Les Grottes de Roffy, a superb campsite in the Dordogne
Nestling in the green countryside of the character village of Sainte Nathalène, in the Pays de Sarlat (Sarlat region) in the Périgord Noir (the Black Périgord), Les Grottes de Roffy is a 4-star family campsite on a human scale. Featuring quality facilities, including a delightful water park, it tempts you to come and spend a delightful holiday in the Dordogne.
A 4 star campsite at the heart of the Périgord Noir (Black Périgord)
The green surroundings of Les Grottes de Roffy, make it a perfect location for relaxing in the Dordogne! Well away from the urban frenzy, this campsite, rated 4 star has been established in the heart of the Périgord countryside. The peace and quiet and tranquillity of the premises make it an invitation to relax. In this preserved countryside, the campsite accommodates you on the heights of Sainte Nathalène, a charming village located only 7 kilometres from the medieval town of Sarlat.
The clear views from the water park and the restaurant’s terrace, offer you exceptional views over the surrounding forest. Surrounded by huge oak trees and chestnut trees, the plots are in large part shaded, at any time of the day. With a terrace-style layout over various levels and separated by planted hedges, the pitches are spacious, and offer a cocoon of tranquillity for all holidaymakers.
Peace and serenity will be the watchwords during your stay in one of the holiday rentals, on this Périgord campsite. Allow yourself to be seduced by the new luxury modern accommodation or by the Safari tents, for a 4-star experience in these wooded grounds. Able to accommodate up to 6 people, each rental has a terrace under the trees, to make the most of the freshness even during the summer heat.
Nature and relaxation by the water of the swimming pools
From April through to September, take advantage of a large heated outdoor swimming pool. The large pool enables adults to do swimming lengths, protected from children jumping in, whilst the 2 multi-slides and the paddling pool will delight the young. At the centre of this water park, a balneotherapy area comprised of water jets and bubbles will delight the entire family! Located by the swimming pool, a sunbathing area accommodates holidaymakers seeking relaxation.
In addition to these water pleasures, the activities offered every day by the activity team, during the high season, will delight young and old alike! On the menu: aquaerobics, yoga classes, themed evenings, etc. Each day, your children will be able to take advantage of play workshops, offered by the Kids Club. The campsite is also equipped with a tennis court, a volleyball court, a basketball hoop and a playground.
In the shade of the wisteria, the panoramic terrace welcomes holidaymakers as much at lunchtime as in the evening to sip a drink or enjoy the à la carte menu dishes. The icing on the cake, every day the restaurant displays a different menu comprised of Périgord dishes, cooked with fresh and local produce: the famous confit de canard (duck confit) and the Sarladaises potatoes (local to Sarlat) or even the famous gratin de fraises (baked strawberry gratin) are thus a delight for the taste buds! A hatch on the outside of the bar also offers you local drinks and wines. The grocery is open every day to stock up on sweet breads and buns, such as croissants, brioches and pains au chocolat and fresh bread, and offers a delicatessen service including takeaways.
One of the loveliest campsites in Sarlat
In addition to being home to 9 of the loveliest villages in France, such as La Roque-Gageac, Castelnaud and even Beynac-et-Cazenac, the Dordogne conceals numerous prehistoric sites, amongst them featuring the famous Lascaux cave. Located only 25 kilometres from the campsite, dive into the fascinating world of our ancestors through a trip to Lascaux II, and discover rock paintings, unique in the world!
What would the Périgord be like without the medieval town of Sarlat, its cobbled streets, its delightful ochre-coloured houses, and especially its must-see market. A genuine heaven for gourmets, the sweet smell of truffles, honey and foie gras goose liver do not fail to make your mouth water. With courses of 5 to 22 kilometres, opt for a canoe descent in the Dordogne or flying over it in a hot air balloon, to discover the hidden side of the landscapes, as iconic as they are unique!
Enjoying locally grown produce, visiting medieval castles, must-see walks in Périgord villages, discovering prehistoric caves…there are numerous outdoor activities during your stay at Les Grottes de Roffy. With direct access to the most beautiful pedestrian hiking trails crossing the Dordogne, treat yourself to a walk from the campsite, without even taking your car. Go on foot!