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4-star campsite in Périgord Noir

The Dordogne Périgord region benefits from a particularly temperate climate which makes it a pleasant region to live in all seasons and a privileged destination for holidays.

In addition to numerousoutdoor activities(canoeing, tree climbing, hiking), the Dordogne is full of historical and prehistoricsites and medieval villages.

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Typical markets and gastronomy of Périgord

Outdoor activities to discover the region

Historical sites along the Dordogne river

Go camping in the heart of the Dordogne
an incredible region to discover

Our campsite in Périgord is located in the Dordogne valley, between Sarlat and Bergerac, on the border of Périgord Noir and Périgord Pourpre, and a stone’s throw from the Dordogne and Vézère rivers.

A perfect location for staying at our 4-star campsite in a dedicated rental (chalet, mobile home) or on a camping pitch). Starting from the Domaine de Fromengal, you can discover a region inhabited by man for more than 400,000 years.

In addition to the activities and entertainment on offer at the campsite, you can choose from a wide range of outdoor activities: canoeing on the Dordogne, accrobranche, hiking …

Our establishment also has a large water park enriched with two swimming pools, three water slides and a paddling pool for the little ones, allowing you to peacefully enjoy your stay in the Dordogne at the edge of the water.

What to do in the surroundings?

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Le Buisson-de-Cadouin

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Discovery of Périgord
from our campsite

Around our campsite, from your accommodation, you can explore the Périgord and its treasures and legends such as the history of the Holy Shroud of the Abbey of Cadouin. There are many sites to visit nearby: fortified towns and medieval villages, castles and gardens, caves, chasms.

The International Centre for Cave Art (Lascaux IV) located at the foot of the Lascaux hill, offers a visit of the complete facsimile of the Lascaux cave thanks to virtual reality technologies, but also the discovery of cave art from all over the world and the civilization of Cro-Magnon man. Reservations are strongly recommended.

An exceptional heritage
close to our campsite

The Dordogne and Vézère valleys are full of prehistoric sites and classified sites. The Hundred Years War left behind an impressive medieval heritage. The Dordogne regularly hosts historical film shoots. Latest, “The Last Duel” by Ridley Scott.

In the vicinity of Domaine de Fromengal, our 4-star campsite in the Périgord, you can discover incredibly well-preserved castles, prehistoric caves and shelters, troglodytic sites, medieval bastides and the most beautiful villages in France, such as Limeuil, Beynac and La Roque-Gageac.

Dordogne Perigord:
a generous nature

Rivers, wooded hills of oaks and chestnut trees, limestone cliffs, preserved fauna, in the Dordogne, nature is breathtaking .

To discover this mosaic of scenery, how about a hike or a bike ride — for hiking, you can leave directly from the Domaine to join the nearest loops (Cadouin, Cussac, Molières) —, with a beautiful canoeing or kayaking on the Dordogne ? From family outings to more athletic routes, there is something for everyone in the Dordogne!

Did you know ?

The Dordogne, administrative name of the department, is most often called “Périgord” which is the name of the old province. This Périgord comes in a palette of four colors: Black (around Sarlat), Purple (around Bergerac) , White (around Périgueux), Green (around Brantôme). The black color comes from the thick mantle of chestnut and holm oak forests.

A campsite nestled in the heart of Périgord
with leisure activities for all

River beaches equipped for swimming, theme parks, canoeing on the Dordogne or the Vézère, quad outings, hiking or cycling, golf, tree climbing course or via ferrata, hot air balloon flight over the Dordogne, horse, as many moments and sensations to share with family or friends .

For trout fishing fans, a stone’s throw from our campsite, there is the Étang du Chabrol in Cadouin.

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La Roque Gageac, the most beautiful village in France

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Hiking or cycling

Hot air balloon flight over Castelnaud

Make your senses travel in Dordogne Périgord

The Périgord is a high place of gastronomy . Strawberries, chestnuts, walnuts rub shoulders with ceps, truffles and vines. Without forgetting the specialties of duck or goose with foie gras, duck breast, gizzards. The recipes (blanched garlic tourin, truffle omelette, walnut oil) are passed down from generation to generation. Wine from Bergerac, Monbazillac, Pecharmant accompany with delight the discovery of this generous cuisine. The typical and traditional markets of Périgord are also worth the detour; in season, gourmet markets take place in the evening in many villages.

At the reception of the campsite, you will find many leaflets and tourist guides , the list of markets, events or summer festivals.

Take advantage of price reductions with our partners such as Canoë Détente, the caves of Maxange or the Aquarium du Périgord.

Hiking guides (on foot, by bike) with loops around the campsite and the surrounding area are on sale at the campsite reception.

Do not hesitate to ask us for information depending on the type of visit or activity you wish to carry out, we are at your disposal to advise you.

Go camping in the heart of the Dordogne: a region to discover

The Dordogne Périgord region benefits from a particularly temperate climate which makes it a pleasant region to live in all seasons and a privileged destination.

The Domaine de Fromengal is located in the Dordogne valley, between Sarlat and Bergerac, on the border of the Périgord Noir and the Périgord Pourpre, a stone’s throw from the Dordogne and Vézère rivers. A perfect location for staying in a rental chalet, mobile home or camping pitch and discovering a region that has been inhabited by man for over 400,000 years and offers many leisure and outdoor activities.

Did you know ?

The Dordogne, administrative name of the department, is most often called “Périgord” which is the name of the old province.
Périgord comes in a palette of four colours: Black (around Sarlat), Purple (around Bergerac), White (around Périgueux), Green (around Brantôme).
The black color comes from the thick mantle of chestnut and oak forests.

An exceptional heritage

The Dordogne and Vézère valleys are full of prehistoric sites and classified sites. The Hundred Years War left behind an impressive medieval heritage.

Near the Domaine de Fromengal, you can discover perfectly preserved castles, caves or prehistoric shelters, troglodyte sites, medieval bastides, the most beautiful villages in France of Beynac and La Roque-Gageac.

Bastides – villages – cities | Prehistory | Castles | Caves and chasms | Troglodyte sites | Museums, eco-museums | Gardens

A generous nature

The Dordogne and Vézère valleys are full of prehistoric sites and classified sites. The Hundred Years War left behind an impressive medieval heritage.

Near the Domaine de Fromengal, our 4-star campsite in Périgord , you can discover perfectly preserved castles, caves or prehistoric shelters, troglodyte sites, medieval bastides, the most beautiful villages in France of Beynac and La Roque-Gageac.

Canoe | barges | Hikes | Horse riding

Leisure activities for all

River beaches equipped for swimming, theme parks, tree climbing or via ferrata, hot air balloon flight over the Dordogne, horseback riding, so many moments and sensations to share with family or friends.

The journey of the senses

The Périgord is a high place of gastronomy. Strawberries, chestnuts, walnuts rub shoulders with ceps, truffles and vines. Without forgetting the specialties of duck or goose with foie gras, duck breast, gizzards. The recipes (blanched garlic tourin, truffle omelette, walnut oil) are passed down from generation to generation. Wine from Bergerac, Monbazillac, Pecharmant accompany with delight the discovery of this generous cuisine.

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