The campsite near Saint Robert
Camping near Saint Robert is the perfect opportunity to explore this beautiful region of France. The area is known for its picturesque villages, beautiful scenery and abundance of activities.
There are many camping options available near Saint Robert, so you can choose the accommodation that suits your needs and budget. For those who prefer a more qualitative camping experience, we have all the amenities you could want at our campground.
No matter what type of camping you are looking for, you are sure to find it near Saint Robert. So start planning your trip today and come see all that this area has to offer!
Stay near Saint Robert
The campsite in Corrèze is located on the edge of a lake, next to a 13th century fortress and a large water reservoir. Choosing to rent a mobile home in Corrèze in an establishment located in Limousin is the best way to enjoy your vacations. Discover our offers and find the accommodation that will welcome you with your friends or family for a few nights on the dates of your choice.
The village of Beynat and the lake of Miel are located a few kilometers from the campsite Le Gibanel, which offers different mobile homes for vacations with family or friends in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of Causses du Quercy.
On the rental page, you will find our prices and availability for each accommodation. Each advert indicates the number of rooms available, the capacity (number of people), the amenities included and whether or not there is a terrace. We have nothing to envy to the hotels and our customers appreciate the idyllic setting of our campsite in Corrèze.
Visit one of the most beautiful villages of France in Corrèze
Our campsite in Corrèze is perfectly situated for you to discover the surrounding villages.
On a hillock at 350 meters above sea level, between Limousin and Périgord, stands the silhouette of Saint-Robert: an ancient Merovingian city, Saint-Robert is today classified among the “most beautiful villages of France”. In the 80’s, its charm and the preservation of its medieval look were the reason why it was chosen as a setting for the soap opera Des Grives aux loups, a television adaptation of Claude Michelet’s novels.
A visit to Saint-Robert, either on a stroll or with a guide booklet provided by the tourist office, will lead you to the discovery of charming alleys, seigneurial residences, fortified doors and a remarkable 12th century Romanesque church of which the choir and the transept remain. Fortified, the church also boasts a square tower with a keep function, a lantern for the dead and an imposing octagonal bell tower. Only a 16th century chapel, with fluted columns, testifies today to the former presence of the seigniorial castle of Verneuil. Several manors and fortified houses can still be admired in Saint-Robert, among which the Noailles pavilion built under Louis XII, the Aragon castle dating from the 14th century, the Beauroire castle, the Sens house, the Seguin house, or the Amarzit house. In the heart of Saint-Robert nestles the oldest building in the village, an old monastic building around which the village was built. You can also discover an old dovecote, an old post office, a wrought iron cross from the 15th century registered as a Historic Monument, old shops from the Middle Ages and the charming Saint-Maurice fountain.
You will have understood it, for unforgettable vacations in Corrèze, the Gibanel campsite opens its doors to you!
Going out in Saint-Robert
Located about 1h10 from the Gibanel campground, the village of Saint-Robert is worth a day trip. There are several ways to visit the medieval city: by strolling, by taking a booklet, by following a guide, or by following a suggested itinerary. Three hiking trails are proposed to help you discover the essential sites of the village and its surrounding countryside. One leads you to the miraculous fountain of Saint-Maurice, the other one passes by the wash house of Tuffets, and the third one makes you discover the other perched villages of the surroundings. From June to September, the tourist office offers children a booklet of games to explore the village in a playful way.
The summer season is lively in Saint-Robert: flea markets and festive markets follow one another from June to September. The classical music festival of Saint-Robert has been a must since the 1970’s and is nationally renowned: taking advantage of the incredible acoustics of the church, it invites renowned artists throughout the summer. Other not-to-be-missed events include the August 15 votive festival, temporary painting and sculpture exhibitions, and night tours of the city.
For your lunch break, if you visit the village for the day, several solutions are available: the rural setting of Saint-Robert lends itself particularly well to an outdoor picnic. Quality restaurants also await you, ideal for discovering the gastronomy of the region through Limousin and Perigord specialties.