Our camping pitches in Dordogne without a car.
Camping pitches in the Dordogne in the forest or by the river.
Among our accommodations, you will have the possibility of staying on our pitches for tents, caravans and motorhomes, all with 10 amp electricity. Vast plots arranged in terraces clearly delimited by varied vegetation. The campsite is car-free, your children can have fun without constraint and in complete safety. You choose whether you want a place in the forest or by the river, a shaded or sunny location. As a couple or a family, away from the road, enjoy the calm and closely observe the flora and fauna because it is in the middle of nature that you will stay.
All the equipment and services included in the price of your campsite in the Dordogne.
Our 2 sanitary blocks provide you with enough showers, toilets and sinks so you don’t have to wait. A bathroom for people with reduced mobility and a baby bath space are also available. A little extra with very hot water for cleaning your dishes. One of the sanitary blocks is equipped with a radiator for the low season. You will have a laundry area with washing machine and dryer.
With family dimensions, whether you are by the river or on the terraced pitches, the size of each place will preserve your peace of mind. The price of our camping pitches in Dordogne gives you access to all the facilities at no extra charge. WIFI throughout the grounds, 2 heated swimming pools, playgrounds, sports grounds, trampoline canoes … It’s up to you to rest while your children are having fun.
You choose your day of departure and arrival. However, it is strongly advised to book in advance, our most beautiful camping pitches in the Dordogne are very popular. It is possible to choose the number of your pitch.
The cycle path from the campsite and along the Céou will open the doors to the tourist riches of the Périgord Noir. At your fingertips, the Château de Castelnaud, the garden of Marqueyssac, the bastide of Domme, canoe trips, the medieval city of Sarlat, the Gouffre de Padirac, the Cougnac cave, without forgetting the gastronomy of Perigord inns.