Unusual cottages and accommodation
Our campsite in Dordogne also offers gîtes and unusual accommodation. Our gîtes are designed for 1 to 6 people, and allow you to spend a pleasant moment with family or between friends. They are equipped with several bedrooms, a living room, a wood stove and many others.
We also have a large tent for 5 people, made up of two bedrooms, a dining room area, a kitchen area and a terrace view of the countryside.
Activities around the campsite
There are many activities available to you during your stay at the camping in Dordogne. Sportspeople, walkers and curious people will be delighted to discover the region. Go down the Dordogne by canoe, take the greenways for a bike excursion, or take a traditional boat trip, in a gabare. Do not hesitate to ask at the reception of your campsite in Dordogne, for any question or information at about activities to do in the region.
What to do in Dordogne?
The Dordogne is a department very rich in nature and heritage. Take advantage of your stay at Camping les 2 Vallées to discover the villages and medieval towns which make the region charming, and to take the hiking trails in nature. Take the time to soak up the atmosphere and the generosity of the landscapes by booking a stopover at the campsite in the Dordogne.
Visit the town of Sarlat
Discover the medieval city with 66 listed monuments: Sainte-Sacerdos Cathedral, Sainte-Marie Church, Château de Puymartin, ramparts, and many others. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, Sarlat is lively with its market, where regional products and artisanal creations mix. All year round, experience the city's entertainment, such as the theater games festival, the truffle and walnut celebrations , etc., while staying at the campsite in Dordogne.
Castles to discover
The villages of Beynac-Cazenac, Castelnaud and Milandes, all three near your campsite in Dordogne, each have a castle that is worth the detour. These testimonies of medieval history allow you to discover Provence from another angle, when you visit the picturesque villages that it shelters.
The caves of Lascaux
The Lascaux cave was discovered in 1940 in the commune of Montignac-Lascaux. The entrance was quickly closed to too many visitors, which disrupted the ecosystem of the place. reproductions have been created over the years: Lascaux II, III, and IV, to allow the visit of these prehistoric remains, while preserving the original cave. Discover the Salle des Taureaux, the Diverticule des Félins, and the other wonders of Lascaux, 30 km of your campsite in Dordogne.