- We booked this holiday five days before and I can honestly say it has been one of the best. We managed to book a Safari Tent which we have wanted to do for a while (at a bargain price) .
The parc was very small and friendly with only 7 other Eurocamp Safari Tents on it, although the parc does have 4 of its own. The rest of the parc is made up of camper vans and tents. The facilities were really clean and the lady who cleaned the showers/toilets was there from 7am until 7pm it seemed and was always very friendly.
The Safari Tent was amazing with everything (apart from the kitchen sink) you could want. Real beds, real fridge, proper table and chairs etc and the space is amazing. Loved it. We overlooked the Dordogne which was great to watch people canoeing along.
mick (the rep) was fab...there if you needed him ...or not if you didn't. He would pop along and make sure everything was ok and was full of suggestions and ideas if we asked.
The setting of the Parc is amazing....Dordogne and a Chateaux (which we used to climb to at night when it was cooler). Great having a bolangerie and shop opposite for your essentials and morning croissants!
The hightlight has to be Le Tour de France coming right be the campsite whilst we were there, you couldn't help but be caught up in the pizazz of the occasion. Fantastic.
Would definitely visit again, just a shame it is such a drive!
Note: we stopped at Le Mans on the way home and the city is amazing. Medieval streets and cosmopolitan streets kept completely separate. The town puts on La Nuit des Chimeres (light show) around the old town projected onto the Cathedral and other buildings. Amazing to see everyone following the crowd to the next building, well worth a visit.
Published on: 20 July 2017