Where to camp in Toulouse and its surroundings?
Make a stop at hosts with the South West singing accent that will open their garden’s doors. Whether you are looking to spend the night in the Pyrenean Mountains, in the many vineyards the region has, or at the gates of Toulouse, the HomeCamper hosts will warmly welcome you.
What to visit around Toulouse?
Toulouse and its region offers completely different landscapes without making too much road. Discover the rich heritage of this region by visiting the typical small villages of Midi such as Rocamadour, Sarlat la Caneda or Saint-Cirq-Lapopie. Heritage lovers will also appreciate the red brick architecture of Toulouse and Albi. The Occitanie is also a region full of gastronomic heritage. For the sportive one, you can practice all the mountain sports in the Pyrenees, hike or cycle along the Canal du Midi, or canoe-kayak the Gorges du Tarn or the Aveyron. Epicenter of European Aeronautics and aerospace, Toulouse invites you to visit the Aeronautics Museum or the Cité de l’espace. The Pyrenees will allow you to ski in its different resorts during winter and to hike or ride a bike during summer. Meet at the Pic du Midi to overlook the Pyrenean mountains.
When to go to Toulouse and its region?
The Occitanie can be visited all seasons and each time you will be amazed by different landscapes and activities. For music lovers, Jazz in Marciac is a must-see in Occitanie. For 3 weeks during July and August you can listen to jazz music while pacing the alleys of Marciac. On the 14th of July, the medieval city of Carcassonne embraces fireworks to amaze small and big. Every summer, the Pyrenean stages of the Tour de France brings together many sports amateurs.