Alan Rogers Review
Situated alongside a tributary of the Dordogne River and within easy walking distance of the town of Saint-Céré, this municipal site is now under privatised management, an increasingly popular system in France. It is neatly and attractively arranged with 120 large, flat pitches, most of which have 10A electrical connections. The pitches are divided by small shrubs and most have some shade from the avenues of mature trees which extend down the sides and middle of the site. A further separate area of the site is used mainly for rallies, etc. with its own elderly sanitary block. Some pitches are reserved for cyclists and walkers.
Three sanitary blocks are fully equipped including washbasins in private cabins and facilities for disabled visitors. Washing machine. Motorcaravan services. Cold drinks, ices and gas at reception. Bread can be ordered. Snack bar and takeaway. Boules pitch. Fishing. WiFi (charged).
- Fishing on Site
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Outdoor Pool Nearby
- Takeaway Food
- Wifi (all site)
- Wifi Chargeable
Site is on the eastern edge of the village of St Céré, near the junction with the D48 to Lacapelle-Merival. From St Céré town centre site is well signed (it is the only campsite in the vicinity).