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.

Les Péneyrals | Salignac (A)

Les Péneyrals is nestled deep in the countryside and is typical of the many campsites found in the Dordogne. Family run and benefitting from some great facilities and activities you will find plenty to do, both on and off site.

Find out more and book Les Peneyrals campsite.

Les Grottes de Roffy | Sarlat (B)

Enjoying a lovely rural location a short distance from the medieval town of Sarlat is Les Grottes de Roffy. Although small, the quality of this wonderful campsite shines through in the variety of facilities and activities on offer.

Find out more and book Les Grottes de Roffy campsite.

Le Moulin de Paulhiac | Daglan (C)

Le Moulin de Paulhiac is a spacious campsite which lies right in the heart of the Dordogne. The campsite's setting is wonderful with various trees, rolling countryside and a great deal of charm through some of it's older buildings that have been converted.

Find out more and book Le Moulin de Paulhiac campsite.

Le Port de Limeuil | Limeuil (D)

Le Port de Limeuil is located on the attractive banks of the Dordogne and Vézère rivers. Direct access to the river provides a whole wealth of activities for all the family

Find out more and book Le Port de Limeuil campsite.

Le Paradis | St Leon (E)

Le Paradis is a truly beautiful campsite set in it's own 17 acres of tropical gardens, along the banks of the river Vézère. The local area is full of some of the best countryside in France, with pretty villages and towns dotted between and along the meandering rivers of this wonderful region.

Finds out more and book Le Paradis campsite.

Soleil Plage | Vitrac (F)

Soleil Plage is a small yet wonderful campsite which lies on the banks of the river Dordogne. Camping at Soleil Plage provides you with the perfect location to enjoy all that makes the Dordogne so special.

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St Avit Loisirs | Le Bugue (G)

St Avit Loisirs is a delightful award winning campsite which is set amongst beautiful woodland and countryside, deep in the heart of the Dordogne. The campsite has a superb range of activities and the pool complex is especially impressive.

Find out more and book St Avit Loisirs campsite.

La Palombière | Sarlat (H)

La Palombière is located in a wooded parkland amongst masses of unspoilt countryside, a short distance from the medieval and pretty town of Sarlat. The main facilities are located in some converted old oak beamed farm buildings which gives a you a taste of the real Dordogne.

Find out more and book La Palombiere campsite.

Camping les Granges | Grolejac (I)

A parkland site, close to the Dordogne, with a modern pool area. Ideal for: Couples, School Children.

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Explore Dordogne on a camping holiday!

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.