At Le Moulin campsite, explore the wonders of the South West region of France: sun, lush natural environment and warm welcome, for a great camping holiday guaranteed. Choose to stay in a luxury establishment, for a camping holiday in the French countryside, between Toulouse and the Spanish border.Discover
What if, for your next holiday, you opted for a campsite in the Haute-Garonne? Discover our selection of top-of-the-range campsites, and set off to discover the Pyrenees, the Canal du Midi, the…
Family camping holidays: explore the natural sites of the Haute-Garonne
Once you have settled into your campsite in Occitania, you can finally discover the many nature areas of the Haute-Garonne. Which site will you choose? The Confluence Nature Park? Buzet forest? Unless you prefer a walk with your family on the paths of the Bois du Burgaud wood, or a river cruise on the Canal du Midi? You are spoilt for choice!
A route to discover the towns of Haute-Garonne, from the Comminges region to the “pink city” of Toulouse
After taking full advantage of the nature areas of the Haute-Garonne, it is time to explore the surrounding towns and villages. By choosing a campsite near Toulouse, you have a front row seat to discover the treasures of the capital of Occitania. The pink brick facades, the Capitole, the banks of the Canal du Midi... Then visit the emblematic sites of the Comminges: Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges, nicknamed the Mont-Saint-Michel of the Pyrenees, the Château of Valmirande or the village of Isle-en-Dodon.
Culinary specialities: a gourmet stopover in Haute-Garonne
Violets have been grown in the Toulouse region since the 19th century, earning the city the nickname “City of Violets”. Many regional specialities are produced from this flower: sweets, liqueurs, syrups and honey. A delight for foodies young and old alike! Why not take the opportunity to try the city's signature dish, 'cassoulet'? Unless you prefer to enjoy a few slices of goose or duck 'foie gras'?
Continue the festivities with a bowl of 'tourin à l'ail', a tasty local soup, and a slice of 'fénétra', a cake made with candied lemon and apricot.