Discover the Dordogne and the Périgord for your next Dordogne camping holiday. Set off to explore the renowned Lascaux cave, or some of the region’s most gorgeous beauty spots: Sarlat, Domme and Rocamadour. There is so much to see and do during your camping holiday in the Dordogne!

Your camping holiday in the Dordogne

Come and enjoy a unique stay on a campsite in the Dordogne Périgord! Discover a natural region with an impressive range of activities to experience. Rent a mobile home, a chalet or a caravan pitch and treat yourself to the peace and quiet of the Causses du Quercy regional park, set right on your doorstep.
Anyone who loves canoe-kayaking will adore a trip down the Vézère. Walkers and hikers will no doubt prefer exploring the many tree-shaded trails close to the campsite.

Finally, who could forget the delights of French gastronomy when talking about the Dordogne? Duck, foie gras and truffles, plus a multitude of other delicacies to enjoy during your camping stay in the Périgord Noir.
Whether you come in high or low season, the Dordogne is the ideal destination to spend a great time camping in a superb natural environment. On site you’ll find: activities and entertainment, kids’ clubs, multisports ground, restaurant, mini-market, etc. There’s not a minute to lose!

Out and about in the Dordogne

Aquarium du Périgord

When on holiday in the Dordogne, come and discover the largest freshwater aquarium in France. The Aquarium du Périgord is home to more than 6,000 fish!
This fun and original activity in the Périgord Noir is certain to delight the whole family during your camping holiday.

Château de Beynac

Discover the Château de Beynac, one of the best-preserved mediaeval fortresses in the Dordogne, and conveniently close to the campsite. Perched high on a rocky outcrop, more than 150m above the valley, it offers an impressive view over the region.
Having served as the setting for a number of films, the Château de Beynac immediately takes holidaymakers straight back to the Middle Ages!

The Lascaux cave

Finally, during your holiday in the Périgord, don’t forget to stop off in the Vézère valley and enjoy camping near the Lascaux cave.
Also known as the “Prehistoric Sistine Chapel”, the Lascaux cave was discovered by 4 teenagers in 1940. Today it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an exact replica of the original cave, Lascaux 2, is now open to visitors.

Dordogne aquatic park

Take the plunge and make the most of the vast aquatic park on your Dordogne campsite. Waterslides, heated swimming pools, lap pools, water games, paddling pool for the little ones, etc.
There really is something for everyone to enjoy all the pleasures of the water to the maximum.
Your campsite’s aquatic park will be the perfect place for all the family to meet up. So put bathing and poolside relaxation high on your agenda for your holiday in the Périgord!

Our campsites in the Dordogne

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