Les Falaises


The village of Gluges near Martel offers a spectacular bathing spot beneath a rocky cliff. Run by owner Pierre Circal for the past 20 years, "Les Falaises" (the cliffs) offers numerous activities: canoeing, climbing, spelunking, camping (including camper rentals) and motocross.  


Website: www.camping-lesfalaises.com/

Contact: Tel 05 65 37 37 78;

E-mail: contact@camping-lesfalaises.com

CAMP SITES

Camping La Rivière


Camping La Rivière is located on the banks of the Dordogne River near Lacave. Amenities include a heated swimming pool, paddling pool, mini-golf, playground, bar-brasserie and picnic area. Canoes and kayaks are available to rent. The camp site also organizes evening daytime and nighttime festivities and excursions for both adolescents and adults.  ​

Website: www.campinglariviere.com
Contact: 05 65 37 02 04 or 05 65 41 47 22

Camping du Tolerme


Camping du Tolerme is locate in Sénaillac next to large 40-hectary fresh water lake with canoeing, waterslides and paddle boat. Amenities include a playground, barbecues, and a pétanque area. 


Website: www.camping-du-tolerme.com

Contact: 05 65 40 21 23; 06 72 22 87 22

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Camping


The French are a nation of campers, families taking every opportunity to visit other regions armed with campers and tents. The result is a sophisticated network of campsites with well-kept bathrooms, showers, sports facilities and swimming activities. Campers are available to rent in Cahors and most of the larger cities. Tents may be purchased at any E.Leclerc or any of the other "Hypermarchés." Like hotels in the region, it is best to book in advance during July and August. Prices vary according to the number of people in the party with a base fee of between EURO 10-20.​​

​​​Le Vieux Chêne


​Located in a valley near the village of Montvallent, "Le Vieux Chêne" (The Old Chestnut Tree) river spot on the banks of the Dordogne offers a host of amenities for those looking to get out of the summer heat: vehicle parking, picnic tables, fire pits and a tree swing.  The site takes its name from a massive chestnut taken, now fallen, that remains on the grounds.  Visitors may also avail themselves of the site's namesake restaurant that offers a large seating capacity, a swimming pool and musical events late into the night (Open April to October).  


Website: www.montvalent.fr
Contact: +33 5 65 37 40 15