The sub-prefecture of Haute-Garonne opens its doors to you: 20 minutes from the campsite, the sub-prefecture of Haute-Garonne,
Saint-Gaudens is the gateway to Comminges, an ancient county whose borders extended from Muret to the Ariège and the Val d’Aran.
With its panoramic terrace, it offers a breathtaking view of the Pyrenees with the Cagire mountain and the neighbouring peaks.
Populated since Antiquity (Iron Age, Roman period), and initially called Mas-Saint-Pierre, the town takes its current name from the martyrdom of Gaudens, a young shepherd who fell victim to the Visigoths at the end of the 5th century for refusing to renounce his faith: a fine legend!
Building on its rich past and heritage, Saint-Gaudens has become a dynamic and pleasant cultural centre.
The Saint-Gaudens campsite Le Moulin is ideally placed for a wide range of family and romantic outings. Come and discover all the charms of the Occitanie region and its capital, Toulouse.
A market town, it has a beautiful 10th and 12th century collegiate church dedicated to Saint-Pierre and Saint-Gaudens, situated on the road to Compostela. To the south of the town, the remains of a large Gallo-Roman villa dating from the 4th century can be seen in Valentine. The organ of the Collegiate Church of Saint-Gaudens: the current organ case dates from before 1662. It is a large massive oak and lime tree case, with Louis XIV style characteristics. It was classified as a historical monument in 1972 and 1980. The Eugène Azémar square, named in honour of the creator of the Grand Prix automobile du Comminges (1922-1952) is the town’s public garden.
Saint-Gaudens campsite Le Moulin is situated on the banks of the Garonne river and offers you the opportunity to go for a walk and discover the beautiful countryside. You can also practice many water sports, fishing…
Located near the perimeter of the town centre, ideal for a family day out, come and enjoy the lake of Sède and its playground. For your walks you will find a path along the banks of the Garonne (with information on the fauna and flora) and around the
the lake. During the summer: every Wednesday at 8pm, open-air concerts are organized for festive evenings.
Stroll in the town centre: take the “ochre path” to discover the collegiate church and the 11th and 12th century cloister. Stroll through the streets and squares of the renovated town centre.
Parc des expositions du Comminges, route de la Croix de Cassagne, jazz concert, Chemin de Saint-Jacques, Via Garona from Saint-Gaudens to Saint-Bertrand de Comminges, festivals and cultural events during the summer.
Saint-Gaudens campsite Le Moulin opens the door to a rich historical past. You can visit many museums and historical sites in Toulouse and the surrounding area.
Campsite Toulouse Le Moulin Sites et Paysages – F31220 Martres Tolosane – France – Occitanie – Haute Garonne +33 (0)188.8.131.52.40