When visiting this Island we usually make for this campsite 🏕 close to the sea.
Good facilities including bar/restaurant and swimming pool. The staff are always friendly and helpful.
Petite Cité de Caractère (Small City of Character).
Couldn’t resist the road sign for Airvault so we stopped in the local Aires and wandered up to the centre.
The Saturday Market was just about over and the stalls closing so we made our way towards the ancient Church which dominates the Area.
There is a free museum in the town which is worth a walk around with a few exhibits in the Gardens.Read more
Traffic was heavy on the roads today and the drive to Le Guédeniau was hard in the hot weather.
And then OH 😮 NO! What has happened to our favourite stop over? Just take a look. 👀
Road works and heavy machinery parked in our parking place (how bad is that)?
Still never mind we stayed the night along with six other Motorhome that appeared from somewhere.Read more
This is one of our favourite French Aires and we usually stop off hear for the night before the long drive to Calais.
Not much happening but it is safe and free. There is a collection box by the water point that we put a few Euros in before leaving.
At the Aires this time we found ourselves parking next to a group of French Mushroom hunters and using the international language of Wine a very pleasant evening was had by all.
The group photo is very dark but it’s the memory that counts.Read more
Campsite on the bank of the Dordogne River and within site of the castle which was the French headquarters during the 100 years war.
Very handy for all the restaurants in Beynac-et-Cazenac and boats trips along the river. Also a great place for just laying in the Sun and watching Hot Air Balloons.Read more