Camping Carcassonne in Aude
Welcome to AUDE at Camping Le Martinet Rouge, near Carcassonne
Camping between Carcassonne, Castelnaudary and Mazamet, Le Martinet Rouge is located in Brousses-et-Villaret at the foot of the Montagne Noire, near Montolieu. in a natural park of oaks and rocks.
Le Martinet Rouge is your 3-star campsite in the Aude with 16 rentals and 47 bare pitches for tents, caravans or motorhomes near Carcassonne. Book your pitch or rental in a 3-hectare park, surrounded by ancient rocks in the heart of Occitanie. Welcome to Cathar country.
The campsite is ideally located for visiting the treasures of Languedoc Roussillon. You’re just 25 minutes from Carcassonne, the medieval Cathar walled city. Discover Castelnaudary and its legendary cassoulet, and the Canal du Midi is a 20-minute drive away for refreshing family outings. The Montagne Noire is just a few kilometers away for hikers, who can admire the breathtaking scenery.
To recharge your batteries or enhance your well-being, your campsite is located on a real energetic High Place, ideal for meditation, yoga or any other spiritual practice in connection with the earth and nature.
Campsite in Aude with swimming pool and slide, snack bar.
New, enjoy an unusual experience: stay in our new bivouacs perched high in the mountains and enjoy the view of this unusual environment!
Take advantage of our new Premium Freecamp Original campsites with private kitchen and bathroom facilities on your pitch!
You can now book online or send us your requests via the “Contact” form.
Your campsite in Aude near Carcassonne
Open from Friday, March 29 to Friday, October 06.
with its swimming pool, open from June to September.
A WIDE CHOICE OF RENTAL PROPERTIES NEAR CARCASSONNE
Carcassonne and surrounding area
Enter the magic of Cathar country!
Carcassonne is a fascinating medieval town in the Aude department (11). It attracts tourists from all over the world every year. The town is famous for its medieval fortress, one of the largest and best preserved in Europe.
The fortress of Carcassonne sits atop a hill. The town has a long history, dating back to Roman times. It was fortified by the kings of France in the Middle Ages, to protect the country from foreign invasion. Today, the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, visited by millions of people every year.
The fortress of Carcassonne is made up of two main parts: the medieval Cité, the ancient fortified town, and the Bastide Saint Louis, the more recent part, built in the 13th century. The city is surrounded by ramparts, with towers and fortified gates. Inside, you’ll find a medieval atmosphere with cobbled streets and half-timbered houses, not forgetting the Château Comtal and the Basilique Saint Nazaire.