Your campsite near La Roque Gageac
Discover our campsite in La Roque Gageac, located 12km away, labeled ” Most Beautiful Villages of France “, nestled between the cliffs and the Dordogne river and famous for its charming houses with ochre facades.
Located in the heart of the Périgord Noir, this charming village is home to sumptuous golden houses with tile or lauze roofs.
Stroll through the small streets that lead to the foot of the cliff from which you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Dordogne River where, in the 19th century, the famous gabares loaded with merchandise used to pass.
On your way, you will be able to admire the Manoir de Tarde, a vestige of the Renaissance. Next to the church you will find an exotic garden where cactus, palm trees, agaves, fig trees, banana trees, bamboo …
From June to September, guided tours of the village are organized by the Sarlat Périgord Noir Tourist Office.
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Embark on a gabarre during your stay in our campsite in La Roque Gageac
You wish to take full advantage of the natural landscapes of the Dordogne? Take a walk on the river. Climb aboard a gabarre and sail back to the Middle Ages on the Dordogne.
You will see, the view on the village is sumptuous!
The river is also very close to our campsite at La Roque Gageac!
Stroll through the gentle village of La Roque Gageac
With its atypical roofs, its brown tiles and its alleys frozen in time, a walk in the charming village of La Roque Gageac is like an invitation to dream.
Take the time to observe the typical bell tower-wall of the 14th century church and its Périgord lauze roof. From the small courtyard of the church, you can admire the exotic garden: palm trees, banana trees, fig trees and cacti.
And finally, because your visit to La Roque Gageac cannot be done without tasting some good specialities, go to the local producers’ market at the foot of the village.
After a nice visit, come and relax in the swimming pool of our campsite in La Roque Gageac…
The Exotic Garden of La Roque Gageac
While staying in our Camping La Roque Gageac, you will be able to discover its sublime exotic garden.
Nestled between the cliff and the river, the village enjoys a particularly mild climate which has allowed the development of an exotic garden. Born from the will of an enthusiast who took advantage of the natural solarium of the cliff to plant a luxuriant Mediterranean vegetation, we meet palm trees, banana trees, bougainvilleas, orange trees, pomegranates, lemon trees and other oleanders.
The garden is open to the public free of charge all year round.