The Gorges from down below
It's the best way to discover this gorgeous landscape and amazing wildlife from the inside. The Tarn River is open to everyone from April to October (depending on the water level).
Cirque des Baumes: an exceptional spot
With nearly 750 bolted routes, the climbing site of the Gorges du Tarn is a tremendous spot!
The Tarn & the trout
The Tarn is one of the most beautiful European rivers for fishing lovers.
Hiking in the Gorges du Tarn and the Causses
There’s nothing like a walk to travel back through time and learn the story of people from this land, hear their legends and understand their culture.
7 cycling trails, 8 MTB trails and 1 orienteering route to discover the Gorges du Tarn and the Grands Causses.
These routes cross three of the Grands Causses: Causse de Sauveterre, Causse Méjean and Causse Noir where the Tarn and Jonte rivers formed the Gorges du Tarn canyon.
Canoeing, Rock Climbing, Via Ferrata, Canyonning, Fishing, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Cycling, Paragliding...
Here is a non-exhaustive list of the main activity providers with whom we usually work.
Tourist Offices, Town Hall, Tourist Boards...
Here are a few links to the websites of institutional tourism main players in the area.
Caves, Museums, Animal Parks, Engineering Structures, Cheese Factories...
Here are a few links to the websites of the area main tourist sites worth visiting when staying at Camping La Blaquière.
WELCOME TO LA BLAQUIÈRE CAMPSITE
Climbing, canoeing, fishing, hiking, cycling, visiting, enjoying the gastronomy, taking in the scenery… from the most active to the most relaxing stay, for a weekend break or a longer holiday, with friends or family, there’s something for every age and every taste.
La Blaquière campsite welcomes you for a real holiday by the river in a friendly atmosphere.