The campsite is located in Saint-Julien-de-Lampon, in Black Périgord on the left bank of the River Dordogne, 15 km from Sarlat, an attractive, lively and dynamic town with a population of 625. It is part of the department of Dordogne. Built in the 14th century, the church with its fortified bell tower is a listed historic monument. Rare frescoes from the 16th century adorn the vaults of the choir and chapels. From the beach at the water's edge, you will also be able to look at the beautiful stone bridge. It was completed in 1895 in order to connect the left bank to the right bank. Previously, the river had to be crossed by ferry.
Village surrounded by Dordogne's most beautiful tourist attractions. Set off to explore our listed sites, see some of France's most beautiful villages, and enjoy the gastronomy of the Périgord area... Périgord in Nouvelle Aquitaine is one of France's most popular tourist regions. When you've seen it, you'll know why!