• Up, up and away - the best way to see the region is by balloon!
  • Perfect base for canoeing and boat trips
  • Explore the old stone Périgord village of Beynac-et-Cazenac
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  • Parc size:
    Small - 132 Pitches

  • Opening Dates:
    12/05/2018 - 22/09/2018
    18/05/2019 - 21/09/2019

  • Nearest Airport:
    Brive (BVE) - 57km

  • Recommended Port:
    St Malo - 623km

  • Direct Access to River:
    Dordogne - Direct Access

  • Nearest Town:
    La Roque Gageac - 6km

  • Relaxed

A castle above and fine cuisine close by

Choose Camping Le Capeyrou and you'll stumble across one of the Dordogne's best kept secrets.

This small, intimate parc is set on the banks of the Dordogne River, beneath a majestic cliff-top castle made of limestone (don’t miss the guided tour!). On parc, there are only 100 tent pitches, because of its designation by the French government as a protégée (protected) area. It's luxurious camping only at this parc, as you'll stay in one of our safari tents and it won’t be long until you've settled in, thanks to the parc's friendly owners. While there’s no restaurant or shop on site, you definitely won't go hungry - take a trip to a restaurant at neighbouring Auberge (50 metres away) that serves tasty local produce, and there is also a supermarket across the road.

  • Near a Town (6km)

  • Canoeing

  • Fishing

  • Table Tennis

  • Badminton

  • Car Recommended

  • Volleyball

  • Small Parc


Safari Tent Sleeps 6

Safari Tent Sleeps 6

  • Wooden decking  
  • Sleeps 6 (Max 4 Adults)
  • 2 spacious bedrooms
  • Equipped kitchen area, complete with fridge
  • Wooden dining set
Safari Tent Sleeps 6 ›

Pitch Information

Pitches: > 100m2

All pitches are medium to large in size, are flat, have a grass surface and most have no shade. Our tent accommodation is grouped in small clusters around the campsite, and parking is permitted on all pitches.

Vehicles Information:

  • Cars can be parked on the pitch
  • Motorbikes are allowed on pitch


  • Dogs are allowed on parc
  • Dogs are not allowed in our accommodation


  • Charcoal BBQs are allowed
Pitch Types Open Dates
Safari Tents Safari Tents

12/05/2018 - 22/09/2018

18/05/2019 - 21/09/2019


The opening dates of pool complexes are correct at the time of collection at the beginning of the season, but are subject to change. It is possible that the campsite may close outdoor pools in poor weather and/or in low season.

Pool Complex

Open dates

12 May 2018
22 Sep 2018


Type Location Heated Size / Depth Features
Rectangular Outdoor
  • Size: 220 m²
  • Depth: 1.1 m - 1.8 m
Children's Pool Outdoor
  • Size: 90 m²
  • Depth: 0.1 m - 0.6 m

Extra information

  • Sunloungers available
  • Sun Terrace available


  • T-shirts not allowed
  • Inflatables not allowed
  • Parental Supervision is required at all times

Facilities and Amenities

The opening dates of facilities are correct at the time of collection at the beginning of the season, but are subject to change. It is possible that some facilities may be closed in low season, please ask our reservation team at the time of booking, if there is a facility which is key to your holiday.


  • WiFi Free - may only be available in certain parts of the parc

  • Internet access available (charges may apply)

  • Credit cards accepted: Debit Cards, Eurocard, Maestro, Mastercard, Visa

  • A safe is available to use No charges apply

  • Languages spoken: German, English, Spanish, French, Dutch

  • Other Services: Other Services: Tourist information, tokens available for the dryers and washing machines


  • Minimarket: Open: 12/05/2018 - 22/09/2018


  • Number of bars: 1

  • Opening dates: 12/05/2018 - 22/09/2018 (bars may only open for part of this period)


Restaurant - Auberge Lembert

  • Location: Located just 50 metres from the campsite. Please note the Auberge is closed on Saturdays.

  • Opening Dates:

    12/05/2018 - 22/09/2018


  • TV room

Laundry and Sanitation

  • Toilets

  • Children's toilets

  • Hot showers

  • Baby changing facilities

  • Baby baths

  • Dishwashing sinks

  • Laundry sinks

  • Washing cubicles

  • Washing Machines

  • Dryers

  • Irons available

Sports and Activities

Whilst our range of parcs are ideal for relaxing holidays, they also offer you plenty to do when you feel like being a little more active.

The following activities are available on parc (all season unless indicated otherwise):

Sports Information

Table Tennis

  • 2 Table Tennis tables


  • 1 Badminton court


  • 1 Volleyball net


  • 1 Boules pitch
Activities Information


  • Fish available: Carp, Tench, Perch and Pike
  • Permit is required


  • 2 Playground areas
  • One suitable for children 3-6 yrs and the other for children 6-10 yrs
Sports Information


  • 2 canoeing routes, one 10km long and the other 22km long. Option to stop on the way for picnics etc...

The activities detailed are available all season, unless indicated otherwise. This information is subject to change, and it is possible that some activities may have a charge and/or may remain closed in low season. Please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key to your holiday.

Important Information


  • Only Charcoal BBQs allowed

  • Bed linen and towels can be hired. Please order your linen no later than one week before departure.


  • A car can be parked on a pitch

  • Motorbikes are allowed on the parc and the pitch


  • Dogs are not allowed in our accommodation on this parc

  • Dogs are allowed on parc


  • There is a barrier in operation

  • Barrier closing time: 22:00 hrs


  • This parc is suitable for customers in wheelchairs. Wheelchair-adapted accommodation is only available on selected parcs, please check before booking.

  • The following areas of the parc are wheelchair friendly:

    • Bar

    • Sanitation blocks

    • Reception

    • Pool area

  • There are disabled toilets on site


Camping Le Capeyrou reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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Overall Holiday
Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 35 reviews
Reviews and scores from the last 12 months.
10 out of 10


Just got back from 9 nights at Camping Le Capeyrou and we had a fantastic time. It was our first trip abroad with our sons 5 and 8 and we really wanted it to be a memorable holiday. I am so glad we picked this campsite (and the Dordoyne area in general). The only problem is I’m now afraid to go anywhere else in case it doesn’t live up to the high standard set here!

The safari tent was fantastic. We had a fantastic view of Beynac Chateau from our tent. We did have a few thunder storms when we were here and it was great to have the room to spread out in the tent without getting under each other’s feet while keeping dry. As others have mentioned, the showers/toilets were spotless, the two pools were great (and not very busy late May/early June). The temperature was mid 20’s for the whole time we were here with some days creeping up to the high 20’s.

The Vival/Casino shop opposite the park is great and is much better stocked than other on-campsite shops we have encountered so don’t let the fact the site doesn’t have it’s own shop put you off. The bar is really nice as well and will even sell you bottles of wine to take back to your tent.There is also a brilliant butchers and bakers opposite the park as well which is perfect for morning crossiants and baguette. The pizza van visited the site on Friday night and did great pizzas.

I would also say the park has a really good mix of different nationalities on site which was great. Some English, French, Dutch and German campers, with lots staying in their own campervans or caravans.

We managed to visit lots of places whilst we were there and only managed a small portion of what there is to see and do in the area. Fantastic castles that were great for the kids (Beynac, Castenaud), beautiful gardens (jardins de marqueyssac), Boat trips on the Dordoyne, picturesque medieval towns and villages (Domme, Roque-Gageac, Sarlat), amazing cave systems (Padirac), the list just goes on.

Thank you for a great holiday. It really is a brilliant site and area to visit.
Confirmed guest: 04 June 2018
Published on: 08 June 2018
8 out of 10


Lovely site, lots to see in the area. Toilets and showers spotless. Safari tent great and very well equipped. Holiday scuppered only by the variable weather. We will definitely Eurocamp again.
Confirmed guest: 02 June 2018
Published on: 09 June 2018
10 out of 10


The most beautiful campsite I have ever been to!
Confirmed guest: 02 June 2018
Published on: 07 June 2018
6 out of 10


We loved the parc and the area is beautiful however the weather was pretty bad during our 10 day stay at the end of May/beginning of June.
Confirmed guest: 02 June 2018
Published on: 06 June 2018
10 out of 10


Lovely campsite and wonderful position. We had the most beautiful view of the chateau and would love to return. The shops opposite the campsite were brilliant and the walk to Beynac sublime. Will certainly return.
Confirmed guest: 19 September 2017
Published on: 21 October 2017
7 out of 10

Confirmed holidaymaker

Great camp site, amazing veiw. Beautiful village. Helpful staff. Mick was very friendly and great to have met. Shame about the weather, it was very English.
Confirmed guest: 17 September 2017
Published on: 28 October 2017
7 out of 10


My review is a bit subjective as we had to spend more time indoors in the tent, as the weather for Sept was pretty bad and all we heard was rain and other campers. Also our courier mentioned that next year our tent was to be repositioned to face the castle, which is spectacular, so definitely a good idea for next year. In spite of bad weather though,we had a great time, as the camp itself is in a wonderful location, lovely, clean, stylish, high grade swimming pool and trendy bar that serves hot drinks all day, also within a few metres of an outstandingly good provisions shop and fine patisserie, near to Beynac village where there is a tourist office no shortage of restaurants also a short drive to large supermarket that meets all basic needs. The surrounding 'places to see' - villages, castles, gardens, museums, aquariums etc - should fill every day of a holiday both for families and couples, and the bustling town of Sarlat is well worth a visit.
Confirmed guest: 17 September 2017
Published on: 27 September 2017

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