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The Périgord, an authentic playground for lovers of the countryside
One of the most peaceful settings, where everything is possible. Amongst the river and forests, enjoy yourselves with countryside activities to delight all the family! A single watchword: fun!
Combining leisure activities and relaxation is no easy task…However at Slow Village Périgord we offer you countryside activities that are well thought out, without imposing an overloaded activities schedule on you. Within our 3-star Périgord campsite, you can easily have fun in the swimming pool, challenge your neighbours in a game of pétanque on the boules court, have a few football matches with your children, and even fish in the Céou.
To your little ones’ greatest delight, a Slow Club accessible from aged 3, offers them games and play activities, always connected with the countryside. At Slow Village, creative leisure activities aim to raise awareness of environmental issues, the countryside, wellness and even peaceful co-existence.
For those wishing to make the most of the multitude of cultural and sports activities offered in the surrounding area, feel free to request valuable advice at reception on the Slow Village Périgord campsite. Our receptionists will be delighted to help you plan your trips in the Dordogne.
There are numerous must-see attractions in the Périgord Noir (the Black Périgord). If you’re keen on palaeontology, do not miss the famous Lascaux cave in Montignac, not forgetting the Museum of Prehistory in Les Eyzies. Should you wish to be amazed, take a detour via the loveliest villages in France (with the “Les Plus Beaux Villages de France” designation), such as La Roque Gageac or Beynac. Stroll in the peaceful alleyways, overlooking breathtaking panoramas. Get carried away by this rich area and go off to explore the hiking trails, on foot, on horseback or…in a canoe. Numerous river trips are organized in the Dordogne. On these, you will make the most of unique views.
Splash(!) in the swimming pool
Swimming in the river
Children’s play area
Area for playing boules (pétanque/palets – disc throwing game/molkky – pins and throwing skittle)
Slow Club (children’s club) from aged 3
Trip in a gabarre (traditional flat-bottomed boat)
Hot air balloon
The vestiges of the past
Castles by the thousand, caves by the dozen
Dubbed the region of 1001 castles, the Périgord Noir is the perfect destination for chivalrous adventures as a family. Set out to conquer one of the 42 fortified castles open to the public. To make the visit more attractive, numerous educational tours are organised throughout the entire year. At the Bridoire castle, you can try on medieval armour, and even test your accuracy skills on one of the wooden games in the gardens.
During your stay on our Dordogne campsite, stop at one of the most visited tourist attractions in France. Famous for its cave paintings, the Lascaux cave is one of the most significant prehistoric decorated caves of the Palaeolithic era. If this visit alone is not enough, numerous potholing activities take place in the region. With a guide, go to the heart of one of these underground cavities, looking for hidden gems.
Instead, would you prefer cycling,
walking or canoeing?
Okay you lot, let’s go!
Newly created, the Voie Verte greenway traffic-free route in the Céou valley, allows you link Castelnaud la Chapelle and its famous medieval castle to the village of Bouzic. This route of around 20 kilometres, which starts near the Slow Village Périgord campsite, can equally be covered on foot or by bicycle. Laid out on former traffic routes, such as towpaths, this greenway path is set aside for cyclists and pedestrians and completely safe. Along the way, several pools and waterfalls lend themselves perfectly to swimming, so don’t delay in having a quick dip!
During your stay in St Cybranet, go by water to the foot of the loveliest castles in the Dordogne valley. These timeless canoeing trips offer you majestic views! Choose from one of the 5 possible navigable routes, ranging from 9 to 25 kilometres. Even adapted for the very young, these descents will certainly delight all the family!