Grass Pitch With Electricity

Europe France Midi-pyrénées Aveyron Moulin de Liort

  • Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
Grass Pitch With Electricity. Each camping spot offers sun and shade in equal measures. The tranquil little River Liort streams through the site, offering opportunities to paddle in the water.

The Owner Says

Moulin de Liort is a campsite in the heart of a gorgeous valley. A little river the Liort streams through, giving a calm and cosy atmosphere. A parking area is provided away from the pitches.

Price included 2 adults + car (ou Camper van) + Electricity

On site:

  • 5 toilets
  • 3 showers
  • Free WiFi available
  •  bar with a terrace
  • The shop there sells home-grown fruit and veg, eggs from the hens, homemade jams, bread, juices and different wines.
  • A children's playground and a ping pong table, children can play in the on-site river.
During peak season, activities are also organised: hikes, tours of local farms, communal campfires, hand-craft activities and more.

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About Moulin de Liort

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, children – yes. Dogs (€1.50) and caravans – during peak season only.


Revel in the local landscape. The hills around the campsite are perfect for hiking, the River Viaur (a 15-minute drive) is full of popular swimming spots and river beaches, while local lake La Roucarié is 30 minutes by car. Canoeing, horse riding and cycling are all possible too. For children, try a visit to the Parc Animalier of Pradinas (10 minutes; 06 08 52 37 11), where brown bears and wolves are among the main highlights. The region is best known, however, for its bastides – medieval fortified towns – such as Sauveterre, Najac and Villefranche de Rouergue (home to one of the largest monasteries in the world) – and the episcopal city of Albi, less than an hour from the campsite, has even been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rodez, the capital of the Aveyron, has a particularly magnificent cathedral and Belcastel is also just a half hour drive away.

Food & Drink

The on-site bar serves a range of coffees – filter, espresso, cappuccino, americano and so on – along with tea and delicious home-made fruit juice. Every evening they also make French fries to take away and on Sunday's they have a big pancake cooking night, both savoury and sweet (not to be missed). If you fancy eating out, try Le Café du Faubourg (05 65 81 25 47) in La Salvetat-Peyralès (2km away) or Auberge de Bruno et Marie (05 65 81 43 89). It's 11km to Rieupeyroux where the restaurant in Hotel du Commerce (05 65 65 53 06) offers the poshest option, while Bar de l’Agriculture (05 65 65 52 69) is far more relaxed. Sauveterre du Rouergue, 15 km away, is worth the drive for utterly charming La Grappe D’Or restaurant (05 65 72 00 62).

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Rated ★★★★★ over 5 reviews


Magical paradise in nature

We loved it here. Our pitch was alongside the stream - as all the pitches are - with welcome shade and some sun. The valley is a verdant paradise, just so beautiful. Herman and Anne-Marie have created a wonderful place and were kind and interested. We had pancakes at their small bar after a long, lost cycle ride. Beware that cycling in these parts is only for the dedicated - it's not called The Land of a Hundred Valleys for nothing - long climbs, followed by steep descents with not much in between. The local towns of Sauveterre, Najac and Villefranche were all beautiful and St Cirq-Lapopie worth the hour's drive. The whole area was a revelation and the campsite perfect in its simplicity. We shall return.
Aug 11, 2021 by Sarah Hart Verified Review

Our favourite campsite!

This was our favourite campsite of the 7 we stayed at. It’s a beautiful site with lots of space, clean facilities, wonderful hosts, a gorgeous stream that runs through the site which you can walk through to deeper pools. Very relaxing, lots to do in the area but also lovely just hanging out at the campsite!
Sep 2, 2020 by Emma

Beautifull and child friendly camping

Moulin de Liort is a beautifull camping, I've been there many times and I still want to go back. The camping lies in a vally between two little villages. Nature is beautifull and the river which goes through the camping is nice and refreshing. The owners speak Dutch, French and English very well, they do everything to make youre holliday one to remember! It's a child friendly camping, for even the youngest of children. There is fresh bread every morning, and enough brochures in the shop with many walks and other things to do. In short, this camping is the perfect place for a relaxing time away from home. They will see me returning for sure!
Apr 16, 2019 by I. Huiskens

Quitness and it is still real camping

Very nice campsite, lovely valley with a small stream running through. In summer a paridise for children who can play and swim just in front of their pitch. Lots of nice villages in the area. Great walks from the campsite (maps available). Fresh vegetables and eggs. Out of the holliday season peace and quite for the elderly.
Jan 31, 2019 by Arnold and Nora

Why I use Cool Camping!

Yuss! This place sums up exactly why Cool camping is such a good website. We went on a family camping holiday and stayed at two campsites in the Loire Valley area before moving further south. Those ones were alright (think I just found them on tripadvisor or google) but I found Moulin de Loirt on Cool Camping and it was so much more of the kind of traditional family camping we wanted. Proper camping! Campfires, river the kids were building a dam in and made some French friends quickly and just a generally laid back feel. Much better than the bigger paces we had stayed in further north that were super busy and had massive swimming pools instead of a natural river. Thanks Cool Camping, keep finding these kind of places pleeeease :)
Oct 30, 2018 by DD & Rob Burns


Moulin de Liort is located at Moulin de Liort, 12440 La Salvetat-Peyralès, Aveyron, France

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Getting There

In La Salvetat follow signs towards Carmaux. As soon as you are outside of the village of La Salvetat, turn left towards Tayrac and follow that road downhill. After 2 kilometres, you will see the campsite entrance on your right. Continue another 80 meters and take the path on your left, following the sign that says “Camping Réception” to where you sign in.

The nearest train stations are in Carmaux (05 63 53 32 06) and Rodez (where there is also a small airport; 05 65 42 20 30). The nearest busy airport is in Toulouse (0825 38 00 00).