Vacations in La Couvertoirade
Set in unspoilt countryside, La Couvertoirade is a lively medieval island of stalls, craft stores and restaurants.
The walled city can be visited freely, strolling through its cobbled streets, or on a fascinating guided tour.
Learn about the history of this village, built successively by the Templar and Hospitaller orders.
La Couvertoirade is a lively town, especially during the summer season: if you stay here during this period, you’ll be able to attend night markets, taste fouées baked in the communal oven, and enjoy medieval festivals.
Every day in July, the site hosts falconry shows. The communal oven comes to life, and various workshops take place in the streets of the town: archery, blacksmith demonstrations, giant games, treasure hunts and even night-time visits are all on offer.
Itinerary campsite La Couvertoirade
From Les Genêts campsite at Lac de Pareloup, there are two routes to La Couvertoirade.
In both cases, it will take you around 1h15 by car to reach your destination.
If you prefer the main roads, take the D993 at Salles-Curan and join the A75 freeway via Saint-Beauzély. Take direction Montpellier and continue to exit 48. Continue on the D7 towards Sauclières, then on the D55 to La Couvertoirade.
On the way back, you can stop off in several picturesque villages to discover the local heritage before returning to the campsite: Saint-Rome-de-Cernon, Saint-Rome-de-Tarn, Montjaux…