Typical village of the Périgord Noir located in the Dordogne valley, Trémolat is halfway between Sarlat and Bergerac. A village built of stones, Trémolat offers you a calm and green setting. Close to many prehistoric sites and the Bergeracois vineyards, you can enjoy many sporting and recreational activities, especially thanks to its international nautical pool.
The village of Tremolat on the banks of the Dordogne river is also marked by its famous cingle. It is one of the wonders of the world that can be discovered in all seasons. In Tremolat, you can discover Perigord architecture thanks to its Abbey Church of Saint-Nicolas, classified historical monument.
Every Tuesday, the Tremolat market is held in the Town Hall square. To delight you, other markets in Périgord:
Many places with official tourist classifications in the surroundings and other places of interest are to be visited around Trémolat a few kms from your campsite Les Berges de la Dordogne. The richness of the Périgord region is an asset for all our visitors:
The Remarkable Gardens
The most beautiful villages
Cities of art and history
Sarlat located only 34 kms from the campsite of Les Berges de la Dordogne is the essential place for tourists in the Périgord noir; a medieval city with local and traditional cuisine. You will discover its local farmers’ market, the know-how of craftsmen and traders. You will stroll through the picturesque streets of this medieval city, one of the most precious treasures of the Périgord.
Bergerac located only 36 kms from the Les Berges de la Dordogne campsite is a very pretty town full of assets; the Dordogne river, the Bergerac vineyard and gastronomy.
While walking in Bergerac, you can greet the famous statue of Cyrano de Bergerac or visit the majestueuse church Notre-Dame. Bergerac, a city in the purple Périgord with its vineyards, charming alleys and half-timbered facades, is a must for tourists in the Périgord!
Feel free to ask for information at the reception of your Les Berges de la Dordogne campsite to find out about the opening hours of the various tourist sites, as well as the opening hours of the traditional markets in our beautiful Dordogne region !
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