Medium Sized campsite in Monfaucon, Dordogne:

Camping Etang De Bazange ***  (view detail map)

12-2023 | One of the most delightful campsites in the Dordogne/Périgord! Situated near Bergerac, the Etang de Bazange Campsite has 80 pitches set in a beautiful natural environment. Ideal for families looking for peace and quiet.Waterslides, heated swimming pool (new in 2014), a 2-hectare lake for fishing (carp, roach etc.), activities for children and adults (walks in the countryside, cookery workshops, creative workshops) guided treks through vineyards and forests, evenings around the camp fire, astronomy, pétanique competitions, fishing for crayfish.. .Rental of mobile homes: 1, 2 and 3-bed, some of which have views over the lake; luxury, furnished tents; the only floating mobile chalet in France: the Aqualodge (c).Awarded the state-designated Camping Qualité – Qualité Tourisme label in 2013 – the guarantee of a high-quality site!   >>  


  • pool, playground
  • access to natural water
  • rental of caravans, tents
  • snacks
  • holiday village
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Camping Etang De Bazange, Monfaucon

This is the westernmost of the campsites we visited in Dordogne. If you've already pretty much visited the area's big sights and don't mind camping a bit further afield, check this one out. The landscape here is a bit more wide, the roads winding a bit less. But peace and quiet reign supreme here. Camping Etang de Bazange is part of Sites et Paysages, an organisation of relatively good small-scale campsites. Here you will find everything you need for a successful family holiday: natural water, a swimming pool, play equipment and lots of greenery around you. But the most striking thing is the way the campsite makes excellent use of the lake: there are three types of accommodation for rent, all of which are literally on the water. There are the two substantial chalets on the shore, completely separated from the rest of the campsite. And there is the floating 'chalet' that you reach via a swaying pontoon bridge. And then there is the floating tent, which you can only get to by rowing boat. All in excellent condition. Another tip: at the top of the campsite are spots for tents, each equipped with a small and covered, wooden terrace with table and chairs. So if you like sleeping in your tent but prefer not to eat in the grass or at a wobbly folding table, this could be ideal for you.