Book your holiday at a campsite in the Dordogne in the Périgord Noir
Welcome to La Linotte, one of the most beautiful campsites in 4-star Dordogne in the heart of the Périgord Noir! Discover the most beautiful sites in the Dordogne from a green location or a charming mobile home rental in Le Bugue, a village near the river opening onto the Vézère valley, Sarlat la Canéda and the Lascaux caves.
4-star family campsite in Le Bugue sur Vezère
In an exceptional natural setting in the heart of a wooded area, the 4-star Dordogne campsite La Linotte offers you a peaceful stay on spacious pitches or in comfortable rentals not far from the caves of Lascaux. Recent mobile homes, unusual accommodation and prestigious chalets await you on our pleasantly landscaped and flowery site. On a daily basis, during your family camping holidays, you will enjoy a heated aquatic area, a mini-golf course, a sports field and games for children.Discover the campsite
The services of our campsite
Many services are on offer to guarantee you a serene and relaxing holiday in the Périgord Noir: reception 7 days a week, bar-restaurant, snack bar, grocery store, laundry, or even children’s club in high season. A stone’s throw from Sarlat and the great prehistoric sites of the Vézère valley on the banks of the Dordogne, you will also enjoy entertainment inviting you to share moments of great conviviality and can taste Périgord specialties such as foie gras.
For your holidays in the Dordogne: Restaurant, bar, takeaway meals, wines and regional products, bread depot, groceries, bread and pastries, breakfast, barbecue rental, launderette…
Find your rental near Sarlat
Do you want accommodation that is out of the ordinary, a rather classic mobile home rental at a low price, or a large chalet with great amenities? In addition to the traditional pitches, the 4-star La Linotte campsite in Périgord near Sarlat offers you a wide choice of comfortable and recent rentals, located on beautiful private grassy and landscaped plots which differentiate it from other campsites in the Dordogne.
We offer mobile homes with terrace and 2 or 3 bedrooms, comfortable chalets, several atypical accommodations and large luxury chalets and mobile homes. All our rentals have landscaped exteriors to allow you to take full advantage of the great outdoors, and 2 to 3 bedrooms to encourage holidays with family or friends. As for the unusual, comfort is also essential: all have their own bathroom and private toilet. Discover our charming caravan for 4 people, our Cotton tent of wood and canvas for 4 to 5 people, or our lodge with a rejuvenating decor for your holidays for 4 or 6 people near the Lascaux cave and Sarlat, the capital. of the Périgord Noir!
Take advantage of the campsite's water park
Are you looking for a dordogne campsite with swimming pool rather than on the banks of the Dordogne river for your camping holiday? La Linotte has a high quality aquatic area in store for you, designed for the pleasures of the whole family near Sarlat and the Lascaux caves. The complex includes several heated pools, including a large infinity pool, a fun paddling pool with water games for children, and an arrival pool for our three giant water slides. A vast beach equipped with comfortable deckchairs also awaits you, ideally oriented for sunbathing. If you want to relax in the shade, fixed straw huts are also available.Pools
To see in Dordogne
In the heart of the Périgord Noir and at the gates of the Vallée de l’Homme, the Dordogne La Linotte campsite in Bugue sur Vézère is an ideal destination for discovering the region during your holidays in the Dordogne and enjoying its most beautiful strengths. Prehistory enthusiasts will find themselves near the Lascaux cave and the must-see sites of Les Eyzies: the Font-de-Gaume and Combarelles caves, the Pataud or fish shelters, the Laugerie-Basse and Laugerie-Haute sites. , as well as the National Museum of Prehistory.
The cities of art and history of Sarlat-la-Canéda, capital of the Périgord Noir, but also of Périgueux and Bergerac conceal countless architectural treasures. They also have a number of restaurant tables specializing in the generous cuisine of the South-West: foie gras, truffles, porcini mushrooms, Sarladaise potatoes or duck breasts to be enjoyed on the terrace on the banks of the Dordogne or Vézère. Among the other must-sees around our Périgord campsite are the fortified castles (Castelnaud, Beynac, Commarque), listed villages (La Roque Gageac, Rocamadour) and troglodyte sites (La Roque Saint-Christophe, La Madeleine), some of which are located in edge of the Dordogne river.