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Bergerac, the ideal holiday destination!
Nestling on the northern bank of the Dordogne, Bergerac in the Périgord Pourpre should definitely be on your must-visit list during your camping stay. You’ll love wandering its narrow cobbled streets, admiring the remains of times past, discovering the delights of its market stalls, tasting its renowned wines... whichever route you take, Bergerac will awaken all your senses!
And when it comes to your accommodation, we’re waiting to welcome you at our luxury campsite in the heart of the Dordogne, whether you prefer a tent, furnished lodge or fully-equipped mobile home. What better than the peaceful green setting of a campsite to enjoy a rest between two trips out and about exploring. Beside the heated swimming pools, on the restaurant terrace or the sports grounds, or in the comfort of your PREMIUM mobile home, kick back and unwind exactly as you want to. That’s what camping inspired by freedom is all about!
Discover Bergerac with the family
Head for Bergerac and the sublime Dordogne Valley where a delightful journey back through time awaits you and the family! In Bergerac, the kids will have no trouble imagining themselves in the midst of the Middle Ages surrounded by the town’s superb half-timbered houses, notably in the Rue de la Mirpe. Unmissable!
The sun is high in the sky? Make the most of it for a trip on the Dordogne aboard a traditional “gabarre”! You’ll have all the time you want to appreciate the fascinating landscapes of the Pays de Bergerac and spot the ideal château for your next expedition...
Discover Bergerac as a couple
Make the most of your day in Bergerac together, just the two of you, to discover one of its most renowned treasures: its vineyard! So make it a date at the famous wine museum Quai Cyrano to find out all you could want to know about the 13 appellations of controlled origin of the Pays de Bergerac AOC wines. And even if you’re not a great wine enthusiast it is still well worth a visit to admire the superb Récollets cloister or the view over the Dordogne!
After a tour of the market to fill your basket with strawberries, walnuts and foie gras, it’s time to head for the Pombonne Park to the north of the town. A delightful nature walk through its lush greenery awaits you!
Camping Bergerac: our handy tips for a successful stay
Did you know? Although you can admire the statue of Cyrano in Bergerac, the hero with the long nose never actually set foot in the town!
Around Bergerac, innumerable châteaux invite you to call in for a visit: Monbazillac, Bridoire, Biron… The choice is yours!
Bergerac even has its own miniature port on the Campréal Lake, perfect for all the kids who want to play at ship’s boys and girls. What fun!
On your return to your mobile home, try a typical Périgord recipe and set the taste buds dancing all over again!