After a good few days in Argentat we set off to Lac De Parloup via a friend who we hadn’t seen for a few years. We mentioned we wouldn’t mind a stopover and he said he knew just the place for a picnic and a sleepover and that it was beautiful, he wasn’t wrong.
After meeting up we took a short drive to Najac and followed a dusty track and parked up next to the river.
It was absolutely stunning, we had a lovely picnic and there was a little beach with calm water so the girls could splash about, they loved it.
We were the only people there and had an undisturbed night, the Maxxair fan I put in the van kept us all cool as in the evening it was about 25 degrees.
The following morning I stripped off and a had a wash in the river, something I haven’t done in years! Shortly after 4 canoes came past and had they been a bit earlier they’d have had an unexpected sight!
Before we left we took the opportunity to take a family photo.
Lauren notice fairly quickly that Arielle doll she was holding looked like she’d popped out of her dress!
We hit the road again and in a few hours arrived in Lac De Parloup and setup our pitch.
The site is mainly French and Dutch, a mixture of static caravans and pitches for motor homes and tents. There is a huge play area for the kids which they love, particularly the bouncy castle.
Also there is a nice pool with a restaurant adjacent.
The following day we headed to the beach by the lake, it’s a man made beach and a bit rough but the kids enjoyed it, the temperature of the lake is bearable and as it’s proper hot a nice way to cool down.
Lind and Ian joined us for three nights and secured a pitch right next door which Stella is very happy about.
Day two was spent in the pool.
At the time of writing we are back at the van about to have lunch, we have one more night here and then we’re off to Cap D’Agde for the remainder of our holiday, the beach there is the best we’ve come across on our travels in France and I’m assured none of the sites we’re staying at are naked which is a huge relief for me!