Due to the epidemic of Coronavirus and the various government measures, we are forced to shift our opening date to 30th April from 3 p.m. in the hope that the health crisis will be resolved at that time.
In the meantime, you can contact us by phone or email, we will get back to you as soon as possible except during the weekend. We sincerely hope that this crisis will be finished as soon as possible so that your future holidays at L'Ecrin Nature will make you forget this difficult period for everyone...
***PITCHES***From 30th April to 3rd July and from 24th August to 30th September included: our campsite accepts ACSI discount card (CampingCard), ANWB discount card (Camping Key Europe card- CKE), ADAC discount card (Campcard).
Stéphanie and Warner are delighted to greet you at “L'Ecrin Nature”, their 3-star campsite located in Ambazac - Limousin (Nouvelle Aquitaine Region)!
Travel light! Try our very comfortable Lodge Tents: Nature Lodge tent or Grand Confort Lodge tent, you choose... You don't need to stock or prepare camping equipment, all is ready when you arrive, you just have to relax!
The campsite is conveniently located near the centre of Ambazac with its shops, facilities and loads of fun activities, such as horse-riding, tennis and squash.
An ideal spot : Limousin at its best !
“A luxurious landscape at the heart of an unspoilt environment! “
“A rainbow of colours backdrop the area!”
“Our campsite will delight you with its peacefulness and green hills!”
If you enjoy mountain-biking, you have come to the right place! There is a mountain-biking and cycling centre (French Cycling Federation - FFC) right by the campsite with its "Bike Park" open to everyone. You will find a whole range of tracks with 700 metre (and above) peaks. There are family-friendly tracks as well as expert level tracks. The area is also a great spot for rambling.
Several hiking trails begin around the campsite : miles and miles of rolling Limousin hills, just waiting to be discovered! A few hiking suggestions to admire the beauty of our region with the Sauvagnac peak, the breathtaking panorama at the foot of the legendary “Pierre Branlante” (“rocking stone”).