Nestled in a serene woodland valley just a stone’s throw from the River Ceou, the 4* resort of Campsite Le Carbonnier is the ideal destination for holidaymakers who want to embrace nature and explore the gorgeous region of Nouvelle Aquitaine. Occupying an abundantly natural patch of the Dordogne, this terrific campsite features fantastic facilities, plenty to do for the whole family and great accommodation options.
A highlight of the resort is the swimming pool complex that comprises of a heated indoor pool along with outdoor pools and a splash playground for youngsters, so holidaymakers can enjoy swimming in all weather. Activities for energetic campers include football, volleyball, petanque and much more.
One of the unique features of the campsite is the recreational pond where holidaymakers can enjoy kayaking or a relaxing spot of fishing. For little ones, a vibrant mini club operates in high season and typically features creative workshops, sports competitions, games and parties. Family friendly entertainment at the resort is a great way to socialise with your fellow guests while enjoying karaoke, dancing, bingo, pool parties, live concerts and fluorescent parties.
Acting has a one-stop shop for all your dining needs, the resort’s snack bar provides breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as quick bites to eat, sweet treats, refreshing drinks and takeaway meals. For campers who like to cook in their accommodation, a well-stocked grocery shop has a good selection of local produce as well as daily essentials.
The emplacements of the campsite are well laid out, providing a good amount of space between your neighbours, and are blessed with plenty of shade that adds to the tranquil atmosphere. In our mobile homes, guests can relax in spacious living areas and make use of a range of convenient amenities.
The local area around the campsite encourages holidaymakers to explore beautiful natural surroundings, whether on foot or by bike. The nearest town of note is the scenic village of Saint-Martial-de-Nabirat, which boasts charming streets.
One of the best places to visit in the wider region is Sarlat, a medieval town that features a wealth of historical and cultural attractions such as the Manor Gisson museum, Cathedral of Saint-Sacerdos at Sarlat, the Marqueyssac gardens and Château de Beynac.
Dordogne is famed for prehistoric caves, so a day spent in the underground wonders of the Lascaux caves rewards visitors with the chance to see breathtaking Palaeolithic cave paintings.
From 28/04/2023 To 10/09/2023