The most beautiful villages of France

Our campsite is surrounded by some of the most beautiful villages in France.

Autoire and its waterfall



Autoire and its waterfall

(34 minutes / 28 kms)

In the hollow of a circus between Figeac and Gramat, you will discover the square pigeon houses and the brown tiles of Autoire.
Pass the castle of the English, the castle of Limargue, the castle of Busqueille to enjoy breathtaking views.
From the village, a small walk on a steep path that goes up the river, will lead you to the Autoire Waterfall 30 meters high.
Ideal hike for a family outing with children.

Carennac



Carennac

(32 minutes / 27 kms)

Located on a rocky terrace overlooking the river, this medieval village with houses dating from the Renaissance, with carved windows and brown roofs, is labeled Country of Art and History.
You can visit the Romanesque church, the Castle of the Deans and the Cluniac Priory.
Visits are organized during the summer.

Loubressac



Loubressac

(34 minutes / 28 kms)

Perched on a rocky prow overlooking the Dordogne Valley and facing Castelnau-Bretenoux Castle. In this medieval city, you will discover its exceptional panoramas and buildings (with ocher stones and raised roofs) of the Middle Ages.

Saint-Cirq-Lapopie



Saint-Cirq-Lapopie

(1h23 / 76 kms)

This small medieval village of Lot was elected Favorite Village by the French in 2012.
Perched on a cliff, it overlooks the meanders of the Lot Valley.
Discover the fortified church overlooking the village, the houses with brown tile roofs, the picturesque streets ...

Capdenac-le-Haut



Capdenac-le-Haut

(1h00 / 63 kms)

This medieval fortress stretches along a peninsula-shaped rock overlooking a lot meander more than 110 meters away.
Discover this citadel where each stone breathes the Middle Ages.

Domme



Domme

(1h00 / 46 kms)

In the heart of the Périgord Noir, this old medieval bastide is perched on a vertiginous cliff and dominates the Dordogne Valley.
Discover its buildings with golden stones and visit its cave.

Beynac and Cazenac



Beynac and Cazenac

(1h05 / 53 kms)

This village built on limestone cliffs, rests its imposing castle on houses with lauze roofs and blond facades.
A wonderful site of Périgord.

Collonges-la-rouge



Collonges-la-rouge

(38 minutes / 32 kms)

Nicknamed city of twenty-five towers , the incomparable red sandstone of its houses is the originality of this typical and historic village of Corrèze.
Located at the crossroads of Limousin, Quercy and Périgord Noir, you will discover the harmony of its architecture through its Castels, its houses with turrets and watch towers, its old hall and its lauze roofs.

Turenne



Turenne

(36 minutes / 31 kms)

Discover the rich heritage of this small village posted on a promontory, its church and its gilded altarpiece and the mansions of the 16th and 17th centuries.
Classified Historical Monument since 1940, the castle of Turenne offers you an exceptional view of the Monts d'Auvergne to the steps of the Midi Toulousain.

Curemonte



Curemonte

(35 minutes / 27 kms)

This small village of Corrèze extends on a line of crest which dominates the Valleys of Sourdoire and Maumont. In addition to its three castles with round and square towers and its Romanesque church of the 12th century, the village has kept a hall and some noble houses from the early 19th century.

Cardaillac



Cardaillac

(47 minutes / 49 kms)

A few kilometers from Figeac and the gateway to Ségala. This medieval village offers us a magical view of the surrounding countryside and its famous museum burst. Fort with its two square towers and its round tower are the peculiarity of this town.

La Roque-Gageac



La Roque-Gageac

(54 minutes / 44 kms)

Nestled between the cliff and the Dordogne, this fortified village with its troglodyte fort and the remains of its castle, aligns the ocher and white facades of its houses.
Boat trip possible to Castelnau castle.

Castelnaud-la-Chapelle



Castelnaud-la-Chapelle

(1h03 / 52 kms)

Known for its two castles, this village overlooks the confluence between the Dordogne and the Céou.
Discover typical houses, steep streets, dovecotes and viewpoints ...
Visit the Castle of Milandes and discover an exhibition entirely dedicated to the life of Josephine Baker.

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