La Palombière Campsite

Sarlat, Dordogne

Site code: DR012

Days Out

  • Nearest Lake: 10km

  • Nearest River: Dordogne 7km

  • Nearest Town: Sarlat 6km

  • Nearby Towns:

    • Sarlat: 6km
    • Beynac: 11km
    • Domme: 11km
    • La Roque Gageac: 22km
    • Belvès: 33km
    • Rocamadour: 51km

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Days Out

Prehisto Parc

Prehisto Parc

If you prefer a more relaxing adventure then follow the educational trail at Prehistoparc to learn all about early man and life thousands of years ago.

Forest adventure

Indian Forest Perigord

Big or small, old or young, Indian Forest Perigord is a popular attraction with people of all ages. It is a forest adventure course sure to test your nerves but suitable for everyone because of the variety of courses. 

Sarlat market


Visiting the nearby town of Sarlat should one of the first stops when staying at La Palombière: it is a beautiful town sure to tempt you with its inviting bistros and shops which line the authentic medieval streets. It also has excellent markets where you can immerse yourself in the local culture.


L’Aquarium du Perigord Nord

If you want to leave it to the fish to make a splash then L’Aquarium du Perigord Nord is just the other side of Sarlat. It is a great family attraction with touch pools and divers swimming with the fish and for extra fun there are also reptiles and mini golf.



Quercyland in Souillac is perfect for water fun. There are curly whirly slides and chutes, as well as inflatables, cars and lots of other activities which are sure to be a hit with the children.

Chateau Milandes

Chateau de Milandes

A must-do on any French adventure is a trip to a local château. There are two châteaux not too far from the parc - Chateau Fénelon and Chateau de Milandes. Wander round at leisure and be transported to a bygone era. For a really memorable experience visit Chateau de Milandes at night and see the full beauty of the castle from a hot air balloon.

Roque Gageac

La Rouque-Gageac

The village of La Rouque-Gageac is stunningly beautiful. It is said to be one of the most photographed places in the whole of France, so don’t forget your camera!