Located in the heart of the Black Perigord 10 km from Sarlat, earth Gastronomy and Discoveries, near the most famous sites such as Lascaux, Padirac, Rocamadour …

3 * campsite is located in the heart of Black Périgord

Enjoy on-site with a beautiful pool area consists of a heated outdoor pool, a children’s paddling pool and 3 water slides.

During the summer school holidays, family entertainment are offered a kids-club for 4-12 years and teens Club entertain 12-17.

Many facilities and services are available: playground and bouncy castle, mini golf, sports fields, snack bar and takeaway in July and August, …


Ideally located for exploring the region – Sarlat 10km – 20km Les Eyzies – Lascaux 18km – Rocamadour 40km – 45km Padirac 8km Lake, River at 15km

Services :

• Point Free wifi
• TV at the bar
• Ready iron board
• Parlor games
• Barbecue hire
• Baby kit hire
• Cot hire
• high chair hire
• Bread opened in July and August

• Grocery store or supermarket open in July and August
• Snack bar open in July and August
• Bar open in July and August
• Pizzeria opened in July and August
• Take away in July and August
• Restaurant open in July and August • Paying launderette
• Housekeeping not included final


First shops • Supermarket 5km to 10km • Train 10km

The Dordogne spans the Périgord plateau.

It rises in the east to form plateaux while in Western terrain drops towards the plains of Saintonge and Guyenne.

It is crossed by the Bandiat, Dronne, Isle, Auvézère, Dordogne, Vézère and the Dropt. The forests of Landais and double cover the west of the department.

The Perigord countryside is therefore very varied landscape.

The capital of the department is Perigueux, and the three capitals of district are Bergerac, Nontron and Sarlat-la-Canéda. Land of troubadours, of Montaigne and La Boétie, Fénelon, Eugène le Roy and André Maurois.

Agricultural activities are varied. The north is dominated cattle, while the majority of the department mixes crops (cereals and tabacco) and breeding.

The Dordogne valley is devoted to gardening (strawberries) and viticulture (Bergerac, Monbazillac). It is a region famous for its walnuts, truffles and foie gras.

Périgord is the richest department in France, after Paris, historical monuments.

The richness of its past, in particular prehistoric (Lascaux, Eyzies-de-Tayac), and culinary specialties are worth the Dordogne being a tourist department.

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