CAMPING-CAR PARK AREA OF SAINT ANTOINE DE BREUILH, LA PERGOLA
89 bis avenue du Périgord 24230 ST ANTOINE DE BREUILH
1/01 - 31/12 : 9,24 €/24h
Parking 5h + services : 5,50 €
+ tourist tax : 1/01 - 31/12 : 0,33 €/nuit
Booking's informations ×
2 booking modes are possible:
1. Book a pitch for the same day using SécuriPlace
You didn't have time to book your pitch in advance? You prefer last-minute planning? (unforeseen weather, events...)
Book a pitch at the last minute using the brand new SécuriPlace system!
SécuriPlace pitches are available as soon as at least 4 pitches are available onsite.
2. Plan your stay by booking in advance
You already planned your next circuit? You want to make sure you will get a pitch as soon as possible?
Book your pitch between 6 months and 48h in advance! Your booking starts from midday on the arrival date to midday on the last day.
In all the cases, the maximum stay on an area is of 21 consecutive days.
Open: All year round – 24/7
- Flat and spacious pitches
- Located in the town center
- On the wine route
GPS coordinates: 44.844990 0.158500
THE STOPOVER SITE
- 26 spacious pitches with electrcity
- Close to the center and train station
- 30 km from Bergerac, 35 km from Libourne and 50 km from Saint-Aulaye
- Many castles nearby
- A service area and draining zone
Saint-Antoine-de-Breuilh is between the Côteaux du Breuilh and the River Dordogne.
You are on the wine route, half way between Bergerac and Saint-Emilion. Lots of castles will open their gates for you to come in and taste their finest vintage wines along the way. (Bergerac, Montravel and Haut-Motnravel appellations).
There are may footpaths to explore the surrounding vineyards and forests. Take a trip on the water, in a canoe or a kayak, go for an improvised dip in the river Dordogne, or relax on the beach at Saint-Aulaye.
Saint-Antoine-de-Breuilh, is also a great place for a gourmet excursion. You can start with the Chantôme cheese, which is made locally in the Laurents quarter. You then might like to enjoy some other local specialities such as foie gras, duck confits, magrets, mushrooms, truffles, walnuts...
The area has quite a remarkable heritage, with unspoilt nature, the beautiful River Dordogne, a dynamic cultural programme and plenty of sporting an leisure activities.
- Couin Castle, from the XVth Century
- Saint-Aulaye Castle, from the XVIIIth Century
- Saint-Pierre de Breuilh Church
- The man-made beach on the River Dordogne, with fishing or kayaking activities