Dordogne

Le Pontet

Saint Astier, Saint Astier


Enjoy the simple things at this leafy, riverside parc

Are you looking for a peaceful parc, offering an authentic French holiday experience whilst being perfectly placed for exploring the Dordogne area? Look no further, Camping Le Pontet has got you covered.

Situated just 500m from the pretty town of Saint Astier and on the doorstep of the River Isle and Dordogne region, this parc really is a great example of European holidaying. You'll find a paddling pool for the little ones beside a larger size pool for the grownups. However, if fresh water is more your thing then head to the riverside for paddling and fishing against a beautiful woodland backdrop alongside banks smattered with 16th Century chateaux.

If sightseeing further afield is on the agenda then why not drive into Bergerac to sample the vino or explore Périgueux (only 18km from parc), the region's capital and its museums. This parc is a mere 5 minutes away from the A89 (the main road between Brive-la-Gaillard and Bordeaux), so is brilliant for visiting the local area, although we do recommend a car if you want to venture further than Saint Astier. Please note, due to the town centre location some traffic noise can be heard across the parc.


  • Facilities

    Near a Town (0.5km)
    Cycle Hire
    Canoeing (0.5km)
    Fishing
    Dog Friendly
    Mini Golf
    Car Recommended
    Volleyball
    Small Parc

  • Directions

    Le Pontet Campsite 24110 Saint Astier GPS Co-ordinates 45.14755 0.533260 Public transport Local Railway Périgueux, 17km : Services to Saint Astier station is on the Bordeaux-Brive line.

  • Charges

    Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night
    Facilities Passes FREE
    PAY ONLY £9.50 Mar 29, Apr 1, May 3, 6, Oct 11, 14

  • Attractions

    Périgueux

    Situated on the banks of the Isle River this historic town has a rich history and contains many architectural treasures. Visit the excellent museums, then meander through the picturesque streets (don't miss the Rue Limogeanne - it's a real gem), before heading for the jewel in the crown - the 16th century Cathedral of Saint Front.



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