Les Grottes de Roffy campsite occupies a wonderful rural location deep in the heart of the Dordogne countryside a short distance from the medieval town of Sarlat.
Although the campsite is fairly small, what it lacks in pitches it makes up in charm with many of the facilities such as the reception and restaurant being located in traditional converted sand coloured stone barns.
Why we recommend booking Les Grottes de Roffy:
- Small and friendly campsite.
- Good quality pool complex.
- Beautiful countryside to explore.
- Near to the medieval town Sarlat.
- Great on-site restaurant.
Les Grottes de Roffy is a friendly campsite which offers a great range of facilities and activities. The swimming pool complex boasts 4 swimming pools and a jacuzzi whilst other on site activities include a variety of sports such as football, tennis and basketball and there are even two playgrounds for younger children to enjoy.
One of the great things about Les Grottes de Roffy is the campsite’s location. Surrounded by some truly wonderful countryside, visitors are given the opportunity to get out and explore all that’s best about the Dordogne. Go for a walk, jump on your bike, go for a drive or even take an excursion down the river in a canoe the choice is yours.
Fun and enjoyment doesn’t stop when the day comes to an end. The campsite has family and children’s disco’s during high season and those evenings when you don’t have the energy to cook, why not utilise the snack bar, take away and restaurant, you’ll find a great variety of meals available for all tastes.
Distance to the campsite:
- Zeebrugge: 840km
- Caen Ouistreham: 633km
- Calais: 824km
- Dieppe: 674km
- Le Havre: 679km
- Oostende: 842km
- St Malo: 593km
- Roscoff: 761km
- Santander: 581km
- Bilbao: 487km
Days out and Sightseeing
Whilst staying at Les Grottes de Roffy why not find out what the local area has to offer. Exploring nearby towns and places of interest is a great way of making the most of your holiday in France.
Some of the best nearby places to visit include Sarlat, Beynac et Cazenac, Indian Forest and Les Jardins de Marqueyssac.
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