Discover

Take full advantage of your stay to discover the Dordogne and its many treasures. Camping *** La Bouysse near Sarlat is ideally located in the heart of the Périgord Noir. Discover the hotspots of tourism in the Dordogne and visit the major historical sites: the Vézère Valley, Les Eyzies, Lascaux, Beynac and Cazenac, Castelnaud, the Cloister of Cadouin or the caves of Rocamadour.

Make a stop at Domme, the Roque Gageac, Castelnaud-la-Chapelle, labeled “Most Beautiful Villages of France” and stroll through the historic cities of Cahors and Sarlat.

Your camping holidays will be an opportunity to discover the river Dordogne and practice many leisure activities such as swimming, canoeing and freshwater fishing.

Gastronomie

The Périgord evokes the heritage but also the gastronomy. Nature has generously endowed our region

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Sarlat la Canéda

6km from the campsite, Sarlat la Canéda is a must for your stay in Dordogne. Discover this sumptuous century-old city, the jewel of Périgord Noir!

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The fortified town of Beynac et Cazenac

At 15 km from the campsite, you can discover the charming village of Beynac et Cazenac, located on the banks of the Dordogne river

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The castle of Castelnaud

15km from the campsite, discover Castelnaud Castle, a major site in the Périgord Noir and visit the War Museum in the Middle Ages.

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La Roque Gageac

12km from the campsite, discover La Roque Gageac, labeled “The Most Beautiful Villages of France”, nestled between the cliffs and the Dordogne and famous for its charming houses with ocher facades.

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Fortified town of Domme

At 10 km from the campsite, visit Domme, a sumptuous fortified town located on a spur. Listed as one of the « Most Beautiful Villages of France », it offers a lovely stroll and a breathtaking view on the valley of the Dordogne.

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Cave of Lascaux

35 km from the campsite, visit the cave of Lascaux IV, one of the most famous prehistoric caves discovered in 1940 in the Vézère Valley.

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Les Eyzies: world capital of prehistory

28 km from the campsite, discover the Eyzies of Tayac-Sireuil, “World Capital of Prehistory” renowned for its unique cave architecture, exceptional natural space and prehistoric caves unique in the world.

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Gouffre de Padirac

At 60 km from the campsite, visit the Gouffre de Padirac and plunge in the depths of the earth. Considered to be one of the main geological curiosities of France, the site will charm the entire family.

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Rocamadour, « citadel of Faith »

At 50 km from the campsite, visit Rocamadour, a medieval town hanging on a cliff and a halt you may not miss during your stay in the Dordogne. On the programme: discoveries, visits, tastings and animations.

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