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Camping holidays in Périgord Noir

For a nature holiday in the Dordogne

The Périgord Noir campsites form a key part of the Flower Campings network. This is where you can come for a holiday packed with adventures and new discoveries,  blending together nature and culture. In the southeast of the department of Dordogne, our Périgord Noir campsites let you live out all your historical fantasies. You can explore medieval castles, prehistoric sites and charming little villages. If you prefer an all-natural getaway, you'll love the peaceful riverside landscapes. Whether you want to visit natural wonders, ancient buildings, manicured gardens or cute villages, you'll find them all here in the Dordogne.

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Our campsites in the Périgord Noir near the Dordogne valley

In the Périgord Noir, you'll find some of the most beautiful villages in France. Spend a day exploring the cobbled streets of Domme, Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère, la Roque-Gageac, Saint-Amand-de-Coly, Limeuil, Beynac, Castelnau or Marqueyssac, each more charming than the one before. The cultural thrills don't stop there! Take a stroll through the narrow streets of Sarlat, an ancient medieval city that has become one of France's most beloved centres for art and history.

All our campsites in Périgord are close to the Dordogne valley, so you can go for a swim in the cool river water. The river is swimmable from Trémolat to Souillac-sur-Dordogne, so pack your swimsuit and get ready for the most refreshing dip of your life. Don't want to get your feet wet? No problem! There's plenty to keep you busy here. The Vézère valley is dotted with prehistoric attractions, like the UNESCO World Heritage Sites at the town of Les Eyzies or the cave of Lascaux. As you explore the 1,001 castles scattered around Périgord Noir, your journey back in time will take you from the Stone Age to the Medieval era. Spend your days discovering museums, parks, gardens, zoos, aquariums or more. Then come back in the evening to the comfort of a mobile home in the Périgord Noir. Want to try something different? How about a lazy barge ride down the Dordogne River?

If your camping holiday isn't complete without some modern comforts, check out our camping rentals in the Périgord Noir. You can rent comfy bedsheets, a fridge, a TV, a barbecue and a safe. Most of our campsites will let you hire bikes to explore the area on two wheels, as well as a baby kit with a bathtub, high chair and bed. Can't bear to leave Fido at home? Don't worry, as the majority of our campsites will give your four-legged friends a warm welcome. You'll also find entertainment for the whole family. The kids can spend their days letting off steam with organised fun in the Mister Flower Club for little ones ages 6-12 years. Campers of all ages can get together for evening entertainment. Plus, if you're feeling peckish, you won't need to go far. Our campsites have snack bars, restaurants or pizzerias, and grocery stores stockpiled with local specialities. When you choose Flower Campings, you're in for a treat. What could be better than a fun-filled campsite in the Périgord Noir, complete with its own swimming pool?

Our campsites in the Périgord Noir with swimming pools

When you stay at the 3-star La Sagne campsite in Vitrac, you'll be able to choose between renting a furnished tent or a mobile home. This is the ideal campsite for water lovers, as it has direct access to the Dordogne River, as well as a covered, heated swimming pool. Which will you choose, the river or the pool? There's also a grocery store stocked with local products, in addition to the bar and a snack bar, where you can relax.

The 3-star Le Temps de Vivre campsite in Salignac-Eyvigues is a small campsite nestled deep in the woods. A dream spot for hikers, it's also close to a decadent spa centre. The whole family will have a great time here, with rental bungalows and mobile homes that can comfortably house up to 8 people.

The 4-star Les Berges de la Dordogne campsite in Trémolat is halfway between Bergerac and Sarlat, and it gives you river access for a morning swim. There are shady pitches for your comfort, and there's family entertainment in the summer. If the river and the on-site swimming pool aren't enough for you, you'll also find a water ski club and canoe base here.

Want to get away from it all? Try the 3-star Les Nauves campsite in Belvès. The grounds are set in 5 hectares of nature in the heart of the Périgord Noir, just what you need to let your worries drift away. Set up camp on one of the large pitches in a quiet, pastoral setting near Sarlat-la-Canéda. There's also an on-site restaurant, where the chef will give you a taste of the finest local cuisine - what more could you want from a holiday in France?

For an action-packed holiday, head to the 4-star Les Ondines campsite, located in the Lot at the entry of the Périgord Noir. With flowers blooming everywhere, this campsite is the perfect retreat for peaceful evenings. You'll need the rest, as this campsite is in the perfect location for exploring the top attractions of both the Lot and the Dordogne. Spend your days hopping from site to site, then head back to the campsite to relax in the heated swimming pool.

To discover the enchanting medieval city of Sarlat, stay at the 3-star Le Tiradou campsite in Saint-Vincent-de-Cosse, located very close to the Dordogne. Enjoy a gourmet meal in Sarlat and then head back to the campsite, with its luxurious heated outdoor pool.

The 3-star Les Terrasses de Dordogne campsite, located in Rouffignac-Saint-Cernin, has a heated outdoor swimming pool. You can explore the valley of Vézère and try your hand at all kinds of water sports, making this an ideal site for thrill seekers. It's also close to Lascaux, with its stunning prehistoric caves.

If your camping holiday isn't complete without a fishing spot, stay at Le Val de la Marquise 4-star campsite in Campagne, ideally situated along the Vézère. As well as a fishing pond, this campsite has a great location for exploring the Dordogne region.

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