Orly or Charles De Gaulle to Toulouse. From Toulouse take the train from the Gare Toulouse-Matabiau towards Boussens or St-Gaudens De Toulouse to get to the village of Cassagnabère.
La Pistouflerie bar runs concerts frequently on Fridays and Saturdays and is just 300m from the campsite
There are also lots of local markets, one of them is named the Marché au gras in Samatan and is known throughout the south west for selling foie gras, confit and local delicacies.
Take time to explore the hilly landscape and small, charming rural villages, which change with every different time of the day.
There are lots of routes for walking, hiking and bike tours allowing you to contemplate the surrounding beautiful landscapes. The 88km Greenway route passes through Cassagnabère and crosses pretty little villages such as Comminges and the River Garonne. There are also mountain tours and mountain climbing or you can try horse riding or scooters with everyone choosing their own pace to discover the area.
Next to the Pyrénées, you can discover caves, climbing, paragliding, rafting, canyoning, kayaking for all levels of ability.
The Pré Fixe campsite is ideally located for exploring this magnificent and historic Haute-Garonne region and its towns and villages, which are rich in character and culture, make sure you pay a visit to the following:
- Aurignac: a marvellous village located on one of the highest mound in the small Pyrénées. It is a prehistoric site which gave its name to the paleolithic period, the 'Aurignacienne' period. A prehistoric museum recently opened in the village.
- St Bertrand de Comminges: a classified UNESCO heritage site, this architectural marvel is the highest spot for art and uncovering the central history of the Pyrénées.
- Albi, Carcassonne, Lourdes and Toulouse all reveal an extraordinary architectural heritage. Toulouse, 'the Pink City', is famous as the home of European aerospace business where you can discover the home of the Airbus, and the Cité de l’espace' space museum.
- Le Pic du Midi: one of the most beautiful cliffs in the Hautes-Pyrénées situated 2877 meters high.
- Luchon, Arreau: two mountain villages where you can watch the local Aure eagles soar.