Enjoy a real countryside holiday in the Black Mountains in the Haut Languedoc regional natural park… On a 20-hectare site, Yelloh! Village Le Bout du Monde provides the perfect setting for an authentic, natural holiday. The ideal place to recharge your batteries, savour fresh air or explore farmhouse life with your children: there are so many reasons to stay at Camping Le Bout du Monde. You’ll find Mongolian yurts, cottages with all the mod cons, two pools with a natural bathing area and even a lake! Food lovers will be delighted by the campsite's farmhouse restaurant, with its delicious dishes, lovingly prepared with local produce, and your kids will love the farm animals. There'll be something for everyone during your camping holiday in the Aude…
Welcome to the bathing area of the camping Le Bout du Monde! Here, bathing is the natural thing to enjoy with its authentic eco pool. There's also a traditional swimming pool where you can enjoy the delights of bathing with the whole family.
Life in the great outdoors, surrounded by farm animals… Kids will love it! Yelloh! Village Le Bout du Monde will be the setting for countless discoveries, wonderful experiences and excitement thanks to the creative activities and handicrafts available at the campsite.
Camping Le Bout du Monde is the perfect place for getting back to basics, an authentic holiday in the great outdoors or a peaceful break away from it all. The youngest campers will love life on the farm! You can also try fishing, with friends or family, or have a go at one of the handicraft activities available.
To simplify your life, we provide the facilities that you need on a campsite. Tourist information, library, telephone booth, freezer access, mail-reception service, hire of fridges and BBQs. There is free access to washing machines and tumble driers.
The Haut Languedoc regional nature park is home to a host of wonders, which will be revealed to you at Camping Le Bout du Monde. Experience the amazing sights of the Black Mountains, take a stroll through the neighbouring medieval towns, walk along the Canal du Midi or sample some of the local specialities.