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A campsite near Saint Emilion What to visit in Dordogne? Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, St Emilion is a 20-minute drive away. The majestic city dominates the vineyards. You will be captivated by the beauty of the architecture, both aerial and underground, and for a more fun family visit, don't forget to take the treasure hunts available on the internet or at the tourist office. On the road you can visit: The archaeological site of Montcaret, with its Gallo-Roman house and its extremely well-preserved mosaic paving stones Sardy garden in Vélines, intoxicate yourself with smells and colors to the music of the fountains. The lamprey gardens in Sainte Terre where you will discover this particular fish, a culinary specialty of the region. The castle of Montaigne. Finally, crossing the Dordogne, and passing through Castillon la Bataille, you can visit the Château de Rauzan. Its ruins will not prevent you from admiring its presence and you will appreciate the possibility of climbing to the top of all the towers. (beware of the stairs, bodybuilding guaranteed but the view is guaranteed). Children can enjoy the treasure hunt in place, price: one of the cheapest castle visits in France. When leaving the Castle, take advantage of a visit to the Celestine Caves, or wearing boots and wearing a helmet, you will play speleologist by following an underground river (be careful, reservations required, over 6 years old). Book your holiday near Saint Emilion now in our family campsite and contact us using the online form provided

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