Your stay at Le Moulin de Surier
The Moulin de Surier is a holiday camp in the heart of nature, a few minutes from the pretty Bastide de Beaumont du Périgord and half and hour from Bergerac. Chalets, bungalows, cabins perched in the trees, lodges, among friends, as a family, from 1 to 6 people... There is something for everyone. The 10 hectare estate combines intimacy, with spaces between the accommodation and their individual terraces, but also friendliness thanks to its human scale, its family atmosphere and its activities organised according to the seasons. The holiday camp is a car-free site so that you can benefit from the appreciable calm and safety. It is the ideal place to recharge on holiday or for a weekend, whether it is around the bathing lake, in the calm of the fishing pond or by the pool on a deckchair. You can also enjoy our sporting and water facilities. Paddleboarding, pedalos, tennis, ping-pong, multi-sports grounds, bike rental for adults and children, etc. Open all year round, the Moulin de Surier is equally as pleasant in the heart of the summer season as it is under the autumnal sun, on winter walks and on beautiful spring afternoons. As the site is near to numerous tourist and historic gems, you will not be short of things to do in the region. Châteaux, caves, chasms, fortified towns, medieval sites, going down the Dordogne in canoes, hikes and lots more besides.
Activities and interests at BEAUMONT
The Moulin de Surier has the advantage of being nearby to numerous of the Dordogne-Périgord region's tourist gems and is therefore at the centre of an extremely rich territory. A few minutes from the holiday camp is Beaumont du Périgord, an English medieval fortified town founded in the 13th century with a covered marketplace and a fortified church. You will also find numerous very typical villages like Limeuil, Issigeac, the high up hilltop village of Belvès, etc. The Abbey of Saint Avit Sénieur, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a few kilometres away too, as well as the Abbey of Cadouin and its cloister founded in the 11th century by Cistercian monks. The region is also known for its caves and chasms. Notably the Grottes de Maxange and the Gouffre de Proumeyssac, but also its impressive châteaux: Château des Milandes, the famous residence of Joséphine Baker but also Bridoire, Brion, Gavaudun, etc. Come and dream of a royal life in the heart of nature. The Dordogne is also obviously known for its gourmet specialities. You can enjoy them during visits to the wonderful markets that the region offers, where all the local produce awaits you: foie gras, fillets of duck breast, confits, cheeses, nuts, strawberries and, of course, wine. The Issigeac market, every Sunday, is an event that is not to be missed. Purple Périgord is notably named as such due to its wines. A palette of rich wines in 5 colours, 13 AOC, 12,000 hectares, etc. Come and discover them in the numerous cellars and tasting locations and on the walks offered by the vineyards. A little paradise for wine fans: Monbazillac, Pécharmant, Saussignac, etc. There is something for everyone.