Campers love the location of the Via Natura le Rêve campsite, at the crossroads of the Dordogne Valley, the regional park of the Causses du Quercy and the green Bouriane. They emphasise the beauty of the campsite, which is laid out as an island of large pitches in a wooded park with beautiful open spaces (woods, meadows) and hiking trails. They also appreciate the cleanliness of the site and the quality of the numerous services (restaurant, bar, terrace, vegetable garden, playgrounds, fitness trail, self-service nature activities, library, heated swimming pool and paddling pool) as well as the advice given to help them discover the beautiful Lot and Dordogne regions.
The pitches are organised in small islands of 3 to 6 pitches, separated by hedges, shrubs, trees or wooden fences. Part of the site is located in the undergrowth, on the edge of the woods where children can build huts, identify animal tracks or observe birds. One part is on the edge of the meadow with a clear view of the plain and the countryside where deer and hares can be seen passing by. The choice can also be made according to the amount of sunshine, from very shady to very sunny with always the possibility of enjoying very large common areas where it is possible to set up one’s deckchair, either in the sun or in the shade.
Rental of an electric ZOE with free loading on site
Heated paddling pool for the little ones. Fitness trail. Introductory disc golf course. Geocaching
Family gardening weekend: exchange around permaculture in the organic vegetable garden.
Weekend Dordognathon: proposal of a weekend discovery of the Dordogne valley with the partners of the campsite, electric bike rental, river guide and hiking.
Wine and terroir weekend: discover the wines of the Lot valley by visiting organic vineyards and meeting small producers.
Hiking stays: organisation of unaccompanied hiking stays, duration at your choice.
Family games on and next to the campsite to keep the children occupied: mystery photos, treasure hunts, animated walks, creative workshops, group games to be coordinated between campers, etc.
Rocamadour: 20km, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a major stopover on the road to Santiago de Compostela.
Sarlat-la-Canéda, 20km, the best-preserved medieval city in Europe
Abyss of Padirac, 26km, the most famous abyss in Europe with its 103m depth.
Most beautiful villages in France: 13 around the campsite! In the Dordogne valley, on the Dordogne side, 18-25km, Domme, La Roque-Gageac, Castelnaud-la-Chapelle and Beynac-et-Cazennac. Around the Dordogne valley, Lot side, 28-31km, you have Carennac, Loubressac and Autoire. To the south and east of the department, 39-55km, you have Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, Capdenac and Cardaillac. Up the Corrèze, 32-36km, you can go to Collonges-la-rouge, Curemonte and Turenne.
Caves : Ornamented cave of Cougnac (5km), Grotte de Lacave (12km), Ornamented cave of Pech-merle (34km), Lascaux (38km), and many other caves and chasms.
Castles: very well preserved middle-age castles (Castelnaud, Beynac), Milandes (Joséphine Baker, 26km), Lantis (15km), Montfort (17km), Panonie (17km), Saignes (30km) …
Gardens : d’Eyrignac (21km), de Marqueyssac (23km), water garden in Carsac-Aillac (11km)
Water mill in Cougnaguet (10km), Moulin des Fumades in Payrignac (walnut oil, 8km)
Causses du Quercy Regional Park: Geopark listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site (5km)
Animal parks and reserves: Salviac (13km), Gramat (23km), Eagle Rock (14km), Monkey Forest (16km)