It is during your visit in Périgord that you will be able to enjoy this gastronomic heritage composed of foie gras, porcini mushrooms, truffles, walnuts, etc…
It is with the liking of the local and greedy traditional markets that you will discover these gastronomic richnesses, and will make acquaintance with their producers.
Not far from our campsite, the direction of Bergerac leads you on the road of the appellations of the wines of Bergerac whose reputation is known worldwide, and which offers a diversity of 13 AOC such as Monbazillac, made with famous grape varieties such as Cabernet-Sauvignon, Merlot ….
A gastronomic journey and a Périgord sweetness that you won’t soon forget!
The Périgord is a golden destination. The camping LE PORT DE SIORAC, ideally situated between Bergerac and Sarlat, invites you to discover, within a radius of 30 kilometres, world famous sites.
Ten villages have the honour of being classified, in Dordogne-Périgord, as the Most Beautiful Villages in France… Discover La Roque-Gageac, Beynac-et-Cazenac, Domme, Belvès, Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère, Monpazier, Castelnaud-la-Chapelle… A region where the villages are all more beautiful than the others.
Between history and heritage, the Dordogne is full of charming villages with a rich cultural and historical heritage, so don’t hesitate to visit the campsite’s surroundings to satisfy your curiosity!
The cave of Lascaux, located in the commune of Montignac, a few kilometres from the campsite LE PORT DE SIORAC in the Dordogne, is undoubtedly the site that has put the Périgord on the list of the most visited regions in the world.
Many other prehistoric sites and caves are to be discovered… Rouffignac, Rocamadour, the caves of Roc de Cazelle, the caves of Maxange, the caves of Lacave…
So many treasures and unique moments to discover and explore with family, friends or couples. Note that there are many natural sites to visit all year round in the Périgord Noir.