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Destination : Proissans

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Go camping in the Dordogne with Homair for a calm holiday filled with nature and culture. A few minutes from Sarlat, you’ll stay at a luxury campsite set into the bucolic village of Proissans. Built around a charming little market, Proissans is a calm and peaceful town ideal for a relaxing camping holiday, in the heart of unspoilt field and forest.

At Proissans, you can enjoy a pleasant walk through the heart of the village, with its stone houses, and visit the castle of La Roussie, which dates from the 15th and 16th centuries. Only 6km away, just a few minutes by car, you can visit Sarlat, the capital of Périgord Noir, which retains all of its original charm and remains one of the most beautiful Medieval towns in Europe. The majestic beauty of the cathedral contrasts with the more intimate atmosphere and hidden secrets of the winding paths and vaulted passages.

Fans of architecture won’t want to miss the hanging gardens of the Château de Marqueyssac, a listed historical monument covered in lush greenery. Visits to the castles of Beynac and Castelnaud, rivals in Medieval times, will take you back to the age of chivalry. Each tourist site will reveal wonderful secrets, if you are willing to venture into the mysterious and beguiling setting of Périgord-Noir. For the cultural holiday par excellence, don’t leave the Dordogne without visiting the faithful reconstruction of the Lascaux Cave, one of the most important painted caves from the Palaeolithic period.

Book your place now on our campsite at Proissans for an unforgettable holiday where you’ll have the luxury of trying the delicious specialities of the Périgord!

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