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Camping de mon Village of Massiac

Route d'Aurillac
15500 Massiac

GPS: 45.248234° 3.192352°

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Region : Auvergne Rhône Alpes

Department : Cantal (15)

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UPCOMMING

This area will soon be available in the Camping-Car Park network

Area prices

24h Stage

From 14 Apr to 14 Apr
Current price

€10.00 / 24h

Parking for 5h + services

All year round

€0.00

Tourist tax

From 14 Apr to 14 Apr
Current tax

€0.00 / 24h

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Motorhomes are authorized all year round but tents, vans and caravans are only authorized during the opening periods of the sanitary facilities

Are you in a tent, van or caravan?
For all reservations, contact the Customer Service:
+33(0)183646921 or contact@campingcarpark.com

Important information

This area is not open yet. It will join the network anytime soon.

The advantages of the area

Labeled "Village étape"
Right by the Alagnon river
Sanitary facilities open in high season

Area's description

Stop off in the Massiac region, in a picturesque valley

Grass pitches delimited by hedges
The area is close to the Alagnon river
Campsite open all year round to motorhomes and in high season to caravans, vans and tents
Sanitary facilities open during the high season

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Tourism / Discovery

Labeled "Village étape" in 2001, Massiac offers travelers a stop-over in a peaceful setting in the heart of a green valley.

This small town of less than 2,000 inhabitants is home to an important religious and historical heritage, highlighted through its monuments. The Élise Rieuf Museum presents two female artists of the 1930s, Élise Rieuf and Charlotte Musson, whose style is quite unique.

Some monuments are not to be missed during your stay in Massiac. The Saint-André church for instance, built in neo-gothic style, is remarkable for its magnificent opening virgin statue from the 15th century. The Sainte-Madeleine Chapel is also surprising, located at the top of the Challet plateau.

The Alagnon river is very popular for its biodiversity and its layout is perfect for fishing enthusiasts.

The gourmet specialty of the destination? The Massiac macaroon, made from hazelnut powder. Don't leave without a small box!

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Nearby

Points of interest
The Sainte-Madelaine Chapel
The Saint-André Church
The Élise Rieuf museum
Saint-Victor site

Shops
Located 15 minutes walk from the town center (bakery, hairdresser, restaurants...)

Markets
The traditional Massiac market takes place every Tuesday morning in the village, all year round.

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Events

February/March: Hibernarock festival
October: Rencontres occitanes et Foire de la pomme (Occitan festivals)
November: Journée des écrivains (litterature festival)

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Services

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Obligations / bans

Forbidden to vehicles over 9mForbidden to double axle vehiclesFires and barbecues prohibitedBarbecues with closed fireplaces allowed (gas)

The CAMPING-CAR PARK charter

Adopt a responsible behavior

The CAMPING-CAR PARK charter

I am a member of the CAMPING-CAR PARK network!
By staying on the areas of the CAMPING-CAR PARK network, as a citizen, I undertake to:


• Maintain the CAMPING-CAR PARK areas clean
• Respect the environment by using the CAMPING-CAR PARK services
• Use the water system moderately
• Keep my domestic animals on leash to avoid any possible inconvenience
• Respect the peace and quiet of all motorhome users
• Remove any personal belongings each time I leave the CAMPING-CAR PARK area.
• Keep my installation on a single pitch
• Use electricity only to recharge my motorhome’s battery

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