Private camping rentals at Antignac

Land for
Tents not accepted Caravans not accepted Minivans accepted Motorhomes accepted
680 m²

Your host, Alexia

Member since February 2024. Be the first to stay here and share the HomeCamper spirit.


  • Animals welcome
  • Horses welcome
  • Closed land
  • Independent access
  • Shops
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In the heart of the charming village of Antignac, a welcoming site offers camping enthusiasts a bucolic atmosphere and convenient accessibility.
From the moment you arrive, you'll be enveloped by the friendly, peaceful atmosphere. Whether you're looking for relaxation, authentic encounters or adventure, this site promises an unforgettable getaway, where calm and conviviality are the order of the day.
Come and enjoy the unique experience of a stay in the heart of village life, and let yourself be seduced by the timeless charm of this enchanting place.

The setting

From the plot you have a lovely view of the Notre-Dame du Roc-Vignonnet chapel. Dominating the village with its elegant silhouette, the Notre-Dame du Roc-Vignonnet chapel stands proudly against the sky.
It seems to silently watch over the village and its inhabitants, offering a haven of peace and contemplation in this bucolic landscape.
Surrounded by the luxuriant nature of the surrounding hills, the village of Antignac will bring you the rest you need.

The spots

South-facing. Fully fenced. You have the whole plot to yourself.

The sanitary facilities

No sanitary facilities available.

The amenities

Terrain nu.

The activities

- The "Chapelle Notre-Dame du Roc-Vignonnet" rock is a Cantal National Heritage site. Since February 19, 1934, the Roc du Vignonnet (5.27 hectares) has dominated the hamlet of Vignon below and the left bank of the river Sumène from a height of fifty meters.
- At an altitude of 678 m, the La Bouboulie peat bog is classified as a Natura 2000 site.
- The Rocher d'Urlande, which rises to 928m in the neighboring commune of Saint-Etienne-de-Chomeil, is a unique geological feature in the Sumène valley. It is home to numerous bird species, including peregrine falcons, rock swallows and ravens.
- Antignac is part of the Parc Naturel Régional des Volcans d'Auvergne.
- You're 15 minutes from the towns of Riom-ès-montagne and Bort-les-Orgues.


  • Bar / Restaurant
  • Climbing
  • Fishing
  • Horse-riding
  • Trails
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