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Message posted by john+judy on 23/1/2014 at 11:01am
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Review comments suggest that access to Terme d'Astor is tight. We have a 7.2m caravan - does anyone have any knowledge of this site, and access to it? (I know ValA has been). We usually stay at Le Couderc when in Dordogne, but fancy a change this year.

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Access is ok until you meet another outfit coming 'tother way & local delivery van drivers don't slow down do they? The single track is far longer than Couderc entrance. Possible way of avoiding said situation is to arrive in late afternoon in the hope that those leaving that day have all left by then. Access to Laborde is similar. Couderc is best naturist site in the area by a fair way imho though.

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From the D26 the route to Terme d'Astor goes through a little 'hamlet' where there are houses on both sides of the road.  You can use Google Street View, though, to actually drive right up the lane to Terme d'Astor - surprisingly the Google Vans got so far off the beaten track.

Type 24480 bouillac, france into Google Maps and it will put you down at the bottom of the road, with Terme D'Astor flagged on the map. 

We've not been to Couderc (being very much part-time naturists) but we loved Terme d'Astor, and so did friends I recommended it to last year.  I think we had a combination of a good pitch, very good neighbours, very good weather, and so we loved the site.  I'd go back any day as long as the sun was shining. 

The site takes the ACSI card between 19/04 - 22/06 and from 23/08 - 28/09 - meaning a pitch for two adults, car and caravan, awning, and electricity will cost just 16 euros per night saving between 4.50 and 8.50 euros per night.



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