Since July 2018, Val-de-Sos has designated a grouping of four former municipalities: Vicdessos, Sem, Goulier and Suc-et-Sentenac. This grouping is part of the canton of Vicdessos and the community of communes of Upper Ariège. Are you looking for a campsite near Val-de-Sos in the natural park of the Pyrenees Ariège? Welcome to La Bexanelle!!
You have just taken possession of your rental or your spacious location in La Bexanelle.
Fill your lungs with clean air, admire the green mountains of the Vicdessos Valley and put on your walking shoes.
From the village, you can make a very nice hike for an ascent of the peak of Montcalm, the highest point of ariège (3,077 m). The start of this beautiful walk is only 10 km from the campsite.
The village is home to a beautiful church (Our Lady) and waterfalls more than 50 m high (Caraoucou). Do you like big sporting events in the mountains? Encourage trail-goers in August for a Montcalm Challenge race!
Want to recharge your batteries at a campsite near Sem? The open-air hotel La Bexanelle is located just 3 km from the City of Seman, to which you can walk by a beautiful path.
Take the time to make the loop circuit through the old iron mines of Rancié (Chemin de la Mine) and photograph the dolmen of Shem. In August, the village is hosted by the Blues in Sem festival.
La Bexanelle is one of the most beautiful campsites near Goulier with swimming pool in the Vicdessos Valley. This typical Ariège village of just 50 inhabitants is crossed by the GR10 hiking trail.
Located just 4 km from the campsite, it has an alpine ski resort (Snow Goulier) and a via ferrata that attract sportsmen and nature lovers. For a total immersion in the Vicdessos Valley, don’t miss the local Goulier festivals in August!
3 km north of La Bexanelle, Suc-et-Sentenac is a picturesque village that combines Pyrenean and Mediterranean charms. It enjoys excellent sunshine all year round and contains a nice heritage (St. Maurice’s Church, St. George’s Church).
From our campsite near Suc-et-Sentenac, you can reach the port of Lers, a Pyrenean pass that rises to an altitude of more than 1,500 m.