Pomport Beach

Route De La Gardonnette, Pomport

Explore this park:

Pomport beach is a small parc in the heart of the Dordogne's vineyard country and is ideal for peaceful holidays in the countryside.

Set within 12 hectares of land close to the famous Château and vineyard of Monbazillac, the parc offers direct access to a lake beach and its own lake, where you can enjoy fishing, swimming and hire pedalos. On site you'll find a bar and takeaway, with the nearest supermarket 1 km away in Sigoulès. Whilst you're out and about exploring, don't miss historic Bergerac. Tour the narrow streets before stopping at a beautiful flower-filled square for the ultimate French dining experience!

  • Directions


    Pomport Beach Campsite Pomport Beach Monbazillac, Route de la Gardonnette, 24240, Pomport - Sigoules

    GPS Co-ordinates 44.771459 0.411677

    Nearest Airport

    Bergerac - 17km

    Recommended Port

    Bilbao - 425km

  • Charges

    Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night
    Facilities Passes FREE
    Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break Apr 3, 17, May 29, Jul 3, 10, Oct 23; £6 per person per break Apr 6, 10, 13, May 22, 25, Jul 17, Aug 28, Oct 26
    PAY ONLY £15.00 Jun 12, 15, 19

  • Attractions

    Château de Monbazillac

    This 16th century château is a local landmark and is famous for the quality of its wines. Take a tour of the château with its grand rooms and enormous wine cellars, then enjoy a sample of the excellent wine. Tours of the vineyard are also available in July and August.


    The historic old town with its half timbered buildings, lovely flower filled squares and narrow streets is the perfect place for a leisurely afternoon. Do visit the Maison de Vins de Bergerac located in the heart of the old town in a beautiful old cloister, where you can learn all about the history of the Bergerac wines.

    St Emilion

    Surrounded by vineyards, this wonderful little town is filled with historic monuments including the imposing Kings Tower and hidden underground, a unique monolithic church. But it is the wine that this town is famous for! The vineyard of Saint-Emilion was the first vineyard ever to be listed as a world heritage site and there are plenty of opportunities to visit the local vineyards and enjoy a wine tasting.


    Bordeaux is a large city with plenty of attractions - there is plenty to do, whatever the weather. Don't miss the main monuments such as the Pey-Berland Tower and Saint-André cathedral. Take in the Opera House or one of the many museums and galleries, or just enjoy a spot of shopping.

    Gouffre de Proumeyssac

    Visit the incredible 'cathedral of crystal'. The caves at Proumeyssac mainly form one huge cavern and contain some amazing stalactites and stalagmites. A musical show illuminates the cavern and formations and visitors can descend to the floor in a 'basket'. Guided visits take about 45 minutes.

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