The campsite is open from April 1 to October 31, 2023

Discover the Périgord Noir

Discover the “Périgord Noir” in Dordogne…

Visits to Terrasson Lavilledieu

Greeters Terrasson

Want to visit the Vézère valley in an original way? Our volunteer GREETER guides and lovers of their territory will make you discover our territory as you would never have seen it!

Discover “greeters” !

Jardins de l'Imaginairephoto credits : Jardins Imaginaire

The Jardins de l’Imaginaire

The Jardins de l’Imaginaire, a unique site in France and Europe, invites you to one of the most beautiful trips in Périgord Noir, nested in the very heart of the ancient town of Terrasson-Lavilledieu, overlooking the Vézère valley.

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La gabarre "le Vézère"
photo credits : Pixabay

The “Vézère” gabarre (traditional river boat)

Discover the history of the “gabarriers” and Terrasson along a river trip of about 40 minutes.

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Le Musée du Chocolat Bovetti
photo credits : Bovetti

The Bovetti Chocolate Museum

Mr Valter Bovetti, master chocolate maker, shares the secrets of chocolate making.

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The Cliff of Malpas

A majestic natural space extending over 300 m. The cliffside path offers incomparable overhanging views.


Saint Sour Church

The architectural complex was originally an abbey. After widespread degradation, several reconstruction projects were undertaken. Take your time and enjoy the rosettes and stained-glass windows, including those that recall Saint Sour’s legend.



Several cluzeaux (artificial caves or rock shelters) around the ancient city are open for visit (for free). Cluzeaux are full of mystery and charm: were they dug to protect the population during Viking invasions? … or maybe as a pantry?…


échoppes Terrasson
photo credits : GG map

Stalls and stores

Come and discover the 15 shops of our ancient city: ceramist, seamstress, jewellery, glass blower, local products, painters, period costumes photos, interior decorator, ceramic creations, sculptors, arts and crafts..

Place du conventionnel Bouquierphoto credits : GG map

The Square of Conventionnel Bouquier

Gabriel Bouquier was part of the Third State which voted for the death of Louis XVI. His house, listed as a Historic Monument with its Renaissance façade, sits at the foot of the abbey. The Square of Conventionnel Bouquier is the central place of the ancient city and home to various concerts and the Video Mapping in summer.

Marché traditionnel Périgord
photo credits : Pixabay

Traditional market

The traditional market is held every Thursday morning all-year-round around the Vézère’s basin. From December to March, goose and truffle markets are underway at the Vitrine de Périgord.

Local activities

Condat-sur-Vézèrephoto credits: Wikimedia Père Igor


Very nice village, 2 km from the campsite, where the Coly River flows into the Vèzere River. This is the starting point for many hiking trails.

Les Grottes de Lascaux
photo credits : Lascaux

The Caves of Lascaux

A complete and unpublished replica traces the discovery of the famous ornate cave.

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Gouffre de Padirac
photo credits : C.Gerigk

Padirac Chasm

The first cave in France and one of the most fascinating to explore in Europe.

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Les anes'rient
photo credits : anes-rient

The anes’rient

Come and discover Dordogne’s nature, in the heart of the Périgord Noir, perched on the back of a donkey or at its side!

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Parc du Thot
photo credits : Le Thot

Thot Park

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Parc le Regourdou
photo credits : Regourdou

Regourdou Park

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L’appel de la foret accrobranchephoto credits : L’appel de la Forêt

L’appel de la foret – tree climbing

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Château et jardin du Losse
photo credits : château Losse

Losse Castle and gardens

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Château de Hautefort
photo credits : T. Lambelin

Hautefort Castle

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Château des Milandes
photo credits : J. Riou

Milandes Castle

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Grottes de Tourtoirac
photo credits : T. Lambelin

Cave of Tourtoirac

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Rouffignacphoto credits : Wikimedia Pymouss

Cave of Rouffignac

The cave with 100 mammoths

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La Roque St Christophe
photo credits : T. Lambelin

The Roque St Christophe

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Maison forte Reignacphoto credits : GG map

Maison forte of Reignac

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Aquarium du Périgord
photo credits : Aquarium Périgord

Périgord Aquarium

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Univerlandphoto credits : Univerland


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Gouffre de Proumeyssac
photo credits : Proumeyssac

Proumeyssac Chasm

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Les jardins de Collette et son labyrinthe géantphoto credits : Jardins de Colette

Colette’s gardens and its giant maze

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Eyrignacaphoto credits : Eyrignac

Eyrignac Gardens

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Les jardins de Marqueyssacphoto credits : Marqueyssac

Marqueyssac Gardens

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Completely natural stay

  • Hiking, cycling, horseback riding, and extreme sports
    Numerous hiking and walking tours are possible. Tours available for all levels.
  • Bicycle tours : discover nearby tours.
  • Horseback riding : many trails and routes nearby.
    Contact the EQUI LIBERTE association for horse riding.
  • Zipline, tree climbing, paintball, via ferrata to the “Foret des écureuils“.
  • Would you like to see nature from above ? With Rêve parapente : flights are made on the Dordogne area because winds in the Vézère valley tend to be too weak. Departures available from Souillac or Martel.
  • Longing for that adrenaline rush ? How about a parachute jump ? Check out CHUTE LIBRE.

photo credits : T. Lambelin


To go further…

Click on the tourist offices and guides to explore more sites and activities :

OT Vézère

OT Lascaux

Guide du Périgord