Les Rivages (REF : D20)

860 Avenue de l'Aigoual, Millau, 12100, France

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Ideal for ...

  • Active stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

This established site, set at the confluence of the Tarn and Dourbie rivers, offers a good base for exploring the region and enjoying many outdoor activities. Onsite, you can play tennis, badminton and volleyball, or cool off and swim in the gentle River Dourbie that flows past the site. There's also a new heated waterpark. Nearby there’s horse riding, canoeing and more. The generous pitches are well-appointed and shaded sun by trees.

A footpath links Les Rivages to Millau, with beautiful surroundings and belfry, part of which dates back to the 12th century. It has an excellent evening market, which takes place on a Monday and offers lots of local delicacies to taste. Set in the heart of the National Park des Grands Causses, you can explore on foot or by bike, while the stunning gorges of the Tarn can be appreciated from the hiking trails or the water.

Around and About

Roquefort-sur-Soulzon, Cirque de Navacelles, Avan Armand and Dargilan grottos, National Park of the Grands Causses, Abbaye de Sylvanès, Canoeing, Paragliding, Bike hire, Guided walks, Horse riding, Roquefort cheese caves, Markets.

Things to do on site ...

  • Daytime entertainment (high season)
  • Evening entertainment (high season)
  • Fishing
  • Games room
  • Paddling pool
  • Play area
  • Tennis

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities -: good
  • Fitness room
  • Late arrivals area without electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Swimming pool
  • Takeaway
  • TV room
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi availability: bar
  • Wi-Fi charge

Prices

Pitches

Pitch size (m2) Pitch surface Electricity Electricity amperage Water Water shared Drainage Drainage shared Other services on pitch Separated by
Electric Hook-up pitch - EL 100 grass

Yes

10 trees
Special pitch - SP 100 grass

Yes

10

Yes

Yes

trees
Large pitch - LP 140 grass

Yes

10

Yes

Yes

trees

Useful Info

Latest arrival time - low: 7:00 PM

Latest arrival time - high: 8:00 PM

Earliest departure time - low: 7:00 AM

Earliest departure time - high: 7:00 AM

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Directions

1/2 mile east of Millau. From Millau take the D991 out of town in the direction of Nant (signposted Gorges du Dourbie and Campings). Cross the Tarn river and continue to follow this road. The site is situated 500 yards after the bridge on the right.

Sites key: Overseas Site

Postcode:
12100
Region:
Midi-Pyrénées
Department:
Aveyron
Distance to Calais: (kms)
930
GPS:
Lat 44.101389 / Lon 3.096141
Michelin map no.
338

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Montpellier, Rodez
  • Daily public transport within 2 kms
  • Nearest port: Bilbao (634 kms)

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Does what it says on the tin!

We did a one night stop here on our way back from Spain. Overall my review is positive and one must be conscious that the site had only just opened for the season. That said it was scruffy and had an unkept feel to it - I felt that they could have made more of an effort in terms of cutting the grass and so on. To its credit, the facilities were certainly on a par with most other 4 star sites in France with good quality washrooms. We ate at the on site restaurant which was equally untidy but the food was good if not a little expensive. The site were very helpful on the telephone with road instructions as we got lost on the way in. The scenery and local area is stunning but beware of the entry and exit route - you can cook your brakes on the way in and boil over on the way out - the road is very steep. Good sized pitches. Would we return? Yes I would to give it the benefit of the doubt and see what it is like mid or late season.

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Good site and lovely location

The site is on the edge of the lovely town of Millau which is situated at the confluence of two rivers and overlooked by a nearby mountain, from the top of which daring paragliders launch themselves and ride the thermals. The pitches are adequately sized, though the trees on their entrances make it quite tricky getting caravans on and off-good job we have a mover fitted. We were near one of the shower and toilet blocks which are clean but I really didn't appreciate the lack of toilet seats! There are pools and there was some form of entertainment though we didn't go ourselves. My biggest gripe was when we were coming in, someone had parked just inside the entrance. Not knowing the site, I thought it was a queue and pulled up behind. I then found that the back of my caravan was blocking the roundabout and several angry motorists sounded their horns. They ought to mark that area "no parking!" A very nice site nevertheless and one I would come back to if in the area again.
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Good Site, mostly.

We have visited this site several times.  Staff are friendly and helpful, and pitches are generous in size, mostly shaded under trees.  There are two concerns relating to early-season visits (May >).  1). Lack of security:  there were night time prowlers round our caravan (and around the caravans of our Dutch neighbours) on two occasions.  There does not appear to be any security measures in place outside of high season, despite comments to the contrary in continental sites book.    2).  Early in the year many of the trees shed large quantities of cotton-wool-like floating seeds which get everywhere and adhere to, and can mark caravan and awning.
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Beautiful Site

Our first visit, but hopefully it will not be our last. The site is right next to a lovely fast flowing river with its own shingle beach (small). The pitches are fantastic. We have a 8m long Motorhome but you could lose it on some of the pitches all came with 10amp hook-ups water and drainage. There is a pitch for all, small to enormous. The onsite restaurant menu is a bit limited but hey the town of Millau is only a short walk away where you can get all types of food from takeaways to posh restaurants. The town itself is lovely if a little down on it's luck. obviously the main attraction is the famous viaduct and if you approach from the South do stop at he view point. Alternatively if you're coming from the North stop at the Millau Aire. It's a fantastic site. In fact we drove back 9km from the site to just drive over it.
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Ideal Location

Visited this site 3 times now in the last 7 years for around 10 days each. A well maintained site with helpful staff. A lovely pool area with 3 pools (1 for paddling, 1 for just a relaxing sit down, and a family pool). Facilities cleaned early morning and mid to early afternoon. Pitches are of a good size and the Grand Pitches are massive, perfect to accommodate a caravan, full awning and small tent with space for an outside table and chairs. The river beach has pebbles, but is a joy to swim in, with shallow areas for younger children. Regular patrols around the site through the day and night by staff for the security and safety of all. The only down side in our opinion, is there is an on site bar with entertainment until around 11:30PM, but his may suit some people. The town of Millau is in a stunning location in the base of the Tarn Valley, the town itself is very nice and through the summer has an evening food market on a Monday night with food and gifts from the local area. The restaurant on site is OK but mainly burgers and pizzas, however within 400yds of the site is a nice restaurant, there are also good eateries in the town it self. Lots of things to do in the area too. Kayaks can be hired locally with transport provided, paragliding if your brave enough, and lots of other family activities. Just to the north west of the town there are some large lakes with sailing, paddle-boarding and sandy beaches The Mediterranean Sea and beautiful sandy beaches is only 1.5 hours away and is a great day out. This is our favourite holiday location, and though we like going to different places, every couple of years we seem to yearn to go back to Millau.
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