Camping in the Dordogne

Fine Cuisine, History and Stunning Rural Beauty of the Dordogne

Savour the fine cuisine and charming countryside whilst Camping in the Dordogne, the perfect destination for a relaxed family holiday.

In the Dordogne there are winding rivers and fertile plains, picturesque villages which seem to be clinging precariously to steep hillsides.

The area is justly famous for its fine cuisine including foie gras, confit de canard and perigord truffles.

Many beautiful places to visit:

Sarlat: Is a beautiful, maze like medieval town with buildings in golden stone, cobbled streets, little market stalls and regular open air theatre.

Lascaux Caves: The Dordogne Valley has been inhabited since prehistoric times and signs of this ancient society can be found in the cave paintings of hunting scenes at Lascaux.

Bergerac: Home of the wine of the same name and Cyrano de Bergerac, this pretty medievel town with old squares, half timbered buildings and an excellent market.

La Roque-Gageac: Actually built into the golden limestone cliffs, this is a regular winner of France’s prettiest village contest. No trip would be complete without a visit to the Manoir de Tarde and Chateau de la Malartrie.

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