Le Vézère Périgord

from £9.95 to £31.35 Per unit

Overview

Relaxed and tranquil, ideal for history, prehistory and nature lovers

The friendliness and traditional family camping style of this peaceful site are what draw members back. Just 300 yards from the river Vézère with its fishing, canoeing and little river beach, close by are also many of the unique prehistoric dwellings, paintings and sculptures for which the Dordogne is world renowned. The fortified cliffside house at Reignac is just down the road, while the troglodyte dwellings just three miles away at La Roque-St.-Christophe are fascinating, with plenty more prehistoric and natural wonders to explore in the area.

Location

  • Woodland setting above the Vézère valley, near some of the finest prehistoric caves and troglodyte villages
  • La Roque-St.-Christophe cave dwellings three miles, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac four miles, Montignac (Lascaux cave paintings) 13 miles, Sarlat 15 miles, Marqueyssac gardens 20 miles
  • Modern facilities set in woodland on a small hillside, 300 yards from the River Vézère

Information

  • High season – relaxed and tranquil; ideal for history, nature, food and wine enthusiasts, off-road cyclists and canoeists alike
  • Low season – quiet and welcoming, most facilities open, ideal for the Dordogne without the crowds
  • Owned and run by Alexandrine and Gilles Moreaux
  • 2015, 18.7-21.8 maximum unit length 8m
  • BBQs permitted
  • Dogs welcome (maximum two)

Site Accessibility

Dedicated accessible facilities - please ask for further details

Facilities

Le Vézère Périgord has the following facilities on or around the site.

  • Terraced pitches, some with a slight slope; part-shaded and shaded; electricity 10A

    Terraced pitches, some with a slight slope; part-shaded and shaded; electricity 10A

  • Bar/restaurant (daily set menu)

    Bar/restaurant (daily set menu)

  • Snacks and take-away

    Snacks and take-away

  • Play area

    Play area

  • Multisports area planned for 2015

    Multisports area planned for 2015

  • Massages

    Massages

  • Washing machines

    Washing machines

  • Covered pool, outdoor pool, waterslide, paddling pool

    Covered pool, outdoor pool, waterslide, paddling pool

  • Weekly wine tasting and boar roasts in high season

    Weekly wine tasting and boar roasts in high season

  • Basic shop

    Basic shop

  • Tennis court

    Tennis court

  • Canoe excursions

    Canoe excursions

  • Well-maintained modern wash blocks in traditional-style buildings

    Well-maintained modern wash blocks in traditional-style buildings

  • Wi-Fi not on pitches (free).

    Wi-Fi not on pitches (free).

Reviews

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4.7

Very warm welcome from the very friendly owners,Gilles was the perfect host with a relaxed and...

This review is for Le Vézère Périgord

Very warm welcome from the very friendly owners,Gilles was the perfect host with a relaxed and easy going demeanor,his wife was also very helpfull and approachable. On arrival we were offered choice of two pitches(the only two empty!).Very much "Hobsons choice" but we picked what we believed to be most suitable.The site is described as being on a hillside,that is certainly accurate!.Glad I was not at the top of the site as path down to and back from facilities would have been very excercising! Access to and pitching on the emplacement can best be described as challenging,motor mover essential for most pitches and definitely for mine! We entertained several Belgians with our pitching as they felt I was trying the impossible.Big units will struggle to get on pitches which were smaller than usual for France and grass was absent from most pitches and hard rock pegs required for awnings. This sounds very negative but you need to be prepared for what you get. Bar and restaurant were very good with a large terrace and plenty of seating.Sanitary facilities were clean and adequate given the site was full.Pool small and very few sunbeds and seating.Water slide enters main pool so do not expect a quiet and orderly swim. There had clearly been heavy rain prior to our visit and some campers had dug trenches around their units!I would imagine a typical Dordogne thunderstorm would create several small streams down through the site.All pitches are shaded with full cover of trees,suited us at the time as it was very hot. Great location for major attractions,particularly the caves and pre-history sites.Canoe trip down the Vezere great fun but 26km on a hot day was testing! Easy access to Dordogne valley via St.Cyprien with all the great locations to hand.This is the best feature of this location and it was well run and very friendly.The fact the site was full despite being prior to main season speaks for itself.

  • Towing: Moderate
  • Location: Country
  • Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
  • Friendliness: 5
  • Cleanliness: 5
  • Facilities: 4

Pricing

Sites often charge for an additional vehicle, including a car towed by a motorhome. You should also expect to pay extra for pets and awnings.
We only charge you for extra equipment if the site charges us.

Solo campers may be entitled to reduced pitch fees on some sites.

Please proceed to book in order to find the latest prices, availability, or if you are looking to start your stay within less than 2 weeks please call us.

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