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Enjoy our campsite in Périgord Noir, at the foot of a feudal castle

Our campsite Le Capeyrou is located at the foot of one of the most famous medieval buildings of the Périgord Noir: the Château de Beynac. This charming village, Beynac-et-Cazenac, overlooks the famous Dordogne river.

During your stay at the campsite, you can enjoy the beautiful night-time illuminations of the castle from your pitch. Nestled in this typical Périgord Noir village, our campsite is ideally situated to please the whole family: a heated swimming pool in the middle of the pitches, the shops of Beynac-et-Cazenac within walking distance and a breathtaking view of the Dordogne…

At Le Capeyrou, we do our utmost to make your family holiday a dream come true!

Catering

Our campsite bar serves drinks and ice creams.

Our campsite on the banks of the Dordogne is very close to Beynac-et-Cazenac. You can walk to the local restaurants as well as to the snack bars and all the shops in the village.

Activities

We offer a variety of activities to make your holiday unforgettable on the banks of the Dordogne: sports ground, table tennis, petanque, playground, large green areas…

Services

You can walk to all the shops in the village: mini-supermarket, bakery, local products, restaurants, etc.

Discover our charming village of Beynac-et-Cazenac which has succeeded in combining its local food culture and tourism.

Relax in the middle of nature by staying at our campsite in Périgord Noir

Located between Roque-Gageac and Sarlat-la-Canéda, our family campsite is an ideal place to spend a relaxing and authentic holiday in the heart of the Périgord Noir. Enjoy our heated swimming pool and its superb view of the village of Beynac and its castle.

From our campsite Le Capeyrou, you can discover this magnificent region: by boat, by bike, by canoe and even by hot air balloon… From our campsite in Périgord Noir, go on foot to discover three of the most famous castles in France: the castles of Beynac, Marqueyssac (famous for its beautiful gardens), and Castelnaud, with its museum of the 100 Years War.