Wildlife-watching campsites near Bergerac

Medieval charms, vineyards, and riverside camping at the gateway to the Dordogne.

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5 top campsites near Bergerac with wildlife watching

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Camping Lune Sur Le Lac

23 units · Motorhomes, Tents70 acres · Capdrot, Aquitaine
Tranquil and simple camping in the wonderfully unspoiled Dordogne countryside
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Camping Belle Vue

20 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · 24390 Boisseuilh, Aquitaine
Classic Dordogne camping with terrific valley views, a peaceful vibe, and friendly hosts
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Belair Le Camping

11 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents4 acres · Champagnac De Belair, Aquitaine
Beautiful bell tent glamping near the River Dronne
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Eden Villages La Bouquerie

5 units · Tents5 acres · Saint Jean De Luz, Aquitaine
Head to the Dordogne to breathe the fresh air at our Sarlat campsite! Raphaël and his entire team, from the Eden Villages La Bouquerie campsite, welcome you for an unforgettable stay, in the heart of a green park surrounded by nature! It is the ideal campsite to spend the holidays of your dreams, lively or relaxing, in a family and friendly atmosphere! On the program: entertainment from morning to evening for the whole family and for the youngest unforgettable memories with the animators of our children's clubs and teens' clubs! Stay at our Sarlat La Bouquerie campsite, an idyllic place to build the most beautiful holiday memories! You will discover or rediscover the Périgord noir, this magnificent region with many activities. Want to explore the Dordogne? Opt for a river trip aboard a canoe, you will come across pretty fortified castles and picturesque villages on your way. Need a relaxing time? Then go to our aquatic area and bask in the sun, by the heated swimming pool of our campsite near Sarlat.
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La Clairière - écolieu de vacances

30 units · Tents10 acres · Occitanie
Pitch your tent in the heart of nature and let your holiday in Lot begin! Picnic on the banks of the River Dordogne, where the coolness of the river, the shade of the trees and the canoes passing by are sure to make for lovely holiday memories. Go hiking on the plateaus of the Causses du Quercy Regional National Park and discover some good tips for local restaurants and producers. Take part in some campsite activities and make the most of the opportunity to have fun with your family and meet other holidaymakers. End your day with a dip in the swimming pool at La Clairiere campsite.
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Wildlife-watching campsites near Bergerac guide

Overview

Few regions are as quintessentially French as the Dordogne (or the Périgord, as it’s known to locals), set around the Dordogne River and peppered with medieval villages, caves, and châteaux. Bergerac, at the heart of the Dordogne’s wine-growing region, doesn’t disappoint, with its tangle of cobblestone lanes, half-timbered houses, and traditional barges plying the river. Take to the water to boat, paddle, or fish, then escape into the vineyards to hike, cycle, and go wine tasting. Campers have a choice of options from simple aires (motorhome parks) and municipal campsites to cosy cabins, glampsites, or holiday parks with full amenities and a swimming pool.

Where to go

Perigord Pourpre

The southwest area of the Dordogne is known as the Périgord Pourpre (Purple Périgord), so-called for its beloved red wines. Bergerac is the obvious basecamp for exploring, so set out to discover the family-run wineries, enjoy leisurely bike rides through the vineyards, or go truffle-hunting in the woods. Don’t miss the lively market towns of Sainte Foy la Grande and Issigeac, or the bastide towns of Eymet and Monpazier.

Perigord Noir

East of Bergerac, the Perigord Noir (Black Perigord) is named for the dark oak forests that flank the Dordogne River, affording miles of hiking, biking, and canoeing trails. Regional highlights include the medieval Old Town and markets of Sarlat-la-Canéda, the prehistoric Lascaux Caves near Montignac, and the hilltop Chateau de Castelnaud.

Dordogne Valley

East of Bergerac, the Dordogne River twists through forested cliffs and impossibly pretty medieval villages that appear tailor-made for lingering road trips, slow river cruises, and country camping. Hit the road in your campervan or caravan, and explore the cliff-top citadel of Rocamadour, the medieval lanes of Carennac, or the flowery riverbanks of Loubressac.

When to go

Summer, especially July and August, is peak season in Bergerac, and Dordogne campsites can book up quickly. To avoid the crowds and the high-season prices, the shoulder seasons of May-June or Sept-Oct provide the best weather for outdoor activities. Winter campers can make the most of the local truffle harvest (Dec-Feb), but be aware that many campsites open only from April through October.

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