After Paris follow the A10, direction Boreaux. As you pass Orleans, we advise you to keep the direction Tours and Poitiers. After Poitiers take the N10 to Angouleme. Near Angouleme you take Bordeaux until Perigueux is indicated. You will arriving to the D939 direction Perigueux. About 25 minutes after Angouleme you pass the turn towards the right to Mareuil and then take the third exit to the left in the direction of Nontron along the D708 (you will see ‘Corneuil indicated with a sign) You will than arrive at the very small village of St. Sulpice de Mareuil and 3 km after this you will see a sign to Camping Corneuil on your right hand.
Besides the splendid landscape the surrounding area offers many places of interest whether they be chateaux, castles, churches, traditional markets, museums and wonderful prehistoric caves.
This area of the Dordogne is still relatively undiscovered and despite all that it has to offer, is not as significantly affected by tourist crowds resulting in a lack of long queues or overcrowded tours
Corneuil, our 25 hectares (62 acres) rural estate, which includes the camp-site, is situated in the tranquil heart of the Dordogne, the Perigord Vert. The estate is open to our guests. The name ‘Corneuil originates from the name of the chateau on the opposite side of the road. It was known as Castle Corneuil until the 19th century.
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