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Private camping rentals at Ladinhac, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 2

Land for
5 ha

Your host, Nath

Member since January 2014. Responds within 26 days 49% response time.


  • Animals welcome
  • Drinking water
  • Toilets (in house)
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On a Natura 2000 site, we produce birch sap and other products with respect for nature and the environment.

The Domaine is located in the heart of a chestnut grove, between the Lot and the Aveyron, on 50 hectares of woods and meadows.

The setting

We are completely isolated, on the edge of a river (1st category).
We have many animals (horses, donkeys, goats, etc.).
The landscapes are very varied, the result of volcanic eruptions, the fauna and flora exceptional.

The spots

The pitches are not accessible by car, you are in the quiet.

The sanitary facilities

We have two dry toilets. For the shower, we will find a solution.
If our gite is not rented you have access to the sanitary facilities of the gite if you wish.

The activities

Many activities to do nearby.


Respect the environment and nature


  • Canoe / Kayak
  • Climbing
  • Fishing
  • Horse-riding
  • Swimming
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Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.

2 reviews

Land & setting
  • Close to the nature with people who like this place quite tortuous to get there...just take your time.
    Next time I'll stay down there to visit the place and the Ghoul and look for mushrooms.and I'll bring you my vegetable soup to change from the nettle and Chinese soup! Thank you for your kindness.

  • A wonderful and quiet place. A warm and friendly welcome. A great freedom concerning the place where to put the tent. It was really a refreshing and exotic week. A lot of activities on the spot as the descent in kayak of the Lot, the ascent of the Puy Mary. In period of the festival of street theater of Aurillac, many artists to discover with spectacles more crazy the ones than the others. Thank you very much for having welcomed us, it was a real pleasure. It's a pity we didn't talk more, I think you had a lot of nice things to teach us. See you soon.
    Anaïs and Jérémi