Campsite in Dordogne accessible to persons with reduced mobility

Campsite with open pitches accessible to people with reduced mobility

At La Peyrugue we offer open pitches with plenty of space, easily accessible to people with reduced mobility.

The pitches are near a sanitary area with shower, WC and washbasin, specially reserved for persons with reduced mobility.

An adapted shower chair and a toilet booster are available on request.

There are also two chalets on the campsite specially adapted for people with motor difficulties

The two chalets at La Peyrugue adapted for holidaymakers with reduced mobility are
accessible with a wheelchair.

On the website of La Peyrugue you can see that these chalets are situated in the shadow of trees. You can book on the website but you can also call Déborah directly on +33553284026.

How to prepare for your visit in the Dordogne ? 

Visits in the Dordogne open to all

In order to help you prepare your stay in the Dordogne, here are some sites which are also dedicated to activities for disabled tourists and which focus in particular on attention to accessibility for holiday makers with reduced mobility or a hearing problem or with hearing difficulties.

The BISCUITERIE LOU COCAL in SARLALT

A visit especially for gourmets in Sarlat. The Lou Cocal biscuit factory makes Tuiles, Sablés, cakes and confectionery by hand. Old traditional recipes formerly made in the farms of the Périgord. Do not hesitate to taste these delicious biscuits.

Le GOUFFRE ( The Gorge ) DE PROUMEYSSAC

An audio tour is available with a listening system for the deaf and hard of hearing. The road surface has an anti-slip coating. The entrance is via a sloping road towards the square overlooking the gorge.

The descent into the gorge is only possible via steps and therefore access is limited.

THE PARK OF THE CHATEAU DE CAMPAGNE

This park can be visited individually (no guided tour). It is known as a special “Eco garden”.

It is characterised by old trees, botanical diversity and the quality of its surroundings. It is of historical importance as a landscape park. The paths are easily accessible.

LA GARE ROBERT DOISNEAU

This museographic site has a permanent exhibition of photographs from the first holidays of ROBERT DOISNEAU (famous French photographer 1912-1994) in the Dordogne and the LOT.

THE AQUARIUM OF THE PÉRIGORD NOIR

A beautiful aquarium where you can discover the fish of the Périgord (pike, catfish, sturgeon), but also admire tropical fish (discus, piranha…); in another part called Iguana park there is a special area for lizards, water dragons and snakes, further on in the Alligator park you can see the animals from the Missisippi region, known for their sense of smell.

The visit is independent (without a guide). Documentation is available on request for people with
hearing impairment. An audio tour is also available for spoken explanations. Everything can be seen at the right height and the route is easy. The path in the forest on the way to the
“kiosks” of the tropical zones does have some slopes with a considerable difference in height.

There are handrails to bridge the difference in height.

LE BOURNAT PARK

This is a park about life in a village in the 19th century (town hall, school, laundry, chapel, mill…). There are also presentations on the knowledge and skills of craftsmen around 1900. Furthermore, there are various activities such as a ride in a carriage, etc.
The park can be visited independently (without a guide), a device for an audio tour is available at the counter. There is good signage, the paths are straight and well marked. According to our information, part of the path is unpaved.
Persons with motor disabilities can find their way around independently, except for the windmill, the chapel and the fairground. Wheelchairs are available at the entrance. Please plan a visit for at least half a day.

THE MONASTERY OF CADOUIN

This Gothic monastery dates from the 15th century, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is part of the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostella.
The visit is independent (without guide). Everything is on the ground floor and without obstacles. Accessibility of the activities without any problem. You have the possibility to see everything up close. Written explanations can be borrowed on request. Audio tour devices are available at the entrance. An easy path, easy to follow.

CENTRE FOR EXPLANATIONS OF PREHISTORY

In this centre, attractions from the prehistory of this area are exhibited. After the entrance and the information desk, you will find exhibits, workshops, an educational trail, a media library, films and documentaries and a model of a prehistoric lab
on. You can also learn about an archaeological excavation. According to our information, an audio tour is available.

PREHISTORIC SITE OF LAUGERIE HAUTE – WITH GUIDED TOUR

This site has contributed a lot to the science of palaeontology. It has yielded many bones, but also artefacts and a large number of tools and cut flints.
tools and polished flints.
Information material is available for the hearing impaired: various booklets. On request, headphones can be connected to the microphone of the presentation.
Due to the layout, there is a good overview of the site. Material is available for the visually impaired: information about the main features of the site. On request there is also
documentation via a touch screen: sculptures, artefacts, furniture, a reproduction of a structure of rocks and bones etc.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PREHISTORY

This is one of the most important museums of prehistory in the world. It exhibits an exceptional collection of objects carved from stone and bones and provides a lot of information on the life of humans and animals in prehistoric times.
Individual visits or guided tours are possible. For the latter, you should make a reservation. Written information material about the exhibition is available. You can also amplify the sound of the videos on request.

INTERNATIONAL CENTRE OF CAVE PAINTINGS LASCAUX IV

A masterpiece of the art of cave painting, Lascaux IV is an ideal place to enter the world of prehistory. You will begin your exploration with a guided tour in a replica of the original cave. You will continue your tour independently through the various rooms of the museum.
A tool available to you during your visit is an audio tour with various options including subtitles in your own language, you can control the sound and the lighting of the screen.

In the cave, the path is sloping, the museum is otherwise entirely on the ground floor.

SITE- MUSEUM GALLO-ROMANS VESUNNA

This museum, built under the architecture of Jean Nouvel, is built around the remains of a large house in a Gallo-Roman settlement from the 1st to the 3rd century.
You can choose between a guided tour (reservation required) or an independent visit.
Audio tour available. Written information accompanying the tour. Easy access, the different levels are accessible with a lift. The museum has a clear layout, indicated by colour codes. There are touch screens, relief maps, documents in Braille and large print documents.

THE DOMAIN OF SIORAC

A guided tour of a winery in the southern part of Bergerac. A presentation of the different stages of winemaking, from fruit to bottle! You will also be able to taste and buy wine.
Reservation required (max 14 visitors) with indication of people with visual impairment.
Information for the visually impaired available. Different types of visits possible, different lengths also. You can always arrange your visit in such a way that the road is passable for you. The
The guide adapts his information to the composition of the visit (pupils, groups etc).
Information is therefore provided according to need.

 


15 December 2021


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