Staying at a campsite in Perigord gives you the opportunity to learn about the region's 4 colours: noir/black, pourpre/purple, blanche/white and verte/green.
Let's take a moment to explore Périgord Vert (Green Périgord): it stretches along the North of Dordogne, at the crossroads of the Charente and Limousin departments. Many rivers, like the Dronne, Isle, Auvézère or Bandiat meander through its green and wooded landscape. Divided between the Dordogne and Haute-Vienne departments, the Périgord – Limousin Nature Park was created in order to protect this natural heritage. It is now up to you to explore it, with the utmost respect fot the environment obviously, while at a campsite in Perigord. The diversity of its gently undulating hills lend themselves particularly to walking and cycling. The park is also a land of tradition and dotted with many villages of authentic charm.
Among these, Saint-Jean-de-Côle is certainly one that deserves a visit, all the more since it is also classified as one of the "Most Beautiful Villages of France". Highlight is château de la Marthonie, whose 12th century towers overlook the village's main square.