Flower Camping L'entre 2 Lacs is a small-scale campsite in the southern French department of Tarn. On the wooded campsite grounds there are shady, sheltered touring pitches. Every camper is taken into account here. Children can pet rabbits on the children's farm, beer lovers can taste Belgian beers and campers with mobility problems can make use of newly adapted sanitary facilities. For an excursion, the old town of Albi, about twenty kilometres from the campsite, is a nice destination.
Flower Camping L'entre 2 Lacs is located about twenty kilometres southeast of Albi. From Albi take exit 17 to drive through the rolling southern French countryside to Teillet. The campsite is located to the south of this village. You'll see the reception, swimming pool and a pavement café as soon as you arrive. At the reception, in the wooden log cabin, owners Véronique and Benjamin welcome you.
On the wooded terrain you will find about fifty sheltered touring pitches among the greenery. You camp here in a quiet, natural environment. Children will also have a good time here. On the campsite you'll find a swimming pool, playground with climbing equipment, sandpits and a children's farm. The covered pavement café at the entrance is the central spot, where you can enjoy Belgian beers.
Near the campsite is the photogenic Château de Grandval. In Albi you can't miss the gothic cathedral Sainte-Cecile. The Pont Vieux, a 12th century bridge is also worth a visit.