4 star campsite near Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne
25 minutes by car to Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne from the campsite in Corrèze.
Our campsite in Corrèze is less than 25 minutes drive from Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne (25 km). The most beautiful road to get there is the D12 which runs along the Dordogne and passes through Bassignac-le-Bas. This village has a nice heritage with several interesting monuments such as the Saint-Pierre abbey church and the Penitents chapel.
Outdoor enthusiasts will be delighted to stay at this campground near Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne; the accommodations are both practical and comfortable! With plenty of natural light and space, you’ll feel right at home. We want your stay in Corrèze to be as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, so we have designed our accommodations with your comfort in mind.
If you are looking for a place to stay for your vacation, look no further than Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne. You will be able to enjoy the peace and quiet of nature while being close enough to all the amenities you need.
All the services you need for a comfortable stay are available in your rental, on your private terrace, as well as in the dining area and kitchen. During your vacation, you will be close to the Plateau de Millevache and the Lac de Miel from your mobile home in your campsite near Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne.
Activities near the campsite in Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne
Le Gibanel is only 25 minutes drive from Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, so you can enjoy your next vacation in Corrèze with friends or family!
Less than 30 kilometers from the castle of Gibanel, along the Dordogne River, lies the characterful town of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne. Strategically built on a meander of the river, Beaulieu developed around a powerful Benedictine abbey. The abbey church, remarkable for its Romanesque portal, still stands today. Its silhouette, drawn by a set of Romanesque capitals and a high 15th century tower, is emblematic of the city.
The medieval city of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne conceals an important cultural and architectural heritage to discover during your visit. Enjoy your stay in one of the rentals of our family campsite with aquatic area. You will have the choice between chalets, bungalows or camping pitches for your tent or camper. In addition to the abbey church and its tympanum, don’t miss the chapel of the Penitents, whose reflection in the Dordogne river brings so much charm to the town: built in the 12th century, it was the parish church of the villagers in the early Middle Ages. Remarkable for its bell tower-wall, it houses temporary exhibitions in season. While strolling through the narrow streets of the old town, you will also have the opportunity to discover the Maison de la Renaissance: classified as a Historic Monument, the building’s façade features extraordinary stone sculptures. The visit of the interiors allows you to discover a rich furniture and period costumes.
The quays, near the Penitents’ chapel, are an opportunity to learn more about the barge industry and the importance of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne in regional trade in the 19th century. Come aboard a gabare and learn about the daily life on the tumultuous Dordogne of the past. The trip, of great historical interest, is also a moment of relaxation that allows you to admire the medieval city in a different light.
Village corrézien proche de votre camping
A visit to the Corrèze village of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne is a must during your stay in Argentat. Entirely built along the river, this medieval city is a calm, peaceful and rejuvenating destination. The quays are a privileged place to walk, between nature and beautiful architecture.
The access to the Dordogne river allows the practice of nautical leisures like paddle, hydrospeed and canoe. The Aubarèdes dike offers calm water at the level of Baulieu, thus favoring boat rides and swimming. The privileged natural setting of the village, between river and steep forest, is conducive to many other outdoor activities such as climbing, archery, or tree climbing.
To visit Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne in its entirety, a discovery trail of about 5 km is proposed. Accessible on foot or by mountain bike, it takes you through the points of interest of the town and its surrounding countryside. Wooden markers mark the route, ideal for families. Other ways to visit Beaulieu are offered: a heritage tour with an illustrated booklet and a booklet-game for children, a video-guide to be used on a smartphone or tablet, a 3 km treasure hunt, or a guided tour with torches!
The medieval village of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne is also animated by festivities that will brighten up your visit: in the summer program, local producers’ markets, agricultural fairs, or fireworks on the Dordogne. In May, the strawberry festival is a must in the city: street entertainment, gariguette market, rides and concerts pay tribute to the fruit grown in the town. The highlight of the day is a giant pie several meters in diameter that is shared in a convivial atmosphere.
After all these visits, your children will only want to enjoy the heated swimming pool and the children’s games to end their day in the middle of nature.