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Bergerac - Dordogne


Stroll along the streets with half-timbered houses of the Old Bergerac and you will come across the famous Cyrano de Bergerac.

Along the banks of the Dordogne the gabarres invite you to discover the history and wildlife.

You can also visit museums of tobacco and wine.

Périgueux - Dordogne


Perigueux, the prefecture of Dordogne, combines historic Gallo-Roman heritage, medieval and renaissance.

His noteworthy sites are the Cathedral Saint-Front, the ruins of Vesunna, the Mataguerre tower ...

She is also known for its parks and gardens.

Châteaux et Bastide - Dordogne

Castles and Bastide

Around the campsite you can visit several castles like Neuvic, Bourdeilles, Monbazillac or Bridoire.

The advanage of Bridoire, nicknamed the games castle is its large collection of ancient wooden games that delight young and old.

If you go to Echourgnac, the abbey is worth a look even if it is not open to visit.

Perigord has 18 bastides including those of Villefranche-de-Lonchat, Benevent or St. Barthelemy-de-Bellegarde

La Grotte de Lascaux - Dordogne

The Cave of Lascaux

The Cave of Lascaux located in Montignac is a must to prehistoric times.

You visit a replica of the cave discovered in 1940.

A new site with a broader and more interactive tour will open in 2016.

Sarlat - Dordogne


For Local products fans a day to Sarlat is required.

Its stone streets await you, as well as street performers in summer.

Following the river Dordogne you can see the castles of Beynac, Marqueyssac or Castelnaud.

Le village du Bournat - Dordogne

The village of Bournat

To live a flashback in time, a day in the Village 1900 du Bournat to Bugue is ideal.

The site allows you to discover many crafts as the baker, the potter, the miller, the blacksmith ...

Entertainment is also at the meeting with the old rides and wooden games.

Bordeaux - Dordogne


For a day with ease to Bordeaux just park on the periphery of the city on a tram parking for only € 3 per vehicle.

Then by tram you reach the city center with the St. Catherine Street, the docks along the Garonne or the Miroir d'eau in front of the place de la bourse.

La Dune du Pilat - Dordogne

La Dune du Pilat

Want to climb the highest dune in Europe ! The Dune du Pilat awaits you with its 104 m high and 3 km long.