Le Peyrelevade-Brantôme, a countryside campsite in the town In the Dordogne-Périgord
Opening of the campsite: May 1st to September 30th 2020
Just a short walk away from the centre of Brantôme, our 4-star family campsite offers mobile homes or tents for rental, as well as large pitches (from 110 to 200m2) in the shade of a wooded park crossed by the river Dronne.
We are located 900 metres from the centre of Brantôme en Périgord, via a secure path. You will fall under the charm of this village with its medieval architecture and which is encircled by water – giving it its nickname of ‘Venice of the Périgord’.
We provide you with a peaceful setting close to the surrounding nature – the ideal base for travelling around this magnificent area on the edge of the Regional Nature Reserve, to discover the Dordogne (hiking trails), the gastronomy of the Périgord (foie gras, truffles, walnut tarts) and history (the medieval castles of Bourdeilles and Hautefort, the Lascaux and Villars caves, etc.). Young children are not forgotten either; our campsite – with its water park (paddling pool and splash pad), sandy beach and activities – is the ideal place for them.
“Welcome to our little corner of paradise. We are here to help you make beautiful memories. Enjoy!”
Your hosts, Nathalie and David
A campsite in the Dordogne-Périgord, perfect for children and parents
Considered one of the prettiest campsites in the Dordogne, we offer family holidays for children and parents, surrounded by nature and flanked by the river – there will be something for everyone. You can enjoy a water park, a white sandy beach, a kids club or simply the shade provided by our trees – the perfect place to do nothing.
Go and explore the Dordogne and the Périgord Vert
Camping in the Dordogne is an opportunity to explore and travel through time: prehistoric caves, medieval castles, the most beautiful villages in France…you will find all of this around Le Peyrelevade-Brantôme. Not forgetting the gastronomy of south-west France, with its foie gras, walnut tarts, confits and wine: we enjoy life in the Dordogne.