Le Port de Limeuil campsite is located in Alles-sur-Dordogne in the Dordogne region of France.
Le Port de Limeuil
Le Port de Limeuil campsite is one of the most stunningly beautiful holiday locations in the Dordgone region of France.
This lovely 4 star family friendly campsite is located on the river bank where La Dordogne and La Vezere rivers merge and is surrounded by miles of beautiful French countryside.
Although Le Port de Limeuil campsite is small, it still manages to provide its visitors with a comprehensive range of facilities and activities to ensure they have a wonderful camping holiday. With direct access to the river it’s hardly surprising that families love coming to Le Port de Limeuil.
The site was once a place to cross the river in days of old but now the pebble beach provides not only stunning views across the river over to the old medieval village but also gives access to the river for a range of activities including fishing, kayaking or canoeing or to just have a bit of fun swimming, paddling or relaxing on the river beach.
Not to be outdone by larger campsites, Le Port de Limeuil offers a great pool complex with 3 swimming pools with a water slide for children. Although the pool complex is pretty good most people visiting Le Port de Limeuil campsite normally opt to swim in the river as there’s much more fun to be had.
Campsite activities and facilities
Le Port de Limeuil campsite offers a comprehensive selection of activities and facilities on site and also nearby to ensure you have a fantastic family holiday.
On-site activities at Le Port de Limeuil campsite include tennis, table tennis, football, badminton, basketball, volleyball, trampolines, playground and cycle hire.
Facilities available at Le Port de Limeuil campsite include WIFI, takeaway, bar, groceries, games room, tv room, animation team, washers and dryers.
Accommodation at Le Port de Limeuil campsite includes a range of 2 and 3 bedroom mobile homes and tents that are available from Eurocamp.
Things to see and do
There are plenty of things to see and do, and places to visit, within a short distance of Le Port de Limeuil campsite including:
- Musee Napoleon – Anyone interested in French history and especially Napoleon Bonaparte should visit the Musee Napoleon. The museum is home to over 500 paintings, objects and sculpture and is also the home of one of Napoleons direct descendants. This private collection is something that you really must see if you’ve an interest in Napoleon. Around 150 items from the collection have been declared historic monuments and clearly cannot be seen anywhere else in the world. The museum is open at various points during the year but mostly during high season between 1st July and 15th September when it’s open everyday but Saturday.
- Aquarium du Perigord Noir – If you’re holidaying with your children then one place that’s worth visiting is the Aquarium at Perigord Noir. The touch pools at the aquarium allow children to get right up close and personal with the fish and to celebrate its 25 year anniversary, the aquarium has opened an alligator park allowing you to see a variety of alligators and other reptiles. The aquarium is open from February – November and the entry prices are quite reasonable.
- Les Grottes de Maxange – Les Grottes de Maxange are located in the village of Le Buisson de Cadouin. Recognised as one of the finest dripstone caves in France, Les Grottes de Maxange offers visitors the chance to see the amazing formations close at hand. Originally used by the Caballero family for stone, it wasn’t until the year 2000 that the caves were discovered. Although the caves are a fairly new attraction the owner has kept them very natural unlike some others in the area and are therefore well worth a visit.
- Gouffre de Proumeyssac – Gouffre de Proumeyssac is another fantastic cave system which can be found near to Le Bugue. Discovered in 1907 by Gabriel Galou, the caves give visitors the opportunity to see the wonders of nature and geology. The main chamber in the system is more commonly known as the “Crystal Cathedral”. This is due to the vast number of monoliths, stalagmites and stalactites that are present. Entrance to the caves are either via steps or by gondola. Please be aware though that the start of the tour begins with a light show in which the gondola is one of the main attractions so all eyes will be on you as you make your decent.
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