Le Fiscalou ** in Tarn

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Le Fiscalou ** in Tarn Route de Monclar 81140 PUYCELSI fr

Discover the “Le Fiscalou” campsite in Tarn in the Midi-Pyrénées

Situated at Puycelsi in Tarn , “Le Fiscalou” is a 12-hectare centre with 50 pitches for tents, and the same for caravans, which also offers 4 chalets for rent, with accommodation suitable for couples and families with children (infants to teenagers).

It’s an ideal family centre for relaxation, a starting point for a number of hikes, either on foot, horseback or by bike.
The water courses are ideal for fishing (check the on-site information for permits and regulations) and an 8-hectare natural lake is open for swimming and trips on the water.

A cocktail of discoveries

Puycelsi, classified among the “most beautiful villages in France”, overlooks the Vère valley from its fortress position, and is surrounded by 800 metres of ramparts with fortified towers and gates. The dimensions of its church and the quality of its decorations attest to the past importance of this village. 

If you love the great outdoors, you will be delighted with walks in the Grésigne forest, the largest in the Midi-Pyrénées, with nearly 4,000 hectares of woodland. The Sentier du Patrimoine, marked and made up of several loops of 2 to 14 km, follows the stream to reach the peak of the Montoulieu mountain which dominates the forest.
Cycling tours are possible around the Grésigne, where you will discover the medieval city of Bruniquel, Castelnau de Montmirail (classified among the “most beautiful villages in France”), the Vère Grésigne leisure centre (swimming, aquatic games, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, picnic area, snack bar).

During your stay at Fiscalou, you can discover Albi, birthplace of the great painter Toulouse-Lautrec; the espiscopal city, an exceptional urban ensemble of bricks, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, including the Sainte-Cécile cathedral, a masterpiece of the southern Gothic style, the Saint Salvy church and its cloister, the Pont Vieux, a section of the banks of the Tarn, and the Palais de la Berbie, which houses the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum (with over 1,000 works and 31 posters).


- Accommodation: campsite, mobile home, chalets
- Restaurant and snack bar
- Grocery
- Centre accessible to disabled people
- Natural 8-hectare lake (swimming and fishing)

81140 PUYCELSI, France
Tel.: +33 (0)5 65 30 45 95


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