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Set in a peaceful wooded valley only a few kilometres from the river Ceou, 4* Campsite Le Carbonnier is perfect for those looking to get back to nature and unwind in the beauty of Nouvelle Aquitaine. This fantastic family campsite in the Dordogne boasts excellent accommodation options, and plenty to do for holidaymakers of all ages.
Enjoy all weather swimming at the resort’s pool complex, which features a heated indoor pool as well as a selection of outdoor pools and a splash playground. Kids will love whizzing down the water slides while grown-ups can float in a rubber ring under the warm sun.
Holidaymakers will find plenty to do at Le Carbonnier, as a wide range of activities are open to the whole family. With boules tournaments, football and volleyball on offer, there’s definitely something for everyone. The campsite also features a recreational pond where guests can try canoeing or relaxing with a spot of fishing. Dedicated kids clubs invite youngsters to have fun while enjoying creative workshops and sports tournaments. Evening entertainment at the resort is lively and typically features karaoke, dancing, bingo, pool parties, live concerts and fluorescent parties.
The onsite snack bar restaurant is a one-stop spot where campers can enjoy breakfast, lunches and dinner as well as snacks, refreshing drinks, sweet treats, fast food and takeaway options. The grocery shop ensures holidaymakers can easily purchase daily essentials as well as some lovely local produce.
Blessed with an ambiance of peace, tranquillity and privacy, due to their spacious and shaded nature, the emplacements at the resort feature our excellent accommodation options that include modern mobile homes.
Nearby Le Carbonnier Campsite
Le Carbonnier is located near the picturesque village of Saint-Martial-de-Nabirat, here you can enjoy the local cuisine at the Michelin Star restaurant, just a 5-minute walk away.
Sample some of the delicacies of the Dordogne region including duck, truffles and foie gras pate at the Sarlat Market that runs every week on a Wednesday and Saturday. The city of Sarlat is just a 30 minutes by car, where you’ll find everything you need for your holiday including a supermarket and restaurants.
For a fun day trip why not explore some of the prehistoric caves the Dordogne is renowned for? The Lascaux caves, famous for their Palaeolithic cave paintings, lie in the Vézère Valley and are less than an hour away by car.
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Camping le Carbonnier
24250 Saint Martial de Nabirat
South West France - FRANCE