The campground

Moulin du bidounet

The campsite

Located in Chasselas country, near to the romanesque Abbey which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the  Camping*** du Moulin de Bidounet welcomes you to an exceptional natural site.

Situated on shaded island of 2.5 hectares on the river Tarn, the campsite’s calm environment is ideal for families and is only 2 km from the town centre and 500m from the Canal des 2 Mers with its veto verte cycle track. No mobiles home here! Lovers of real camping will be delighted…

Children’s club, fishing with a rod, rambling, cycling or petanque with friends, there is something for everyone to ensure you leave with happy memories of restful holidays surrounded by nature.

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A campsite steeped in history…

 

The reception is situated on the site of the mill where Firmin Bouisset was born in 1859. He was a celebrated poster artist, remembered for, inter alia, the Little Girl for Chocolat Meaner, the Little Schoolboy for LU biscuits.

In the 20th century, the mill generated hydroelectricity and became a campsite 30 years ago.

 

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… Bound for one of the Great Sites of Midi-Pyrenees

Beyond the exceptional built heritage, beginning a thousand years ago with the building of the Abbey to the 1930s Art Deco district, the town offers a multitude of activities from hiking to nautical sports which you will be able to enjoy without needing a car. This is a receipt for a successful and enjoyable stay. And, during summer, concerts and nocturnal visits will animate your evenings.

If you wish to discover more great sites in Midi-Pyrenees less than an hour drive you will be able to discover Montauban, Albi…., with sights, gastronomy and history quite different.

 

Openings

The campsite is open from 1st of March to 30th September from:

  • 8h30 to 12h00 and from 15h30 t0 19h in april and september,
  • 8h30 to 12h and from 14h30 to 19h30 in may and june
  • 8h30 to 12h and from 14h to 20h30 i n july and august.

For bungalows hire we are open from 3.30pm

The campsite is run by the Tourist Office.