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Private camping rentals at Puygaillard-De-Quercy 4

Land for
100 m²

Your host, Jérome

Member since June 2017. Responds within less than 6h 100% response time.


  • Electricity
  • Drying rack
  • Toilets (in house)
  • Independent dry toilets
  • Internet
  • Shower (in house)
  • Independent shower
  • Independent fridge
  • Shops
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You will be in a quiet place with greenery and woods in the background.

The setting

The farm is located 1km from Montricoux with all shops.
5 min from the castle of Bruniquel where the movie, The Old Gun was shot.

The spots

Flat land, easy access, overlooking the D15 road.
Shaded and unshaded pitches.

The sanitary facilities

Independent dry toilet.

The amenities

Plug outside the house. Possibility of extension cord.
Wired internet access.

The activities

Mountain biking, hiking, swimming, canoeing, climbing.
Summer festivals.

Other things

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  • Bar / Restaurant
  • Canoe / Kayak
  • Climbing
  • Cultural visits
  • Events
  • Fishing
  • Horse-riding
  • Swimming
  • Trails
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Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.

4 reviews

Land & setting
  • Uneasiness... The ground is under construction, it is not yet ready to welcome people (no shower or independent sanitary). Jerome had a reaction that really scared us when we preferred to leave his place (because we were too tired to camp that day). He was insistent, annoyed and nervous.

  • Thank you Jérôme for the warm welcome and the exchanges we were able to have.

  • Very good time, very good reception endrot pleasant! To be recommended

  • A warm welcome at Jérôme's with the sharing of a welcome aperitif with his companion in the Bodéga of the garden!
    The place is marvellous on the edge of a wood, the nature is more than present, the calm is there, and the place is near the beautiful villages of the area (Bruniquel, Montricoux, Saint Antonin Noble Val, ... and the gorges of the Aveyron!
    Nature lovers, don't hesitate :)
    Thank you Jérôme for your welcome!