Alan Rogers Review
Camping du Pont de Vicq is located on the Dordogne, on the edge of the Périgord Noir. It is situated between the towns of Périgueux (50 km), Bergerac (35 km) and Sarlat (35 km) and is well located for visiting the area’s many castles, caves, chasms and prehistoric sites. Set in 5.5 hectares, there are 130 pitches of which 100 are for touring units with 6A electricity, the remainder used for mobile homes to rent (one specially adapted for disabled visitors). The pitches are level and separated by hedges and trees, so there is a choice of shade. Electricity is 6A. The river is one of the main attractions and there is a 680 m. grassy bank alongside the campsite which is sectioned off from the river.
Swimming is popular and canoes can be hired alongside the site. This site had new owners in 2008 and improvements are being made. It is family run and you will receive a warm and friendly welcome. There is a wide range of activities for all ages in high season – including riding, canoeing, archery classes, volleyball and boules tournaments. Evening entertainment includes dances, karaoke and themed evenings. The nearby market village of Limeuil is listed as being one of the most beautiful in France. The village lies at the confluence of the Dordogne and the Vézère. It is a gem – don’t miss the 12th-century Saint Martin chapel on the road to Le Bugue.