A few minutes from Sarlat, Domme is perched on a cliff and offers an exceptional view of the Dordogne Valley and the neighbouring “Most Beautiful Villages of France” of La Roque-Gageac and Beynac-et-Cazenac.
In love with enigmatic places? Staying at our campsite near Domme in the Dordogne will give you the opportunity to enjoy an original walk!
Visit the Périgord Noir from our campsite near Domme
Domme is one of the Most Beautiful Villages in France, not to be missed during your holiday at our campsite near Domme in the Dordogne. During your visit, discover the time of the Templars and the traditional heritage.
Take the small tourist train and you’ll discover the streets of Domme and many other surprises! Built as a bastide in 1281 by Philippe III Le Hardi for defensive purposes, it is built on the “bar”, a cliff that dominates the Dordogne River for 150 m. The numerous houses with light coloured stones testify to a mastered architecture of the most remarkable, like the coin-beater house with its three-lobed windows. You will find it on the Place de la Rode.
On La Grand-Rue, the Place de la Halle is the heart of Domme. The 17th century market hall has been perfectly renovated and is opposite the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions. On Thursdays, you can come and stroll around the traditional market!
To discover in Domme
From the large Belvedere square, admire the view of the Dordogne gorges and several of the Most Beautiful Villages in France.
La Grotte de Domme
It is the largest cave in the Périgord Noir. Under the bastide, discover 450 metres of galleries and go back up by a panoramic lift! A breathtaking view of the Dordogne valley awaits you!
The Templar Graffiti
When you arrive in Domme, the imposing Porte des Tours stands before you. These two half-towers that frame the entrance have had a rich historical past. Indeed, they were used as guard rooms, but also as a prison for 70 Templars who were held there from 1307 to 1318.