An exceptional site in the Dordogne-Périgord to experience camping differently!
Camping in Dordogne : visit the region
Want to go camping in the Dordogne, but the choice of the destination is still uncertain? Divided into 4 large territories that are the purple perigord (vineyards), the green perigord (forest), the white perigord (limestone cliffs) and the black perigord (dark oak forest), the Perigord is thus associated with colors to highlight its different geographical facets. Moreover, the Dordogne is characterized by its extraordinarily rich territory with its castles, caves, chasms, bastides and medieval cities, classified villages, abbeys and cloisters, fortified churches, its gastronomy, its vineyards, its valleys and ponds ideal for swimming, etc. However, with so many possibilities, it can be a real headache to choose your campsite in Dordogne. To remedy this, Le Moulin de Surier, a campsite in the Périgord Pourpre and close to the Périgord Noir, offers you the opportunity to discover the different facets of the region.
Aquarium Périgord Noir
Beaumont du Périgord
Bridoire, the Castle of the Games
Canoes of the Vézère
Medieval city of Issigeac
Mill of Rouzique
Discover the Purple Perigord
Located in the southernmost part of the Dordogne, the territory of the Purple Perigord is home to cities such as Bergerac as well as villages classified as the most beautiful villages in France. During your stay at the campsite in the Périgord Pourpre, you can count on the multitude of places to see near the Moulin de Surier.
To see and to do in the Purple Perigord near Bergerac:
- The castle of Monbazillac
- The castle of Saint Michel de Montaigne
- The castle of Biron
- The classified village of Limeuil
- the classified village of Monpazier
- The English Bastide of Beaumont du périgord
Visit Bergerac and its surroundings on the banks of the Dordogne
In only 30 minutes from your rental (in a chalet, a mobile home, a villa, in unusual accommodation or in treehouse in the Perigord), go to the discovery of Bergerac! The memory of the barges that used to trade between the Massif Central and Bordeaux, a delicious Renaissance town center and … the ghost of Cyrano de Bergerac!
Speaking of vines… Here, we enjoy a rich palette of wines of 5 colors, 13 AOC, and 12,000 hectares. Among them, we find Monbazillac, Pécharmant, Saussignac, full-bodied reds, fruity rosés, sweet whites… Each tasting has its own set of flavors and aromas, presented by passionate winemakers. Also, let yourself be tempted by a walk in their vineyards, a meeting in the intimacy of their cellars and sometimes a little snack around a good bottle!
Explore the Bastide Country and medieval cities during your camping stay in the Dordogne
You have chosen the Dordogne-Périgord region for your next vacation at the Village Vacances Le Moulin de Surier? Land of prehistory and history. Land of emotions! A certain art of living is in the air here. You will see…
Did you know that the Dordogne basin was classified in 2012 as a world biosphere reserve by UNESCO?
A campsite in the Dordogne with a lake in the heart of the Bastide Country and the Medieval Cities
A few steps from your camping village in the Périgord, discover the Bastide of Beaumont-du-Perigord with its fortified church and its covered market. This English Bastide was built in the 13th century. A little further, you can discover the Abbey of Saint Avit Sénieur, classified as a world heritage site byUNESCO.
A few kilometers from our campsite in Dordogne, the Abbey of Cadouin and its extraordinary cloister founded in the 11th century by Cistercian monks await you. The Caves of Maxange, caves with remarkable concretions and unique in the world. The medieval village of Limeuil at the confluence of the Dordogne and Vézère rivers with its old port of barges and its panoramic garden. Also to be discovered, the cingles of Trémolat and on the way back the medieval and high perched village of Belvès.
Discover the markets and the Perigord cuisine
They are waiting for you to discover the local products: foie gras, confits, magrets, rillettes, sausages, cheeses, nuts, strawberries and local wines (Bergerac, Pécharmant, Monbazillac…). During the summer season, night markets and medieval festivals take place in many villages.
During your stay at the campsite, don’t hesitate to visit the markets of Sarlat-la-Canéda, a beautiful town in the southwest of France. It is, in fact, today the richest city in terms of historical monuments and listed buildings.
This is what you will discover here during your next camping trip in Dordogne. And you will come back because you will not have seen everything! See you soon in our campsite in the spirit of the Dordogne vacation village, Le Moulin de Surier !