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Camping Lascaux Vacances Montignac – Lascaux, Dordogne

Wide open spaces, rolling valleys and Dordogne's most popular sites less than 15 miles away

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Within a 20km radius of Lascaux Vacances Yelloh! Village, come and visit the Vézère valley, listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, and immerse yourself in prehistoric times. We promise you an unforgettable holiday exploring utterly beautiful sites.

Camping Lascaux Vacances

24290 St-Amand-de-Coly
FRANCE
+33 (0)5 53 50 81 57
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GPS Coordinates
Latitude: N 45° 3' 18''
Longitude: E 1° 14' 32''
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Location
Sarlat, 22 km
Brive - Vallée de la Dordogne airport, 35 km
Sarlat railway station, 24 km
A 17,000 year journey back in time awaits you at Lascaux! Come and see the exact replicas of the Lascaux Caves. You won't be disappointed!
Discover the magnificent landscapes and the unique cultural and gastronomic heritage when you come on your camping holiday in the Périgord, Dordogne.
Visiting Lascaux means travelling back in time and getting to know prehistoric man!
At the foot of a superb, ochre-coloured cliff, drenched in sunshine, the walls of its houses are reflected in the Dordogne River. In the Périgord Noir, the village of La Roque-Gageac is just waiting to be discovered!
Périgueux, in the Dordogne, is a place you really shouldn't miss if you're holidaying in the region. Come and discover the biggest tourist destination of the Périgord Blanc!
You’ll think you’re taking part in a film here, like one of the musketeers of old! In the heart of a tree-filled area, your camping holiday in Sarlat will take you on a journey to a fantastic world.
This year, come and discover a region with a rich history during your camping holiday in Saint Amand de Coly.

The Roque Saint Christophe

Not far from there, between Montignac and Les Eyzies, one of the most beautiful landscapes of the Périgord appears before you: the enormous Roque Saint Christophe cliff and its natural caves, which have been occupied by man since prehistoric times (55,000 years ago).

 

 

La Roque Saint-Christophe
24620 Peyzac-le-Moustier

www.roque-st-christophe.com

Breathtakingly beautiful chateaux and villages

The road to Sarlat is lined with many chateaux: with the organisation of the county of Périgord, Beynac became one of the Périgord's four baronies, and was conquered by Richard the Lionheart. Castelnaud (where "Les Visiteurs" ("The Visitors") was filmed), and Les Milandes (former home of Josephine Baker)... 

Sample the Périgord gastronomy!

Here, gourmands and gourmets are in heaven! Goose and duck foie gras, confits, ceps, truffles, cabécou goat cheese, walnuts, strawberries... the famous Périgord gastronomy will delight your tastebuds as you follow our selection of good restaurants... where you'll be able to discover recipes combining tradition and innovation. Indeed, there are a good many opportunities to meet the local producers, who will be more than willing to help you enjoy the gastronomic delights of the local produce.

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