After your day trips out and your afternoons of playing with your children in the pool, you may want some peace and quiet? Visit our campsite near Saint-Cyprien in Dordogne for new discoveries!
Head for Saint-Cyprien near our campsite in Dordogne
Only 10 minutes drive from your campsite, Saint-Cyprien is a pretty village in the Périgord Noir. An ideal destination to relax on the banks of the Dordogne river, admiring the sun’s reflection in the water or watching the clouds roll by.
We know our region well – so we can suggest that you take advantage of the calm of Saint-Cyprien to go for a picnic at the foot of its iron bridge, the Pont du Garrit. You can even go for a stroll across this superb structure and discover the Berbiguières region.
During your picnic in Saint-Cyprien, your children will have plenty of time to play on the banks of the Dordogne river; build a raft or observe the birds and insects, without disturbing them, of course!
A remarkable religious heritage
Saint-Cyprien is a discreet village, which comes alive on Sundays for its market. It is also home to some historical monuments that are worth a visit! The church of Saint-Cyprien is very surprising: it is topped by a dungeon bell tower, classified as a historical monument since 1923. Take advantage of the Heritage Days to visit this superb religious building and discover the rich collections of statues and furniture inside.
The old presbytery dating from the 16th century is also a listed building. It is located near the church of Saint-Cyprien. Finally, for those who love pure water, go in search of the natural spring of Saint-Cyprien. A clue as to where it is… This spring flows from a wall covered with ivy…
In our opinion, we think that the Sunday market at Saint-Cyprien is the most beautiful in this area.