Holidays in the Dordogne Valley
Located between Cahors and Brive la Gaillarde, the Dordogne Valley in the Lot is an area with a rich and preserved heritage, classified as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
Our Lot campsite, located in the heart of this magnificent region, is the ideal place to visit the many tourist sites and villages classified as the most beautiful villages in France that the Dordogne Valley offers us: Cahors, Rocamadour, Sarlat, Padirac, Lacave
Discover the Dordogne Valley from the campsite
During your stay with us, you can visit the most beautiful sites of the Dordogne valley, the Lot and the Corrèze, such as Sarlat, a magnificent medieval town, Figeac, les Jardins d’Eyrignac, les Jardins de Marqueyssac, La Roque Gageac, Turenne, Collonges-la-Rouge ou encore Saint Cirq Lapopie etc…
You will be delighted by the beauty of the caves and the Causses du Quercy.
Finally, the Lot is also known for its south-western gastronomy: duck, Rocamadour goat cheese, Quercy lamb and wine. You can discover all these products on the markets, in the restaurants or directly from the Lot producers!
Why camping in the Dordogne Valley?
A 2 star campsite in the heart of the Dordogne Valley
The historic city
The capital of the Périgord Noir
And its famous abyss
6 must-see sites in the area
This sacred city is of course a must-see in our region. Built on the side of a cliff, this architectural monument will leave you speechless: the superimposition of buildings, its 7 sanctuaries and its 216 steps make it a vertiginous and unique site.
The Padirac chasm
The world-famous Gouffre de Padirac in the Lot will amaze you. This impressive hole with a diameter of 35 m and a depth of 75 m is one of the greatest geological curiosities in France.
At 103 m underground, by boat and then on foot, you will discover the Grande Pendeloque, a 60 m stalactite, and other concretions and cascades shaped by the underground river over time.
5 minutes from the campsite, discover Martel, the town with 7 towers, which bears witness to its rich architectural heritage. On Wednesday and Saturday mornings there is a market where you can discover local products as well as local producers and craftsmen.
Carennac, Autoire, Loubressac:
Classified as the most beautiful villages in France, these three villages will help you discover the charm of the Quercy villages. Houses of character, a waterfall, a cloister.
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