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By: Russell | February 25, 2018

We visited Le Moulin du Roch in 2011. That's 'Angelique' with her awning out! Its a lovely, well maintained campsite in a central location close to Sarlat, Le Bugue and Les Eyzies-de-Tayac and its cave features. The site is memorable for us in that it is where we made friends with Bob and Karen from Yorkshire (that's them opposite us) who arrived with a broken jockey wheel thanks to an incident with a ferry!

The campsite is very family-friendly and offers the full range of accommodation you would expect from camping pitches to mobile homes. It is well served with its own restaurant and snack bar. With its very large pool and a full summer entertainment programme and your holiday is complete!


When we stayed there we visited the hilltop village of Rocamadour which is just across the Department Border in Lot-et-Garonne. This is a must for anyone visiting the area but be prepared for a bit of a climb to get up there or you can take the tourist transport that will chug its way up to the qaint village streets clinging to the cliff-face!

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