Le Village du Bosc


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3 reviews.
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Address information

Le Village du Bosc
Chemin de Ricazouls
F-34800 Octon
+33(0)467 960 737
Lat: 43.660141
Long: 3.320832

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  • London 720 miles


  • Area (ha): 80
  • Number of places: 80
  • Rental accommodations
  • Cars on separate parking


  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Fresh bread for sale
  • Adapted toilets for disabled
  • Internet
  • Swimming pool
  • Children's swimming pool


  • Organized activities for children
  • Organized activities for adults


  • Pets allowed
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Opinions and experiences of visitors with Le Village du Bosc.

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This is a pretty,slightly rustic terraced site with friendly staff, no light pollution, very quiet, and with some thoughtful homely touches from the owners. It has excellent toilet and shower facilities and a pleasant 20m pool. We took a 35k bike ride around the lake nearby, passing through local small towns which was absolutely stunning. The architecture and the whole area being totally unspoiled.
Great walking and Mountain biking everywhere.
We participated in the communal meal at 15e all included. The company was great and so was the aperitif served in a bucket. Food no so brilliant though.
Terry & Val | 31-08-2016
With my wife we spent one week in the Village du Bosc in June 2016. We rented one of the bigger mobile homes (the ones for 4 people). It was really comfortable for the 2 of us. The camping had an older clientele, mostly Dutch, and naturist values were well respected. One of the best things was the large number of naturist hiking trails around the camping. You could hike for 1.5 – 3 hours (on each trail) without ever meeting anybody and the views were truly amazing (especially on the Green Trail). The atmosphere of the camping was relaxed and peaceful, which was a big plus for us. And yes, the ground everywhere is red, giving the place a unique feel.

The lake is a short drive away (you can even hike there if you want, but clothed unfortunately). At the beach of Celles, naturism is tolerated as one goes farther away from the small village. We tried it once, but left after a short time, as we felt uncomfortable with textiles passing through and by some weird single men around. Maybe we were just unlucky or chose a wrong spot. We were told that naturism is also tolerated at the other side of the lake, on the peninsula. It might be better there.

We were very happy with the camping, we really felt close to nature, without any civilization close by. The only negative could be that the Wi-Fi never seems to work. However, it might be a positive thing for some, I don’t even remember when I was completely offline for a full week the last time. Overall, I can strongly recommend Village du Bosc, we will definitely be back.
John | 26-07-2016
a very nice place
thom | 09-04-2010

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