You will be guaranteed a friendly welcome from the the campsite staff who are justifiably proud of their well kept and attractive site, built in the grounds surrounding an old mill. The facilities have been continually updated and improved over the years. Most of the 176 shady pitches all have 10A electricity (102 offer full services) and are separated by hedges and shrubs. Many pitches are next to a small river that runs through the site and joins the River Ceou along the far edge. A tent field slopes gently down to the river which is quite shallow and used for swimming. This site with its superb pool complex will appeal in particular to families with younger children.
There are also 45 mobile homes and 6 tent lodges for rental on the site. The swimming pool complex is excellent with heated water, toboggans, wave machine and slides. The really good restaurant uses local produce and offers a varied menu with well prepared, reasonably priced food. Daglan is a very pretty, well restored village that is becoming something of a tourist centre for this quieter area of the Dordogne. It is very close to Domme and La Roque-Gageac and is in an ideal location for visiting Sarlat and the southern attractions of the region.