A beautiful estate in the Dordogne, with its stately eighteenth-century buildings, lush gardens and brooks, and large lake. RCN le Moulin de la Pique combines ancient allure with all the modern amenities. It has no less than four swimming
pools and three water slides!
Camping spots with plenty of room, well-equipped mobile homes in beautiful locations, and a number of holiday cottages built in the style of the Perigord. Have fun fishing or just bobbing on the lake with your boat. Anybody can relax in this easygoing atmosphere.
Tennis, volleyball, football, jeu de boules, mini golf, table tennis, excavating fossils, fishing, canoeing, swimming, mountain biking, playing
golf, hiking…. Theres just too much to mention; and lets not forget the recreational team that organises a wide range of activities all day long!
Make the most of your vacation in this region with its incredibly rich history.
2 kilometers from RCN Le Moulin de La Pique lies the 11th century fortified town of Belves, situated on a hill above the Nauze River.
10 minutes from there is a magnificent river the Dordogne. Along the river to the East in the direction of the medieval city of Sarlat, you may marvel at castles with prestigious names such as Beynac, Les Milandes, Castelnaud, Fenelon and several others. Towards the West, are the vineyards of Bergerac and Bordeaux.
Towards the North are world famous prehistoric sites near Les Eyzies, the caves of Lascaux and other prehistoric sites to visit.
To the South English bastides Monpazier, Villefranche-du-Perigord which also merit a visit.
GPS Coordinates : 44,76192/1,01457
• From the north via Limoges:
Travelling south on the A20-E9, take the exit for Souillac. When you take this exit, you enter the village of Souillac. In Souillac, follow the signs to Sarlat. From there, you will drive to Beynac, St. Cyprien, and Siorac. At the roundabout in Siorac, follow the sign to Belves. Go another couple of kilometres on this road until you come to another roundabout where you will also continue straight onward (at this point, be sure not to take the road leading upward to Belves) until you see a sign on your left for the camping facility.)