Camping Domaine des Mathevies is open from 21 May 2022 – 24 September 2022

 

Taking bookings now! Here are the tariffs and the terms and conditions for 2022.

 

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch at info@mathevies.com

We will check availability and respond by return email within 48 hours. If you don’t receive a response to your email please check your spam/junk.

 

CHALETS & GITE – Make sure to plan your booking around the SET arrival and departure days:

Plein Air Chalets  – SATURDAY changeover (7 or for 14 nights)

Open Air Chalets and Eden Chalets – WEDNESDAY changeover (7 or 14 nights)

Gite le Point de Vue – SUNDAY changeover (7 or 14 nights)

Get 10% off second week when staying a fortnight.

 

CAMPING PITCHES – tent, caravan, folding tent, van & camping cars welcome.
Arrive and leave on any day of the week, minimum stay 1 night.
3 packages to choose from (includes 120sqm pitch, 2 adults and a car):
Emplacement Calme (no electricity)
Emplacement Confort (electricity)
Emplacement Tout confort (electricity + fridge)

 

We look forward to welcoming you soon!

Team Mathevies

The area is rich in history – our farmhouse was the centre for local Resistance activity during WW2.

The Hundred Years War was fought out across the chateaux along the river.

In pre-history early man sheltered in caves leaving wall paintings to give a glimpse of life lived in the mists of time.

Not to be missed:

Sarlat Market – A food lovers’ paradise every Wednesday and Saturday.

Sainte Nathalene Market – pop in for all your locally sourced groceries every Wednesday.

Les Jardins des Marqueyssac – beautiful gardens to explore with panoramic views of the Dordogne. There are evening candlelight soirees in summer and plenty of interactive play zones for the kids.

Les Jardins du Manoir D’Eyrignac – formal 18th century gardens just up the road with evening picnics and music in summer.

Les Jardins de Cadiot in Carlux – ten individual gardens in different styles nearby – perfect for a stroll.

Chateau Castlenaud – exhibition of the art of warfare in the Middle Ages – a family favourite. *

Chateau Beynac – built in the 12th century. Exquisite tapestries and 15th century frescoes. *

Chateau de Commarque – dates from the 12th century, as the base for a local templar army.

Gouffre de Padirac – crystalline cave complex stalactite and stalagmite formations linked by gondola.

Roque St Christophe – a huge Troglodyte cave complex about a half mile in length, this majestic cliff rises vertically above the Vezere valley to a height of over 250ft.

Grotte de Lascaux – amazing copy of the neighbouring cave paintings dated from 15,000BC *

Ophorus – Guided wine discovery tours in Saint Emilion, Medoc and Bordeaux as well as excursions in and around Sarlat *

For more inspiration visit Sarlat Tourism Office

* Great rainy day activities