Welcome to Eric Doursat
Welcome to Dordogne where great food and a warm welcome await you.
A real home-from-home and great for recharging your batteries, this family-oriented campsite in Dordogne offers an unspoilt, natural holiday setting where you can enjoy the water park with its slides, water games and spa onsite or venture further afield to visit Périgord Noir by bike car or boat. A region full of history, it offers wide range of things to see and do including the medieval towns and châteaux of Sarlat, Beynac and Domme, all close by. And don’t forget to sample some of the famed local Périgord cuisine – truffles, duck or cèpe mushrooms washed down with a glass of Bergerac or Monbazillac wine.
The lovely landscaping on this wooded site
The water park
The picturesque villages, châteaux and prehistoric caves nearby
Heated covered pool
Wellness and relaxation activities
Wifi (€) across the campsite
Rental accommodation accessible to people with reduced mobility
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Restaurant and Snack bar
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Mister Flower Club
Explore the Dordogne valley by boat. Take a unique trip along the River Dordogne aboard a real 18C gabarre, one of the flat-bottomed boats traditionally used on the river, from the lovely village of La Roque Gageac to the bridge at Castelnaud (13C castle), and learn the history of the river and its châteaux as you go.
Gorodka – Explore the unique world of artist Pierre Shasmoukine, an outdoor exhibition of works made of neon lights and recycled materials set deep in the woods. A magical and truly original place best visited at dusk.
Sarlat – Just 9km from the campsite, this beautifully preserved medieval town offers a range of upmarket restaurants and a maze of narrow streets as lively by night as they are by day. The Dordogne valley – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – contains an exceptional range of heritage sites including the châteaux of Monfort, Castelnaud, Les Milandes and Beynac, the medieval “new towns” or bastides of Domme and Montpazier and the prehistoric caves and shelters at Les Eyzies, Lascaux II and Le Cap Blanc.
A trip to the gardens at the Manoir d'Eyrignac (14km round trip + visit). This lovely rural walk takes you along dirt tracks and tarmac roads through the green and gently undulating Périgord countryside. Sample some local duck and goose products with a 1km walk followed by a farm visit and tasting (2 hours).
The Dordogne valley from the campsite. Head towards Vitrac and admire the lovely view of the Cingle de Monfort meander, then the medieval town of Domme with its esplanade, views of the Dordogne valley and caves, and finally La Roque Gageac, a truly picturesque village perched on the top of the cliffs overlooking the River Dordogne, and on towards the Château de Castelnaud with its Museum of Medieval Warfare). (Here you can make a detour across the river to explore the Hanging Gardens of Marqueyssac. The route then takes you back to the village and château at Beynac.