Le Moulin de Paulhiac

Le Moulin de Paulhiac campsite - Dordogne

Le Moulin de Paulhiac is a spacious traditional French campsite which benefits from a glorious position deep in the heart of the stunning Dordogne countryside.

The campsite is surrounded by wonderful countryside and woodland and many of the campsites facilities are located within the older buildings that have been lovingly converted. The great outdoors and the traditional building give visitors to Le Moulin de Paulhiac a great insight into the Dordogne as a region.

Why we recommend booking Le Moulin de Paulhiac:

Small pretty campsite.
Great range of activities.
Traditional French campsite.
Stunning location.
Good pool complex.

Although fairly small, Le Moulin de Paulhiac still boasts a great range of activities. A great pool complex with a range of slides, along with a variety of sports such as football, volleyball, tennis and even archery awaits those with plenty of energy whilst those looking to relax can sit back along the riverbank and try their hand at a spot of fishing.

If you’re happy to get out and explore the local area, you’ll find a myriad of different places to visit such as the five nearby Chateaux, the brilliant aquarium at Perigord and a selection of stunning towns and villages such as Rocamadour.

Le Moulin de Paulhiac

Le Moulin de Paulhiac campsite information:

  • Opening dates: 29/04/2017 – 17/09/2017
  • Campsite size: Small
  • Number of pitches: 160 pitches each around 100m2
  • Children’s clubs: On-site run children’s activities
  • Nearest beach: N/A
  • Nearest river: Direct Access
  • Nearest lake: 14km
  • Dogs allowed: Yes in certain accommodation types

Getting to Le Moulin de Paulhiac

Getting to Le Moulin de Paulhiac:

  • Zeebrugge: 854km
  • Caen Ouistreham: 613km
  • Calais: 825km
  • Dieppe: 687km
  • Le Havre: 726km
  • Oostende: 861km
  • St Malo: 622km
  • Roscoff: 745km
  • Santander: 548km
  • Bilbao: 450km

Activities at Le Moulin de Paulhiac

On-site activities at Le Moulin de Paulhiac include:

Four swimming pools with slides, table tennis, tennis, basketball, fishing, archery, badminton, volleyball, football, cycle hire, boules and two playgrounds.

Please note that some activities may be chargeable.

Facilities at Le Moulin de Paulhiac

On-site facilities at Le Moulin de Paulhiac include:

WiFi, take away, restaurant, bar, animation team, mini market, family disco, games room, tv room, washers, dryers, baby changing facilities and baby baths.

Booking Le Moulin de Paulhiac…

Booking Le Moulin de Paulhiac is quick and easy with Go Camp France.

The campsite can be booked through a number of our featured companies including Eurocamp. You can find out more about each of the companies by clicking on the relevant link above or if you’d like to find out what each company can offer you for Le Moulin de Paulhiac then please use the relevant button below.

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Days out and sightseeing

Whilst staying at Le Moulin de Paulhiac campsite why not find out what the local area has to offer. Exploring nearby towns and places of interest is a great way of making the most of your holiday in France.

Read on to find out more about some of the great things you can enjoy nearby!


Daglan is a beautiful medieval town located 4km to the southeast of Le Moulin de Paulhiac campsite within the Ceou Valley. Daglan is a very pleasant and pretty village to visit displaying all that’s best about the Dordogne region of France.
There are a variety of buildings that are well worth seeing whilst in Daglan, such as the 14th century church of Saint Martin and the village is also famous for its number of round huts which have dry stone walls. The Maison de la Pierre Seche which can be found in the centre of town, offers you the chance to find out more about the history and origin of the huts.

Castelnaud la Chapelle

Castelnaud la Chapelle is located 6km to the northwest of Le Moulin de Paulhiac and has been designated as one of the most beautiful villages in France “Les Plus Beaux Villages de France”.
The main reason for many people visiting is the spectacular Chateau de Castelnaud. Towering over the village, the Chateau was constructed in the 12th century and has undergone a schedule of painstaking restoration works over the years. The Chateau specialises in showing visitors, through displays and demonstrations the art of medieval warfare. A selection of weapons and armour are displayed for visitors to look at and children will love looking at the giant crossbow, mangonel and trebuchet.

La Roque Gageac

Take a short drive 9km to the north of Le Moulin de Paulhiac campsite and you’ll find yourself at one of most photographed places in France, La Roque Gageac.
Classified as “Les Plus Beaux Villages de France” one of the most beautiful villages in France, it’s not hard to understand why so many people feel compelled to visit this extraordinary town. Perched overlooking the river Dordogne, the town has a myriad of cobbled streets that wind their way through the town passing by a variety of interesting and historical buildings. Above the town in the cliffs you’ll find defences and caves which are carved into the cliffs. Some of which have been occupied since pre historic times. A beautiful town, in a beautiful part of the region, La Roque Gageac is a must visit for anyone staying nearby.


If you’re happy to do a little driving in search of a great place to visit then we recommend a trip to Rocamadour. Located around 57km to the east of Le Moulin de Paulhiac, Rocamadour is a beautiful medieval village which clings to the cliffs above the river Alzou.
The town is another place to go if you’re looking to get your camera out and take some stunning photos to show friends and family when you return home. Pilgrims have been making their way to the town and the Notre Damn church for centuries and if you visit, make sure you take a look at the great stairway or Via Sancta. A stairway consisting of some 216 steps, pilgrims must kneel on each and every step as they climb to the top. The town is filled with medieval charm and history but for a truly spectacular view, we recommend a trip to the Chateau. Built above the town to protect it from entry from the cliffs, it’s ramparts provide an awe inspiring view of the surrounding area and plenty of photo opportunities.

Wherever you decide to explore whilst camping at Le Moulin de Paulhiac we hope you have a wonderful time. To get directions to any of the places mentioned above download and use our Free Camping France App!

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