Campsite SARLAT, your holidays in the Périgord NOIR
Have you decided to stay in the city of Sarlat-La-Caneda? This beautiful medieval city is only a few kilometres from campsite Les Pialades.
Our 3-star campsite, located in the north of the town of Nabirat, is the perfect alternative for enjoying your holiday near Sarlat. You will have the opportunity to fully discover all the attractions of this unique town, while enjoying the peace and quiet of our campsite and the surrounding area of Sarlat.
Rentals near Sarlat
At Les Pialades campsite, you have a wide choice of rentals: mobile home, chalet, tent lodge, bungalow, gîte…
Accommodating 2 to 7 people, in 1 to 3 bedrooms, these rentals all have a terrace, most of them covered, to enjoy the Dordogne sun. You will appreciate their comfort and living environment for a successful holiday near Sarlat.Discover our rentals
Your tent pitches on the campsite
The campsite Les Pialades, also not far from Gourdon and Domme, offers you an ideal setting for your tent, caravan or camper van. Our 45 shaded campsites, well delimited by natural hedges, ensure you peace and quiet.
We also offer you optimal comfort during your stay thanks to our sanitary block, refurbished in 2017. You will be able to appreciate our large showers with adjustable water, our baby area with bathtub and storage table, as well as a cabin adapted for people with reduced mobility, our laundry…Discover our pitches
Swimming pool and activities on the campsite
After a pleasant visit to Sarlat, what a pleasure it is to be able to swim in a nice pool on the way back! In our small campsite in the Dordogne, you will have this possibility. Open from April onwards, our swimming area has a large 20m pool and a paddling pool for the little ones, both heated throughout the season. Whether you want to relax on the deckchairs, have fun or do some swimming, you can enjoy it all day long!
Les Pialades offers other activities in its campsite, such as mini-golf, a bowling alley, ping-pong tables, a children’s playground, a billiard table, a games library and a library. As you can see, there is no shortage of activities to do on site for young and old. In addition, during the summer, there is entertainment for the whole family.
The services of campsite Les Pialades
At campsite Les Pialades, everything is planned so that you can make the most of your holiday near Sarlat.
From 8am, our small grocery shop opens its doors to offer you fresh bread and pastries baked on the spot. You will also find all day long good local products and what you need.
In the evening, you can dine at the campsite’s bar-restaurant with a varied and local menu. Another option for lunch and dinner is the takeaway.
The campsite’s strong point: all these services are offered to you from the opening to the closing! And your pets are welcome and will also have a good stay in our campsite in the middle of the countryside near Sarlat.
Discover Sarlat, the capital of the Périgord Noir
Les Pialades is a campsite in the heart of the Périgord Noir, not far from the medieval city of Sarlat, which will seduce you on several points.
The old Sarlat
Starting, of course, with the small, picturesque and entertaining streets that make up the “Old Sarlat”. Its magnificent buildings, full of history, make Sarlat the most charming town in the Périgord Noir. The medieval city of Sarlat is a must-see in the Dordogne region. It welcomes thousands of visitors every year.Sarlat Tourist Office
Culinary rendezvous at the Sarlat market
All year round, our campsite Les Pialades invites you to visit the market in Sarlat, which takes place every Wednesday and Saturday morning. The traditional open-air market of the medieval town gathers the best local products of the Périgord, which make the gastronomic reputation of the Dordogne. You will of course find the black Périgord truffle, but also strawberries, chestnuts and walnuts. You will also salivate over foie gras, duck breast, confit, and rillettes, all of which come from Périgord ducks and geese. Local cheeses will be proudly presented, including cabécou and Rocamadour (goat cheeses). Finally, you can’t miss the excellent wines of the Dordogne (Bergerac, Pécharmant…)!
The curious statue of the Three Geese
Sarlat also has many other attractions that are not to be missed. The statue of the Three Geese, which represents the gastronomic excellence of the Périgord, is one example. Its square is a favourite spot for photographers. You will also pass the statue of the Badaud in front of the doors of the old Sainte-Marie church, climb up to the Lantern of the Dead, visit the Manoir de Gison…
Saint-Sacerdos Cathedral in Sarlat
You cannot discover Sarlat without visiting its splendid 18th century Cathedral of Saint-Sacerdos, which is located in the centre of Sarlat, not far from the Sarlat Tourist Office.
Finally, to appreciate Sarlat, we recommend guided tours that will reveal the secrets of this city classified as a Town of Art and History. You can also take the panoramic lift to admire Sarlat from the sky. Of course, you will have to come back at night to admire the illuminated buildings and appreciate the festive atmosphere created by the high quality street shows.
The surroundings of Sarlat
Although Sarlat is a must-see town in the Périgord, the surrounding area is full of other unmissable sites.
The campsite Les Pialades will advise you on the many places to visit near Sarlat during your stay near Sarlat.
The Lascaux caves
You have certainly heard of it. The Lascaux cave is located in the commune of Montignac, north of the town of Sarlat. It was made famous when four young men discovered it on 8 September 1940. In this “Sistine Chapel of Prehistory” are preserved paintings and engravings dating from 17,000 to 18,000 years ago. If the original can no longer be visited, you can visit the facsimile of Lascaux II or the recently opened International Centre for Cave Art, known as Lascaux IV.
Castle of Castelnaud-la-Chapelle
15 kilometres from Sarlat, the castle of Castelnaud dominates the valley on a rocky outcrop at the confluence of the Dordogne and the Céou. Its visit will plunge you into the world of the Middle Ages. It was the scene of Franco-English confrontations during the Hundred Years’ War. Its war museum has a collection of weapons and armour dating from the 15th to 17th centuries. And if you spend the summer there, you will be able to see many demonstrations.
The Gardens of Marqueyssac
9 km from Sarlat, the Marqueyssac Gardens are home to 150,000 boxwood trees on a promontory facing the castle of Castelnaud. Overlooking the Dordogne Valley, you will admire magnificent views of the village of La Roque-Gageac, the fortress of Beynac… The most visited gardens in Périgord, they are classified as a masterpiece of topiary art. Every Thursday evening in summer, the gardens are illuminated by candlelight in a romantic and musical atmosphere.