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Camping Le Val de Saures

Welcome to Aveyron!



Discover Aveyron from Entraygues-sur-Truyère, close to Le val de Saures campsite. Discover the many cultural treasures of the Lot and Truyère valleys. From the Causse to the Aveyron: between natural sites and traces of the past. Each step you take will lead you from encounter to surprise!

Take a guided tour of the region’s must-sees…

Head for the Lot Valley and its jewel, Conques

Discover the Gorges du Dourdou and the Trou de Bozoul
Visit the Gorges du Lot and discover… The village of Fel
Water as a leitmotif … discover the must-sees along the river Lot

La Maison de la rivière, Terra Olt, the gourmet cruise along the Lot at Flagnac

The most beautiful villages in France:

Saint-Geniez-‘Olt, Espalion, Estaing, Saint-Côme-d’Olt, Sainte-Eulalie-d’Olt…

The Roquelaure lava flow “Clapas de Thubiès


Finally, the Aubrac region awaits you… Entraygues is part of the Aubrac Natural Park!

Don’t miss Laguiole, its knives, its AOC cheese and its botanical garden!


To help you organise your “Heritage and Nature” visits, a paper version is available:


Short guided tour

Entraygues sur Truyère is also the starting point for discovering the Causse and the Lot Valley, a multitude of landscapes and a preserved heritage to be discovered.

Our Favourite


European Centre of Contemporary Ceramics



Entraygues sur Truyère is a village with character, nestling between the Lot and Truyère rivers, with its medieval remains, old streets and alleyways, half-timbered houses from the 15th and 17th centuries, its castle and 13th century bridges.


A little history…

Entraygues sur Truyère is situated at the confluence of two rivers, “between the waters”, as its name suggests in Occitan. Two bridges cross the two rivers that give the town its name: the Pont de la Truyère (late 13th century) and the Pont de Notre-Dame over the Lot.

They were used to transport wine, rye and cheese to Cahors and to bring up cod from Bordeaux by barge, giving rise to the estofinado.

As a result, the village has preserved its narrow medieval streets, covered passages, cantous, 15th and 17th century houses and the chapel of Notre-Dame-du-Pontet.


Entraygues sur Truyère was visited by Louis XI, who stopped there before fighting the Count of Armagnac.

The town was founded in the middle of the 13th century at the same time as the castle built by Henri II, Count of Rodez, between 1278 and 1290.

Entraygues sur Truyère was fortified in 1357. All that remains today are two square towers with machicolations of the 213 towers connected by ramparts and surrounded by moats, and a main building restored in the 17th century.

At that time, Entraygues was a strategic point at the crossroads of the Auvergne and Lot valleys.

For most of the year, the waters of the Lot, swollen by the Truyère, allowed trade with other countries open to the Lot valley…


Entraygues sur Truyère is the starting point for discovering the heritage of the Lot and Truyère valleys!


Camping Val de Saures