Sightseeing near the campsite in the Dordogne valley
The Lot department in the Occitanie region of southern France is nicknamed "Land of Wonders" because of its different landscapes, its heritage, its gastronomy and its many cultural and sport activities.
Many hiking and mountain biking trails from the campsite.
The campsite is situated on the GR 64 / GR 652, on route of the Way of St James.
Overnight rental for hikers and pilgrims... please contact us.
The Dordogne valley at 14km
From the Massif Central, the Dordogne river flows in 55 km between Souillac and Sousceyrac!
Visit the most beautiful villages of France like Loubressac, Autoire and Carennac... the amazing castles of Castelnau-Bretenoux, Montal…, charming villages like Martel(the town of seven towers); stunning places like Padirac and Rocamadour.
An exceptional heritage that makes up the Land of Art and History of the Dordogne Valley.
Rocamadour at 19km
Rocamadour is a real eagle's nest from where you have a breathtaking view!
Even more famous that the Way of St James, the hermit Amador shrine attracted pilgrims from the 12th century.
Nowadays, people come to pray to the black Madonna in sanctuaries
Believer or not, this is a must-see!
Do as the pilgrims do: take the holy way, the rue de la Couronnerie lined with medieval houses and fortified doors.
Sarlat at 28km
Sarlat, city of Art and History is the capital of Périgord noir.
Typified by its gold-hued old town filled with café-lined squares, beautifully preserved medieval buildings and monuments.
Don't miss out on market day!
The Padirac chasm at 30km
The Padirac Chasm is a cave located near Gramat, in the Lot department, Occitanie region and it is one of the largest chasms in Europe!
With a diameter of approximately 35 metres, or 115 feet, standing at the edge of the entrance to Padirac Cave will take your breath away!
To visit the cavern below, you will have to descend 75 metres by lift or stairs, before entering the cave system, which goes on to a depth of 103 metres, or 338 feet.
Souillac at 16km
Souillac, a town of contrasts, between river and old stones is located In the heart of the Dordogne Valley, halfway between Rocamadour and Sarlat, close to numerous caves, castles, museums and many of the "most beautiful villages in France",
Domme at 36km
About 10 km south of Sarlat, Domme is perched on a vertiginous cliff and offer stunning view of the Dordogne valley.
This golden stone bastide successfully combines architectural, gastronomic and nature heritage of the Périgord Noir.
Lascaux 4 at 60km
Lascaux 4 (opened in December 2016) is the (almost) complete, life-size reproduction of the true Lascaux cave in Montignac (Dordogne).
Technology, modern. scenography has given rise to new lighting .
The International Centre extends in a building over 8,500 m² located a stone's throw from the center of Montignac (models, pictures wall, 3D immersion…).