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The department dordogneWelcome to the Dordogne, one of the jewels of France, where history, nature, and gastronomy come together to offer a unique experience to visitors of all ages
. If you're looking to spend an unforgettable vacation in this region, here are the five places not to be missed, all located within 30 minutes of the Capfun campsites: Camping Hauts de Ratebout
in Ste Foy De Belves, Camping Moulinal
in Biron, and Camping Palombière
The Gardens of Marqueyssac
, located just 10 minutes from Camping Hauts de Ratebout
, are an exceptional site that offers stunning views of the Dordogne valley. These romantic-style gardens with their winding paths, trimmed cypress trees, and boxwood sculptures are perfect for a leisurely stroll and a romantic break.
The Château de Biron
is a must-see historic monument in the region, located just 5 minutes from Camping Moulinal
. This 12th-century medieval fortress is notable for its octagonal tower and wall frescoes. Visitors can explore the many rooms and admire the spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.
The Lascaux Caves
are a major prehistoric site in the region. The famous cave paintings date back more than 17,000 years and depict animals such as bison, horses, and deer. Visitors can explore the caves and learn more about the fascinating history of the region just 30 minutes from Camping Palombière
The Château de Beynac
, located just a few minutes from Camping Hauts de Ratebout
, is one of the most impressive castles in the region. This 13th-century medieval fortress has been the site of many historic battles and is now open to visitors who can explore its many rooms and appreciate the spectacular views of the Dordogne valley.
is a charming village perched on a cliff by the Dordogne. With its golden stone houses, narrow streets, and lush gardens, this village is a true gem of the region, just 20 minutes from Camping Moulinal
. Visitors can stroll along the river and admire the picturesque landscapes.
Finally, the Dordogne is also known for its culinary specialties
. You cannot leave the region without tasting the famous locally-produced duck or goose foie gras. Black truffles from the Périgord are also a delicacy, as are ceps, wild mushrooms that grow in the surrounding forests. The region's particularly tasty walnuts are used to produce walnut oil and walnut cakes. Finally, Bergerac wine, a locally-produced red wine, is the perfect choice to accompany your meals.
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