Camping for children and teenagers: Le Bout Du Monde
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.
Club Kids: 5-7 yearsHigh season
Having fun in the great outdoors, learning about farm life, enjoying the wonders of nature... plenty for your kids to do at the campsite!
- pony trek
- bread making
- mask making
- treasure hunt
Club Juniors: 8-12 yearsHigh season
Children love these holidays surrounded by nature! They can discover a multitude of activities to make their holiday unforgettable!
- hut construction
- narrated walk
Learning about life on the farm
We invite all the children to spend their time as close as possible to the farm animals, every morning in the high season and depending on demand in the low season. You'll watch as children and animals make friends with each other during your stay here. They will spend their mornings learning to stroke the animals, from ponies to donkeys, to look after them, to feed them, or even learning to make cheese! You'll watch a magical relationship build up between your tiny tots and our animals, a mutual respect and tenderness that they won't be in a hurry to forget. We have developed a "children's farm" concept by selecting the gentlest and most docile animals, in a bid to share our love of nature with your children.
Learning through play
At Le Bout du Monde Yelloh! Village, the tiny tots are transformed into apprentice bakers or master potters. At their own pace, they each try out the traditional country trades that appeal to them.
Real budding cavaliers!
Your children can enjoy some pony trekking too! During your holiday, our entertainment team will take care of your family by organising pony treks. The perfect activity for making sure they really enjoy the nature! Your children will love their holidays at the Bout du Monde!
At Le Bout du Monde, one can learn about trees, try one's hand at fishing on the small lake adjoining the campsite, and learn about looking after the farm animals with the shepherd. Building a dam on the edge of the Aiguebelle stream could become an excuse for a picnic out in the wilds.
Kids' Clubs opening times
Kids' Clubs are only open in July/August*.
- Low season: 5pm to 6.30pm on Saturdays and 10am to 12 midday on Sundays
- High season: 10am to 12 midday and 4pm to 6pm, 6 days a week
*Our kids' club welcomes your children on weekends in the low season.
Thomas' day, 7 years old
The birds are singing, the sun is in the sky, it’s time to go and look after the animals on the farm. I’m meeting Aurélie the farmer to help her feed the animals.
This morning, we are going for a walk on the campsite with Yohann, the organiser. We are looking for the perfect branch to make a bow. We also collect feathers to dress up as an Indian Chief.
After a little family picnic in the shade of the oak trees, it’s time for me to learn how to make bread in the hostel with my parents, while Eva meets her friends at the campsite’s natural pool.
The whole family ends up joining Eva at the pool for a bit of relaxation and fun while admiring the plunging view over the Lauragais plain.
After a tasty meal at the hostel, where the whole family enjoyed gigantic, traditional dishes from the region. With Eva, we’re going to the middle of the prairie to end the evening by the fire.