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The Causses du Quercy Regional Natural Park and the Lot famous sites

Discover Occitane, its cultural and gastronomic treasures and its beautiful traditional villages like Rocamadour, Sarlat, Padirac ...

The natural and cultural gateways to the Causses du Quercy Regional Nature Park are, the sacred city of Rocamadour, Saint Cirq-Lapopie and Pech Merle.

All around you will find lots of charming and authentic towns and villages like Martel, Floirac, Carennac, Autoire, Cahors, Sarlat la Canéda, Collonges la Rouge and Domme.

You will find many hiking trails near the campsite, including one that passes through the campsite (IGN map available at reception).
The orientation tables are outstanding viewpoints of the Dordogne valley.

Causses du Quercy Regional Park

The Causses du Quercy Regional Nature Park offers hundreds kilometres of signposted routes to explore the area and the unspoilt nature throughout the year.
It is a paradise for hikers, mountain bikers and bikers.
It is also one of the best preserved areas from light pollution, also called “the black triangle of Quercy”, the best place to stargaze in France!

A subterranean world to explore! The Causses du Quercy are home to hundreds of caves, and “igues” (the Quercy word for chasm), carved out of the hard limestone. Quercy is one of France's leading caving regions.

Delight your taste buds with the Quercy’s specialties : foie gras, truffles, confits, Cahors wines, plum brandy, walnut liquor and oil… .

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The Dordogne Valley

The valley of wonders, charming villages, caves and castles... Just look up, it's all there!

The Dordogne river (2 km from the campsite) is one of France's most beautiful rivers which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This river is perfect for fishing, canoeing and swimming.
In the heart of the Dordogne valley, just a few kilometres from the Causse du Quercy Regional Nature Park, halfway between Rocamadour and Sarlat, the pays de Souillac is a gateway to the Midi.

Whether you're a hiker or a day-tripper, whether you like horse-riding, 4x4, mountain biking, cycle touring, playing golf or tennis,,.” le pays de Souillac” will be the perfect holiday destination.

The Dordogne Valley is definitely an ideal destination to spend your holidays with family or friends.
Charming villages, amazing cultural heritage, unspoilt nature, lively markets, thousand-year-old fortresses, canoe trips and many sport and nature activities… visitors are truly unspoilt for choice!
A holiday that you won’t forget any time soon !

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Rocamadour is a medieval town overlooking the Alzou valley, one of France's most important tourist destinations and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Rocamadour is situated on the Way of Saint James and it has been a famous pilgrimage site since the 12th century.

The basilica Saint-Sauveur and the crypt Saint-Amadour are both listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites and the chapel of Miracles holds the renowned statue of the Black Virgin.

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Sarlat-la-Caneda is the capital of the Périgord Noir, this historic town is a major tourist attraction and one of the world's most stunning medieval towns!
Surrounded by the luscious nature of the Dordogne Valley, you will be impressed by its breathtaking landscapes, castles, prehistoric caves, animal parks, wonderful gardens…

The Place de la Liberté is home to the market where you can buy the region's specialities: foie gras, truffles, figs and walnuts or taste it in one of the numerous terraces.

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Padirac chasm

,The Gouffre de Padirac situated just a few kilometres from our campsite, is the 1st largest chasm in France and one of the most fascinating to explore in Europe.
Padirac has 42 kilometres of underground galleries that have been explored by many speleologists since its discovery.

You will descend 103 meters by lift below ground to discover the unique atmosphere of the depths, once you've reached the bottom, you go on a 1h30 boat trip to explore the chasm.

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The monkey forest

Walk among 150 Barbary macaques, also known as “Magots”, roaming freely in 20 hectares of forest and meadows.

You'll enjoy observing this astonishing species in this exceptional setting and interact with them!

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Joëlle et Eric Beaucousin