Only a few kilometres from the campsite, discover the picturesque village of La Roque Gageac.
Staying at our La Roque Gageac campsite is an opportunity to discover a little more about the history of the Périgord!
Take a stroll through the village near La Roque Gageac campsite
Its brown tiles, its typical roofs, its landscapes, leaving you speechless… in the village of La Roque Gageac, a walk is an invitation to dream.
During your stay at La Roque Gageac campsite, go to the 14th century church and take the time to observe its typical bell tower and its Périgord lauze roof. Then continue your walk to the Manoir de Tarde, which dominates the village. With its two main gabled buildings, this former residence of the bishops of Sarlat will appeal to architecture lovers.
Finally, you can’t go to La Roque Gageac without tasting local products. So go to the local producers’ market in the village every Friday morning from May to September.
Unusual visit near La Roque Gageac campsite
If you also like unusual visits, you will find some beautiful places to discover during your stay at our campsite.
Nestled between the cliff and the river, the village enjoys a particularly mild climate. The latter favoured the development of an exotic garden. Established by Mr Gérard Dorin who took advantage of the natural solarium of the cliff to plant a luxurious Mediterranean vegetation.
During your walk, you will find palm trees, banana trees, bougainvilleas, orange trees, pomegranate trees, lemon trees and other oleanders. A garden where life is good! This one is free to visit.
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