St Avit Loisirs
St Avit Loisirs is considered to be one of the Dordogne’s premier campsites and it’s not hard to understand why.
Located deep in the beautiful, wooded Dordogne countryside, St Avit Loisirs is a top award winning campsite that offers an outstanding range of activities and facilities and boasts a spectacular pool complex to boot.
Why we recommend booking St Avit Loisirs:
- Beautiful woodland setting.
- Superb swimming pool complex.
- Great range of on-site activities.
- Good on-site facilities and eateries.
- Plenty of places to visit nearby.
The pool complex boasts six swimming pools including an indoor pool, 2 children’s pools, a variety of water slides, a lazy river, jacuzzi and to top it off a water jet park which is perfect for children with a variety of different colourful jets and games.
Other on site facilities include a stunning restaurant offering a range of local dishes, a take away, pizzeria and snack bar enabling you to fully relax and enjoy your holiday should you not want to cook. Those wanting to kick back and relax when the children are splashing around in the pool can sit in the bar terrace which overlooks the swimming pool and taste some of the local wines or beers.
This wonderful site really is the perfect choice for those looking for a great family campsite in France. A stunning location, great facilities, superb activities, a wonderful pool complex and lots of activities nearby await visitors to this brilliant campsite.
Distance to St Avit Loisirs:
- Zeebrugge: 823km
- Caen Ouistreham: 594km
- Calais: 808km
- Dieppe: 658km
- Le Havre: 645km
- Oostende: 843km
- St Malo: 580km
- Roscoff: 697km
- Santander: 541km
- Bilbao: 444km
Things to see and do near St Avit Loisirs
Whilst staying at St Avit Loisirs 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.
Beynac et Cazenac
Beynac et Cazenac lies 31km to the southeast of St Avit Loisirs campsite. This wonderful village is a must visit for anyone who loves taking photographs.
This wonderfully medieval village lies nestled below the cliffs along the river Dordogne. Classified as “Les plus beaux villages de France” one of the most beautiful villages of France, it’s not hard to see why so many people visit.
Overlooking the village, high of the cliff above is the Chateau de Beynac. The Chateau is one of the most spectacular medieval castles in the whole of the Dordogne region if not France itself. The Chateau was once occupied by Richard the Lion Heart, King of England. It offers visitors a wonderful chance to explore the regions history and the views are truly spectacular.
Gouffre de Proumeyssac
Gouffre de Proumeyssac is a magical cave system that lies 12 km to the southeast of the campsite.
The caves were discovered by Gabriel Galou in 1907 and show you the wonders of the underground world.
Within the cave system there are a variety of galleries one of which is known as the “Crystal Cathedral”. This is due to the enormous number of stalagmites, stalactites and monoliths which are there.
The tour starts with a light show and those who want to make a stunning entrance can take a ride down in a gondola. Be warned though as if you take the gondola you’ll be the ones everyone is looking at as you make your decent!
Aquarium du Perigord Noir
The Aquarium at Perigord Noir is a great place to visit if you have children. It is located approximately 9km to the southeast of St Avit Loisirs campsite, on the outskirts of Le Bugue. The aquarium is home to in excess of 6000 fish from a variety of different species. To celebrate the aquariums 25 year anniversary there is also an alligator and reptile zone where you can see a variety of different creatures. One of the great things about the aquarium are the pools where you can interact with the fish. These are especially great for those with children.
Prehisto Parc is an interesting place to visit where you can discover the prehistoric era through a variety of life sized scenes. Take a walk around the parc and find out how Neanderthal hunters went about their daily life and discover some of the animals they would have come across.
Prehisto Parc can be found 25km to the east of St Avit Loisirs and is great for those looking to find out a little more about prehistoric life. As well as a tour there are also a variety of workshops where visitors can get a better grasp of the customs and life during this unique period in time. Flint cutting demonstrations, fire making and also hunting demonstrations are all available during high season.
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