Le Paradis

Le Paradis campsite - Dordogne

Le Paradis is a stunning campsite located on the banks of the Vezere river within 17 acres of gardens and although fairly small it is extremely popular!

The area surrounding the campsite is filled with some of the best countryside in the Dordogne, if not France, with plenty of beautiful villages entwined with the river as it meanders through the glorious fields, hills and woods.

Why we recommend booking Le Paradis:

Beautiful grounds.
On the banks of the local river.
Good pool complex for all the family.
Lots of places to visit nearby.
Canoeing, kayaking and fishing available on site.

Le Paradis, as with many campsites in France, provides a great range of sporting activities. If you’re feeling energetic why not try a spot of basketball, football or volleyball or those looking to make good use of the river can try their hand at a spot of fishing, canoeing or kayaking.

Those who prefer taking a dip in the campsite swimming pool will find that Le Paradis is perfect, with three fantastic swimming pools for a variety of ages along with a sun terrace and sun loungers for when you decide to dry off in the glorious sunshine.

The facilities at Le Paradis are also excellent ensuring that you can relax and enjoy your holiday not only during the day but also when night falls. With a restaurant providing local delicacies, a take away, bar and a variety of entertainment, you’ll be sure to be able to sit back, to eat, drink and of course be merry!

Le Paradis

Le Paradis campsite information:

  • Opening dates: 08/04/2017 – 30/09/2017
  • Campsite size: Small
  • Number of pitches: 200 pitches each around 80-100m2
  • Children’s clubs: On-site run children’s activities
  • Nearest beach: N/A
  • Nearest river: Direct Access
  • Nearest lake: 6km
  • Dogs allowed: Yes in certain accommodation types

Getting to Le Paradis

Getting to Le Paradis:

  • Zeebrugge: 807km
  • Caen Ouistreham: 601km
  • Calais: 791km
  • Dieppe: 651km
  • Le Havre: 650km
  • Oostende: 809km
  • St Malo: 576km
  • Roscoff: 720km
  • Santander: 575km
  • Bilbao: 503km

Activities at Le Paradis

On-site activities at Le Paradis include:

Three swimming pools, football, table tennis, basketball, volleyball, tennis, badminton, canoeing, kayaking, cycle hire, boules and a playground.

Please note that some activities may be chargeable.

Facilities at Le Paradis

On-site facilities at Le Paradis include:

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

Booking Le Paradis…

Booking Le Paradis 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 Paradis then please use the relevant button below.

Have a wonderful time…safe in the knowledge that you’re booking with reputable companies and don’t forget to join our mailing list and download our camping app for year-round offers.

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Days out and sightseeing

Whilst staying at Le Paradis 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!

Maison Forte de Reignac

Maison Forte de Reignac can be found just 3km from Le Paradis campsite and is well worth a visit. This mysterious castle was built in the cliff face in the 14th Century and is the last intact castle of it’s kind in France. Larger than it appears from the front, there are many rooms and corridors built way back into the cliff. Many of the rooms are filled with period furnishings, giving you a real feel of how it would have been throughout history.
Those with an interest in the more horrific side of life in and around a castle will love the exhibition of torture.
Located within the castle you’ll find this interesting exhibit featuring in excess of 60 authentic torture instruments, paintings and engravings depicting the horrifying art of torture through the ages.

La Roque St Christophe

A short trip 2km down the La Vezere river will lead you to La Roque Saint Christophe. This half a mile long cliff face is now classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is quite remarkable. The limestone wall was worn away over the centuries creating caves and these caves have been used for over 50000 years as shelter by a variety of inhabitants, up until only a few centuries ago. During the middle ages it was used as a citadel to provide defence against enemies. A climb up the steps to the original entrance is truly awe inspiring and the actual scale of the caves is unbelievable. With La Roque St Christophe being a stones throw from Le Paradis campsite it’s well worth taking the time to visit.

Château de Hautefort

The Chateau de Hautefort is a very impressive castle which is located around 44km to the north of Le Paradis campsite. The original Chateau was built in the middle ages with the first owner thought to be Guy de Lastours in year 1000. The Chateau was reconstructed in the 17th century into more of a leisure Chateau as it was not required to be as heavily fortified. During the mid 19th Century the formal gardens were landscaped into the impressive range of gardens you can see today. The Chateau itself is a vast and impressive building with so many rooms, it can take quite some time to explore them all. Within the variety of rooms you’ll discover a huge range of art, furniture and antiquities from the 17th and 18th centuries. The Chateau is open daily from April to October and the entry prices are also very reasonable.

Gouffre de Proumeyssac

The Gouffre de Proumeyssac is a beautiful and magical system of caves which are located around 24km to the southwest of Le Paradis campsite near to the town of Le Bugue.
Discovered in 1907, the caves offer visitors the chance to see how nature works its magic over the millennia to create something special and wonderful.
Access to the caves is either via a stairway or for those who wish to pay a little extra, via a gondola which comes down from above. The gondola is great but just be prepared that there is a light show at the start of the tour in which you’ll become one of the major features!
Once you enter the caves there are a number of galleries, the most impressive of which is called the “Crystal Cathedral” where you’ll find a vast number of stalagmites, stalactites and monoliths. The Gouffre de Proumeyssac is open daily from February until December each year.

Wherever you decide to explore whilst camping at Le Paradis 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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