The Castles of Castelnaud and Beynac
For lovers of medieval times, the Château de Castelnaud is a must. Visit the museum dedicated to the castle and learn more about the region, the ways of life, the war at that time and about this superb building. The plus of the Château de Castelnaud: the trebuchets! At the top of the village, perched above the Dordogne, the Château de Beynac welcomes you. After a visit to this charming Périgord village, visit this authentic fortified castle. Discover 5 centuries of French history with a 12th century dungeon, Richard the Lionheart, Eleanor of Aquitaine, a Renaissance staircase and many others. Here the films Visitors, Joan of Arc etc. were shot. Black Périgord is a land of filming for cloak and dagger films like several versions of d'Artagnan or even recently The Last Duel in 2021.Flexible Link
The caves of Lascaux
The architecture of the International Center is an integral part of the visitor experience: the semi-underground building, built at the foot of the Lascaux hill, fits perfectly into the local landscape. Its gigantic glass facade welcomes the public and invites them to let themselves be guided in a universe resolutely turned towards technological prowess.
By its shape first of all: no wall is straight, a tangle of rooms with atypical shapes draws the public into the heart of this building
8,000 m2. A fault crossing it full length suggests a notch in the hill or a prehistoric stratum reminiscent of the passage of time...
The different spaces invite visitors throughout their journey to live an immersive and personalized experience.
Get ready to live the Lascaux experience! The mediators will accompany you from the reception of the site to the cave reproduced in its entirety. You will then be able to discover with them the Atelier de Lascaux in which you will come back to certain striking details of the parietal paintings and in particular of the famous Scene of the Well where you can admire the only human reproduction of the Sistine Chapel of Prehistory!Lascaux
Ready for time travel? The Parc du Bournat gives you an appointment in 1900! Fun fair, old carousels, centenary Ferris Wheel, demonstrations of old trades and forgotten gestures, farm animals, traditional restaurants, horse-drawn carriage or boat rides... it smells good of life before in this green village on 8 hectares. And the 2nd visit is free!See the video
The village of Domme
Among the "Most Beautiful Villages of France", Domme has nothing to envy to the others. Overlooking the Dordogne, on the side of a cliff, Domme will charm you with the Porte des Tours, a rich history closely linked to that of the Templars and the blond stone houses. Don't miss the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions.
The Gardens of Marqueyssac/ Eyrignac
Above the Dordogne, surrounding a charming slate-covered castle, discover the Jardins de Marqueyssac. Stroll between the 150,000 hundred-year-old box trees, pruned by hand. Between belvederes, rockeries and dry stone huts, you will be charmed by this superb address in the Périgord Noir. Also included in the entrance ticket to the garden, enjoy the sporty Via Ferrata for young and old campers!. Also Les jardins d'Eyrignac, a great address for lovers of French gardens with its plant sculptures, the play of perspectives and the mastery of nature showcase the arabesques of boxwood. These 2 gardens are about ten kilometers from the Les Acacias de Sarlat campsite.Link title
The Dordogne is renowned for being home to many picturesque villages, full of history and charm. We invite you to go through the village of La Roque-Gageac with its 14th century church, but also through La Roque Saint-Christophe with its prehistoric sites. End with a visit to Rocamadour, a splendid village clinging to the cliff.
The Dordogne Valley is renowned for its many troglodyte sites. Among the best known in the region, discover these few addresses: the Maison Forte de Reignac, Le Conquil, the Abbaye de Brantôme, the Fort du Roc de Tayac, the village of Madeleine, the troglodyte shelters of Bézenac, etc.  ;Link title
Many restaurants, vineyards and markets will be found in the vicinity of our establishment. This is an opportunity for you to taste regional culinary specialties such as black truffles, foie gras, confits, Périgord walnuts, chestnuts, porcini mushrooms, Bergerac wines and Monbazillac wines.Link title
Activities in Périgord
The Périgord Noir is crossed by five rivers where you can practice swimming and many water activities such as canoeing. The major rivers of the department are the Dordogne, the Vézère, the Isle, the Dronne and the Auvézère. Green, wooded and wild landscapes will be there. A cycle path passes near our campsite, less than a kilometer away. Explore this superb marked route!Video the bike path