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Camping la Plage Campsite In Aquitaine
Camping la Plage is a family run campsite in France that is located in the Aquitaine region of France, which is well known for its many rivers and lakes, rich history and its vineyards and is a tranquil, pet friendly family orientated site that is positioned directly on the River Dordogne.
This French campsite has a total of 25 pitches that are suitable for tents, caravans, motorhomes and large RV’s, all with access to 10amp electric hook-up, plus some pitches overlook the river, which provides direct access for fishing along with canoeing and kayaking only about a two minute walk away.
Other activities on this campsite include a large outdoor swimming pool with sun terrace, table tennis, basketball, badminton, a bar with large screen TV for major sporting events, a restaurant that serves a wide variety of traditional meals along with a childrens menu and a childrens playground, so this a great place to enjoy a family camping holiday in France and that is without venturing off site.
Campsite Facilities and Information
Usual Opening Times: Open from 15th May through to 15th September
Rates: Based on two people with a car and caravan.
From €15 plus extras such as additional people, electric, pets, etc.
Gites to rent
Pitches for Tents
Electric at 10amp
Water points near the pitches
Waste disposal point
Restaurant on site
Launderette with washing machine and dryer
Mountain bike hire
Campsite Activities, Sports and Recreation
Outdoor swimming pool with terrace and sun loungers
Campsite with fishing on the river
Horse riding can be arranged
Large screen TV showing the major sporting events
Entertainment in high season such as live music
Local Attractions and Activities
Golf - world ranked 18 hole golf course
Walking and Hiking
Cycling and Mountain biking
Ten pin bowling
Vineyards and Wine tasting
12th century town
Europe’s largest underground church
Tourist information on Aquitaine Region