Campsites in the Dordogne
Set near the centre of the Dordogne, the campsites featured at Go Camp France, are in a perfect location to sample all the region has to offer.
We especially loved the historical and cultural side of the region with several campsites being within a short distance of the medieval town of Sarlat.
Find out more and book Les Peneyrals campsite.
Find out more and book Les Grottes de Roffy campsite.
Find out more and book Le Moulin de Paulhiac campsite.
Find out more and book Le Port de Limeuil campsite.
Finds out more and book Le Paradis campsite.
Find out more and book Soleil Plage campsite.
Find out more and book St Avit Loisirs campsite.
Find out more and book La Palombiere campsite.
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Exploring the region...
The Dordogne is a region known as much for its beautiful mix of landscapes and scenery as it is for its richness in history and culture.
Camping in the Dordogne is one of the best ways to explore all this region has to offer. There are many activities you can enjoy from cycling and walking to fishing and sightseeing.
Using a canoe or walking, you can travel along its beautiful meandering rivers which cut through the plains, limestone cliffs and woodland valleys or why not explore some of the hilltop chateaux and fortresses that watch over them.
Domme and Sarlat are just two of the medieval towns that the Dordogne has to offer with Sarlat possessing the highest medieval and renaissance architecture in France.
The jewel of the region has to be the cliff side town of Rocamadour. It is set in a gorge above part of the river Dordogne and its historical monuments have led people to visit the town for centuries.
The south-east of the region is popular due to its castles and prehistoric sites, including the caves at Lascaux which are home to some of the finest surviving examples of prehistoric paintings in Europe.