Close to the medieval village of Pujols and the Bastide of Villeneuve sur Lot, this purpose built campsite was opened in 2012 and offers 93 level touring pitches. A central area has 62 grassy pitches separated by young hedges and equipped with electricity (16A, mostly Europlug, long leads may be required), water tap and drainage; a further 21 pitches, currently with little shade, are dedicated to motorhomes. There are 26 mobile homes and chalets plus four Canada tents for hire. The region is rich in historical sites and the valley of the River Lot provides a wealth of opportunities for exploration, adventure and exercise.
Known as le Grand Villeneuvois, the area lies between Bordeaux and Toulouse and is less than an hour’s drive from the major tourist attractions of the Dordogne, Lot and Quercy. The Bastides of Monflanquin, Villeréal, and Monpazier and the castles of Biron, Gavaudun and Bonaguil are all within easy reach. Walkers and cyclists can take advantage of numerous marked paths and tracks in the area. The fortified hilltop village of Pujols, classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France, is a short but strenuous walk from the site.