Les Deux Vallées – 3* Camping in Dordogne
Les Deux Vallées 3* campsite is nestled in the Dordogne Valley in Vézac just a few minutes from Sarlat. Its exceptional location with panoramic views of the Beynac Castle and only a 15 min walk to the river Dordogne.
For the 2019 season, Caroline and Derrick welcome you from March 28 to October 01. We can’t wait to welcome you to our friendly establishment. We offer different types of accommodation and pitch packages to suit you. Enjoy our many services, in particular the heated infinity pool, restaurant or play area. Book online to get our best tariffs.
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The campsite has 110 pitches/rentals. From a simple pitch to a fully equipped mobile home.
Enjoy our 22m long heated pool and relax in the sunshine or take a swim.
Enjoy all our services, including the restaurant/bar, mini market and entertainment for the whole family.
Mobile home, chalets lodge and safari tent rentals for your holidays
In our camping, we have 110 pitches where you can set up your own accomodation. Some already have a tent (Safari or furnished), a Mobile home or comfortable lodge that you can hire for your holiday. Our pitches are bordered by thick hedges and have views over the countryside and the Beynac Castle.
Our campsite is home to a restaurant, bar, mini market, impeccably clean toilets/washing facilities and a laundry room with washing machines and tumble dryers. You can have fun in the pool area which has a heated infinity pool or relax on the terrace while the children enjoy the paddling pool or the play area (see campsite map). WIFI is accessible throughout the campsite.
Dordogne Ecolabel campsite
We work to help protect the environment. We hold Ecolabel certification. As we are located in the Dordogne river basin, which is one of UNESCO’s World Network of Biosphere Reserves, we are committed to protecting biodiversity by increasing the prestige of local culture, participating in the economic and social development of our region. Join us in this magnificent project.
An amazing location in Black Périgord
Les Deux Vallées is located on the outskirts of the Vézac (24220) villages, near the border of the Dordogne and a few kilometres from the Vézère valley. Although we are located in the middle of the countryside on a 3.8hectare site, the A20 and A89 are only forty minutes by car, Bergerac is around an hour away. The train stations of Sarlat la Canéda and Saint-Cyprien are less than 10km away.
Several of the towns in the vicinity are among the most beautiful in France. Like Beynac (500m from the campsite), La Roque Gageac (3 km), Castelnaud-la-Chapelle (4 km), Domme (7 km) or Sarlat (8 km), the splenid capital of Black Périgord, and of course not forgetting our own town of Vézac with its gardens of Marqueyssac classed as “France’s most notable gardens”.
These delicious, picturesque towns are home to impressive buildings. If you take a walk along the typical labyrinth of narrow Périgord streets, you can admire churches, chapels, wash houses, lofts and huts called bories. From our campsite you can see the cliffs where the fort of Beynac stands. This imposing medieval village whose foundations date back to the 12th century as is listed as a historic monument. You’ll also appreciate the chateux at Castelnaud, Fayrac, Marqueyssac, Milandes or the stronghold houses at Reignac. Don’t miss out on a trip to Eyzies (15km away), the worldwide prehistoric capital, or the trogloditic sites of La Roc Saint-Christophe or the incredible prehistoric Lascaux 4 cave (25km away).
Activities & Gastronomy
The valleys of Périgord are great for outdoor activities like hiking, horse-riding or cycling, treetop adventures, climbing, paragliding, microlighting, canoeing, swimming, potholing and more.
The richness of the surrounding nature makes its way to our plates! Périgord gastronomy is one of the most tasty in the world. The ducks, geese, pigs, cows, mushrooms, truffles, chestnuts, nuts, strawberries and grapes are used to create renowned jams, enchauds, cheeses and wines.