We are 4 hours away from the Spanish border and under 3 hours from Bordeaux. The Mediterranean resorts of Sete and Agde are less than 4 hours drive from the campsite, so we are ideally situated for a welcome stop on the way further south. By Car: From the north, take the A20 motorway south towards Toulouse.Exit at Junction 57 (North Cahors). Head for Cours and then Vers. Bear left at Vers (direction St Cirq Lapopie) on the D662. Larnagol and the camp site is a 25 minute drive from here. By Air: The nearest airports are Rodez and Toulouse By Train: The nearest station is Cahors.
Camping Ruisseau du Treil is set in the Quercy Natural Park. Saint Cirq-Lapopie (voted France's favorite village in 2012) is just 9km away and easily accessible by car or cycle. The bustling village of Cajarc is also 9km with bars, restaurants and shops. Visits to the Caves of Pech Merle and the Chateau of Cenevieres are a "must". A little further afield - within 40 minutes drive are the historic towns of Cahors, with its famous Valentre Bridge, Villefranche de Rouergue - a bastide town dating from XI century and Figeac - nestling on the Cele river and famed for its picturesque medieval buildings and museums. Walking and Cycling routes are numerous with a few starting and finishing at the campsite.
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