Discover our outdoor water park with heated swimming pools, a jacuzzi, a children’s paddling pool with a fountain and water games. You can refresh in summer and relax in the heated outdoor swimming pools. Everything is designed in a way that safety is guaranteed for you and your children. Games, trampolines and fitness equipment are at your disposal by the pool.
All sporting events will be shown as much as possible. So you won’t have to miss out on anything important. Most activities take place around the entrance of the campsite. In a circle of 50 metres, you will find a playground, two tennis courts and a jeux de boule pitch. And within a radius of 500 metres, you can enjoy the delights of fishing in a beautiful pond (day ticket is sold at the campsite). Finally, you can play golf at less than 1 kilometre distance from the campsite.
At the campsite, we offer free activities too: trampolines, ping-pong tables, games, walks, and much more. Children can have fun together, thanks to the many new campsite attributes. Campsite Le Clos Auroy is the ideal place for families with young children (0-14 years) or without children out of season.
Most of the activities are situated near the camp-site. Within 50 meters from the camp-site you will find a big playground for little children, two tennis-courts, a jeu-de-boule lane and a paddling-pool for children. A little bit further at a range of 500 meters from the camp-site, you will find a fishing-lake. There is also the possibility of canoeing as well as hang-gliding and parachute-jumping. At the camp-site itself you will find a play-ground, swimming-pools and ping-pong tables. We also often arrange activities ourselves for our guests.
We can provide you with information about the surroundings of the camp-site. Therefore we have already created several nice trips by car or on foot for you. As you see this can be the beginning of an unforgettable holiday. We see it as our duty to make you feel comfortable during your holiday.
The camp-site is situated within two Nature Reserves, namely the “Park des Vulcan’s d’Auvergne” and the “Park Natural Regional Livradois Forest”. The “Park des Vulcans“, is the most famous due to the “Puy de Dome” known for the Tour de France. In this unique area with its almost 80 volcanoes, you will see craters, brooks, lakes, rivers and splendid views, Romanesque villages and many castles. This area is unique and you can take a lot of beautiful walks (± 600 miles of walks). It really is an Eldora do for the lovers of nature.
You would be forgiven for thinking that the Auvergne region of France is tucked away in a corner of the country, quietly going about its business. But, quite the opposite is true. In fact it is hard to miss, right there in the middle of the country, a region which many British holiday makers will have travelled through on their way to the south coast without even realising it.
So, why go there? The answer is obvious. The Auvergne is one of the most naturally beautiful parts of France with a great variety of landscapes, demonstrated by the contrast between the dramatic volcanic uplands of the Puy de Dome and Cantal departments and the vast plains of the Allier river in the north.
This is obviously the most popular season with holidaymakers and as such is the busiest time of the year. Despite the increased numbers it is still easy to get about, although parking at some of the more popular sites can be more difficult – but you must have a car.
With the summer foliage in full bloom the area plays host to a variety of tourists, not only the enthusiastic rambler or cyclist but also lovers of many other outdoor activities such as rock climbing, hang gliding, horse riding, fishing…the list is seemingly endless. Of course these activities are not limited to the summer alone and many outdoor pursuit enthusiasts prefer to visit in the spring or autumn when the climate is more suited to their sport, it is less crowded and the scenery is none the less stunning.