Beynac-et-Cazenac: dizzying panoramas

The campsite in Beynac of the Romanée group – Le Capeyrou – enjoys an exceptional view of a 12th-century castle that is just as well.Set on a rocky spur that dominates the meanders of the river, the historic monument building is a privileged observatory on the surrounding area.Very well preserved, it has been the setting for several films (Les Visiteurs, Jeanne d’Arc).

Built at the top of a 150-metre high cliff, it offers stunning views of the surrounding nature and the village below.A true stone sentinel, this medieval fortress was a French stronghold during the Hundred Years’ War.

Its imposing presence sublime the medieval village.Made up of old paved and flowery streets, along which houses with lauze roofs are backed, this one offers another enchanting perspective on the valley thanks to its cliff-side position.This is why the ranking of Beynac-et-Cazenac among “The Most Beautiful Villages of France” is amply justified.

Camping by the Dordogne in Beynac-et-Cazenac

Choosing a campsite in Dordogne in Beynac-et-Cazenac gives you the opportunity to escape in an enchanting natural setting.Located on the banks of the sumptuous meanders of the river, Campsite Le Capeyrou vibrates at the peaceful pace of the water.From your accommodation, a multitude of activities are available to you.

For an immersion in the time of the Middle Ages, in addition to the visit of the castle, you can explore the alleys of the village and its small squares.Many craftsmen (antique dealers, potters) and 100% medieval souvenir shops bring the past to the surface.

For a magnificent view of Beynac-et-Cazenac, you can head to the village port.Operating until the 19th century, it now allows you to board traditional gabarres and go on an excursion on the river.What to enjoy a moment of relaxation enriched by the comments of a passionate guide who knows how to unveil the secrets of exceptional sites in the sector.

For those who want to discover the local environment at their own pace, many walking trails and cycling routes are marked.Canoe-kayak rides on the Dordogne are also offered as well as horse rides along the river.

Beynac-et-Cazenac: the campsite in the heart of the Périgord Noir

If Beynac-et-Cazenac is a magical place, there are many equally sumptuous sites nearby.The village, located in the heart of the Périgord Noir, is an ideal base for exploring the surroundings.

You can go to the suspended gardens of Marqueyssac and enjoy a magnificent view of the Dordogne valley.The castle of Castelnaud, transformed into a museum of war in the Middle Ages, offers life-size reconstructions of the siege machines of the time.As for the bastide of Domme (13th century), nestled on a steep promontory, it dominates a sublime landscape while the old fortified town of Sarlat-la-Canéda reveals an exceptional architectural heritage.

In the sector, you can also take advantage of it to taste the delights of Perigord gastronomy and stroll around the markets where the stalls make the most of the local producers.

Camping in Dordogne: the excellence of the Romanée group

So that you can keep memorable memories of your camping stay in Dordogne, the Romanée group has three human-sized campsites.Our priorities: your well-being and comfort.The campsite in Castelnaud , the campsite in Beynac or the campsite in Sainte-Nathalène are integrated into the local landscape and guarantee authenticity.Whatever place you hold for your stay in the Black Perigord, you will be filled by:

• Places, sometimes unusual, shaded as close as possible to nature
• Premium or Prestige mobile homes with a cosy setting
• A water park with heated swimming pool
• Fun spaces for young and old children
• A quality catering service

The Romanée group is also rewarded trust.With our new loyalty program, you can collect points with discounts for your next stay with us.

Book your accommodation today in our campsites in Dordogne according to your calendar.