Less than 15 minutes from the campsite, discover
La Roque Gageac, classified as one of the Most Beautiful Villages in France.
With its brown roof tiles, its typical rooftops and its charm of bygone days, treat yourself to a stunning stroll around the village. It is nestled between a cliff and the Dordogne river. As surprising as it may seem, it benefits from an almost Mediterranean microclimate, as it faces due south!
Take a walk through the many narrow streets that lead to the foot of the cliff. From the top, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the river.
Stay at our campsite near La Roque Gageac
Visit the 14th century church of La Roque-Gageac, and take the time to observe its bell tower-wall, as well as its Périgord lauze roof. From the small courtyard of the church, you can admire the exotic garden: palm trees, banana trees, fig trees, cactus… a real natural solarium to discover during your visit!
While staying at our La Roque Gageac campsite, you can also stop off at the Manoir de Tarde, overlooking the village centre. This former residence of the bishops of Sarlat will convince any architecture lover! You’ll be impressed by its two gabled buildings adjacent to its lauze tower.
Take a river trip while staying at our campsite near La Roque Gageac
Looking for an unusual outing during your stay? Climb aboard a gabarre from the Middle Ages to discover the Dordogne river! The view of the village is incredible!
Leaving the village, following the river, you will discover the Château de la Malartrie, home of the Saint-Aulaire family, an illustrious diplomat from Périgord. This impressive castle in the cliffs was built in the 19th century. From the river, you can admire its square tower, round towers and dormer windows.