Built on flat ground around a 17th-century mill, this friendly, family run site is proving to be very popular especially for visiting the prehistoric cave paintings in Lascaux and the picturesque town of Montignac. It is separated from the banks of the Vézère river by a quiet road. Located in the Pérgord Noir, it is a five minute walk into the town. There are 83 level pitches (66 for touring) which are marked and divided by mature hedges, all with electricity and most with some shade from mature trees. Pitches tend to be on the smaller size (80 sq.m) and not suitable for large outfits. There is a sizeable river bank for fishing. This is an ideal base from which to visit a fascinating and beautiful area.
On-site amenities including the swimming pool are located close to the mill which also houses the restaurant and snack bar selling reasonably priced, homemade food. The town is at the head of a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Vézère valley, which houses some of the planet’s most important prehistoric caves and grottoes, with the renowned Lascaux cave complex only minutes away.