Opening Dates this year: 20/07/2020 to 02/10/2020 Opening Dates next year: 28/05/2021 to 02/10/2021
Covering an area of 16 hectares, Le Moulin de David campsite nestles in forested valley far from the main thoroughfare that runs through the region. A stream snakes its way through the site bringing a soothing freshness on hot summer days. Le Moulin de David is a tranquil site in a lovely natural setting. This family orientated campsite has been here for over 30 years. Since 2011 it has been run by Pierre, Sylvie and Vincent Proton who left Paris in that year to buy and run this exceptional facility. Guests have a choice of 160 places to set up home for the holidays: over 90 pitches for tents or caravans and a selection of 67 mobile homes, canvas roofed bungalows and lodges with or without toilet facilities. Our biggest wish is to provide a place for guests to stay which is surrounded by natures glory and which is worlds away from the noise and pollution of normal life. Here at Le Moulin de David we keep things green - no pesticides or herbicides used here. Our cleaning products are also carefully selected from eco-friendly product ranges. In 2015 we shall be opening a grocery store on site and our restaurant will serve vegetables grown in our own vegetable garden, working with nature using permaculture principles. We are truly fortunate to run such a naturally beautiful site so we are conscious of our responsibility to take good care of it. Label Camping Qualite, plus de 600 points de controles qualitifsAs members of the QUALITY CAMPING Association, Le Moulin de David is committed to complying with the 600 or so recommended practices required by membership and guarantees to provide guests with the 5 pledges outlined in the charter a warm et friendly welcome, a spotlessly clean site, accurate and true information, a private and well maintained pitch, a setting that is valued and respected.
It will be impossible to stay in one campsite Mill David to discover all the wonders this part of the Dordogne, Perigord called Purple in recalling the color of grape leaves in the fall (the vines are very present in the Bergerac).
If we were a "tasting plate" I propose to explore the bastide Monpazier so close to the mill site of David, to visit a castle or two, attend a few miles of hiking trails, to linger in a prehistoric and to recover from all this to meet a winemaker at one of the 13 AOC Bergerac.
But tell yourself that if you did not see anything you'd like to see during your stay we are always glad to welcome you in the comfort of the campsite at the Moulin de David for a future stay.
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