Alan Rogers Review
A welcoming Dutch-owned naturist site, Terme d’Astor is hidden amongst trees some two kilometres from Bouillac and is very private.
On a plateau in wooded hills, there are 100 pitches, 90 used for touring and ten attractive wooden chalets. Most pitches have good shade, while some are open and unshaded. Electricity (6A Europlug) is available for most pitches, although long leads are sometimes required.
Access to the site is via a two kilometre, very narrow, hilly road and the gravel roads around the site are also very narrow with tight turns and overhanging trees. This may cause some difficulties for larger units, although big delivery lorries get through!
The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly and English is spoken. This site would be a good introduction if you are new to naturism. The surrounding woodlands are full of wildlife - deer, boar and plenty of birds. The chalets vary in design and all are attractive and spacious. A small Romany-style caravan is available to campers on the day of their departure, allowing them to make the most of their stay. There are numerous troglodyte caves in the area, Lascaux being famous for its well preserved cave paintings. Canoe trips for all the family can be arranged by the site and transport is provided.