Le Moulin de David

Monpazier-Gaugeac, Dordogne

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Between Sarlat and Bergerac, in a land of fortified villages in the southern Dordogne, Le Moulin de David nestles in a wooded valley in the midst of the countryside. Its calm, its environment and its 4-star comfort guarantee you successful holidays, full of discoveries, encounters and friendship.

What makes it special?

Lots of flowers and trees on the site.
Swimming pools, little lake with waterslide.
Plenty of places to relax
and sports facilities. A variety of
pastimes for young and adult, evening

Disabled access, Family park, Pets allowed, Electric hook-ups, Laundry, Sanitary block(s), Shop, Take away food, Wireless internet, Bar, Restaurant

bike, BBQ and fridge rental

Chalets (for rent), Motorhome pitches, Tent pitches, Touring pitches

Nearby attractions:
Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Horse riding holidays, Swimming (Outdoor), Tennis, Organised Entertainment, Internet Access, TV Room

Welcome to the land of the good life. Near the Atlantic, in the midst of the world-famous Bordeaux vines or in the calm, welcoming countryside of the Dordogne, everything is right for rich, restful holidays. From west to east, visit magnificent sites, and castles set in sublime landscapes. Get to know all that makes France the rich land that it is: places, people and food.

The Dordogne is a region of wooded hillsides and deep valleys where life is sweet. Man has lived happily here since time immemorial in prehistoric caves, feudal castles, abbeys, medieval
villages or bastides, many of which remain for us to see today.
'Bastides' : You absolutely must visit these 'medieval new towns'.
Monpazier, classified as a 'Great National Site' is one of the best. Le Moulin de David is only 4 km from Monpazier and from the monumental
Biron castle. Nearby Cadouin Abbey and a hundred other adorable villages are just a bike ride away along quiet lanes.
A visit you simply must not miss is to the Grotte de Lascaux cave, along with Come and visit the Bergerac,
Monbazillac and Pécharmant vineyard, situated only 40 km
from the campsite.
Many other world famous prehistoric sites in the Vezere valley.
Sarlat and the Dordogne valley with its castles and its villages clinging to the cliffs (Beynac, Castelnaud, Domme, …) are well worth a visit, as are Bergerac and its renowned Wine Route.

Le Moulin de David

Dordogne, Aquitaine
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