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Aqua Viva

Limousin | Carsac-Aillac
7/10 (31 reviews)
  • Close to Sarlat
  • Family campsite
  • Two outdoor swimming pools
  • Entertainments program

Le Mas

7/10 (7 reviews)
  • Conveniently located family campsite
  • In the heart of the Dordogne
  • Outdoor pool, children's pool and slides
  • ports field and playground...

Domaine de Soleil Plage

Limousin | Sarlat
  • On the banks of the Dordogne River
  • In the heart of the Perigord
  • Lagoon bath and 2 outdoor pools, 1 with sliding roof
  • d bicycle rental...

Domaine des Chênes Verts

Limousin | Calviac en Perigord
7/10 (3 reviews)
  • Large wooded surrounding area
  • Petting zoo with kids, chickens and rabbits
  • Indoor pool and outdoor pool with slides
  • nd themed evenings...

Le Carbonnier

8/10 (2 reviews)
  • In the Périgord Noir
  • Fantastic campsite with 2 swimming pools
  • Slides
  • Petting farm for the little ones

Lac de Thoux St Cricq

Limousin | Thoux
8/10 (37 reviews)
  • Right on the shore of a large lake
  • Welcoming family campsite
  • Nice swimming pool
  • Sports and relaxation facilities

les Peneyrals

7/10 (14 reviews)
  • Beautiful surroundings
  • Fresh bread rolls every day
  • Plenty of sports, games and activities
  • eing on the Dordogne and shopping in Sarlat...

Château du Gibanel

Limousin | Argentat
  • On the Dordogne
  • Chateau campsite in the Corrèze
  • Heated outdoor swimming pool with children's pool
  • ing entertainment and water sports...

Pomport Beach

Limousin | Pomport
  • New swimming facilities
  • Great entertainment
  • Wonderful lake nearby
  • Visit the nearby castles
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Truffles with a local wine...

If you are looking for a specific French region which is authentic, full of delicious wines and local truffles, charming towns and world famous places then the answer is the Dordogne. People of all ages can enjoy water sports here!

Truffles from Perigord

A beautiful flowing river runs through the Dordogne, with hills full of ancient villages, small towns and castles, mountains, peaceful areas and plenty of space for a relaxing holiday! The capital  of the Dordogne department, Périgueux, is in the heart of the region and a wonderful city to explore. The region around the city the French themselves call Perigord and it is a truly wonderful area.

Cliffs, castles and caves of Lascaux

In the southeast, around the town of Sarlat, you will find the ‘Perigord Noir’. This is the classic part of Dordogne with limestone cliffs, castles such as ‘Beynac’ or ‘Castlenaud’ and picturesque villages of ‘Domme’ and ‘Laroque Gageac’. You will find the world famous caves with stalagmites and stalactites, and even prehistoric paintings - the replica of Lascaux is a must. Around Bergerac you will find again the ‘Purple Perigord’, famous for its wines.