Training Camps Prepare differently in Occitanie!

Delegations, federations, clubs or athletes, this web page is dedicated to you.

You are looking for sport centers, quality sports facilities, to prepare for sporting events or simply for a change of scenery, you want to discover the sports offer of our region: we put the tools at your disposal to prepare your stays in Occitanie.

Top 8 reasons to train in Occitanie

Sport is in our DNA!

  1. First class sports facilities: 81 Olympic and Paralympic Pre-Games Training Camps approved by Paris 2024.

  2. A variety of disciplines: Over 50 Olympic and Paralympic disciplines.

  3. A breeding ground for champions: Antoine Dupont (Rugby), Kévin Mayer (Decathlon), Perrine Laffont (Freestyle Ski) and Kito de Pavent (Sailing) to name but a few!

  4. The CNEA, a unique structure in France: The National Altitude Training Centre peaks at 1850m and specialises in hypoxia. 35 nations come here to train every year.

  5. Nature and outdoor sports: Occitanie is a leading destination for hiking, bike touring and outdoor activities.

  6. Innovative sports: Street sports pioneer with the annual International Festival of Extreme Sports in Montpellier.

  7. Specialist parasport infrastructures: the Complexe Euroméditérranéen in Montrodat has set the benchmark in disability sport.

  8. A land that hosts sporting events: Tour de France, Rugby Union World Cup, Figure Skating World Cup, Mondial du Vent etc.

Catalogue of Pre-Games Training Camps

Find in this guide the “Pre-Games Training Camps” selected by the Paris Organing Committee for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games and contacts.

They will be able to answer all your requests to help you organize all your stays.


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Want to contact us?

 A question to refine your program or suggestions (touristics, leasures, …)? Contact the sport manager of the Occitanie Regional Tourism and Leisure Committee by email: Thibaut Fray

How to get there?

  • By car: Occitania has a large number of motorways (A9, A20, A61, A75, etc.).
  • By plane: the region has several airports, including the international airports of Toulouse, Montpellier and Lourdes.
  • By train: the region is accessible from all the major cities of France and the European capitals.