“The Dordogne is full of easy adventure opportunities, with prehistoric caves built into the mountains, hilltop châteaux admired from a canoe, or family bike rides along deserted lanes with a baguette and block of pâté in the rucksack. It's a rustic region of France but it's got a real charm about it, so it's a brilliant place to spend your holiday."
Wonderful, ever changing landscapes makes the Dordogne a relaxing and tranquil spot to get away from it all. With picturesque villages, glorious countryside, an abundance of wildlife it’s perfect for walking, cycling and of course canoeing down the river.
Immersed in history, this beautiful region has an unforgettable charm. Beautifully preserved, Dordogne was one of the original 83 départements created during the French Revolution. Nowadays, Dordogne is the supplier of much of France's finest produce, including Bergerac wines, crèpes, mushrooms, rare truffles, and foie gras. The mighty Dordogne river bisects the region and offers all the attractions you’d expect from one of Europe’s most dramatic waterways.
"Very nice and quiet placement, the surroundings are astonishing, very good value for money." Mircea
Le Val d'UsselRougemont , Dordogne
Kids and adults will love Le Val d'Ussel, which features a sporty programme packed full of fun and entertainment near the natural Périgord countryside. This is a very family-friendly holiday park which is the perfect base fr heading out to explore the local region, or to relax on-site by the pool.Learn more about this Holiday Park ›