Camping Les Tours, Saint Amans des Côts, SW France

camping les tours

This is a small and remote campsite set in the Aveyron region of SW France which may appeal to some people. It is accessed via long and winding roads to get to it, so I would say if you actually want to visit this remote area then consider this campsite, but perhaps there are better campsites if you are just looking for an easy and enjoyable family holiday in France. Please research the area first using maps etc. The route is very scenic which may appeal to some.

The area has some stunning scenery but also some very small and steep roads, so please do your research before going.

The campsite itself is a little rustic compared to some larger sites. It has a beautiful lakeside setting. It is set on a hillside so not ideal if you have mobility issues or a buggy etc. However as a positive, many of the mobile homes are fairly private. This can be a positive or a negative depending on what type of holiday you are looking for!

We have still to complete this page so in the meantime we suggest you go directly to the Tohapi website to look at this lovely campsite.

This is a fairly small site and offers an excellent pool area with plenty of sunloungers. There is also direct access to a lake. There are also tennis courts.

  • • Swimming pools, along with slides
  • • Cycle Hire
  • • Fishing
  • • Tenns, basketball, volleyballl, table tennis
  • • Canoeing, Kayaking
  • • Climbing wall and zipwire
  • • Games Room

Booking Your Holiday

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Getting There

If you are driving from the Channel Ports you will probably need an overnight stay somewhere as you make your way down through France. Or you could fly and hire a car.


There are flights by a variety of airlines from the UK and Ireland to the following airports:

  • • Rodez : km
  • •  km

Public Transport

  • • Train station:
  • • Gare SNCF de Montpellier : km
  • • Gare SNCF de Nîmes : km

Things to Do in the Area

Steam Train of Cevennes

Running between Anduze and Saint Jean du Gard the train passes through tunnels and over viaducts and is an excellent way to see the beautiful countryside of the region.


An ancient village that is worth visiting.



Disclaimer: The reviews published on the site are intended solely for the purpose of providing general information and comment and are purely our opinions. We cannot guarantee that descriptions on this site are accurate, up to date or free from error. Some people a busy campsite with lots of activities while someone else may love a quiet campsite with a small swimming pool. Actually we tend to be the latter ! So what we have done is highlight the good points of the sites and maybe point out a few of what we have found as slightly negative points. However we strongly recommend that you make full use of as many internet sources as possible before deciding about your holiday, including other review sites and Google maps etc.