Review for St. Avit Loisirs Holiday Park from Eurocamp

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With five pools to choose from, and friendly and relaxed atmosphere, St. Avit Loisirs in Le Bugue is one of the best parcs to visit for your next summer holiday. There are almost 200 pitches at the parc as well as a bar, a restaurant, and both indoor and outdoor pools. Whilst you’re here you have to spend some time on the lazy river, which is perfect for kids and adults. Children of all ages can have a great time at St. Avit Loisirs in Le Bugu, and the parc has won numerous awards for the high level of quality it offers.

Disco and karaoke nights are great for teenagers and older guests, and they’re perfect way to enjoy your long summer nights. The St. Avit Loisirs park is surrounded by breathtaking views, perfect for exploring and sightseeing. No matter what you’re looking for on your holiday experience, St. Avit Loisirs from eurocamp has something for everyone.

With the nearest town just 6 km away, it makes for the perfect day out. Whilst off site make sure you experience some of the local culture and visit the Strawberry Festival, the Brocante Market, even the Cyrano’s Table Gastronomic Festival.

If you’re looking for a great holiday park destination, it would be difficult to find anywhere better than St. Avit Loisirs in Le Bugue. The parc has so many wonderful things to offer its guests. Whether you have young children, or even if you’re travelling alone, the St. Avit Loisirs park has something for everyone to enjoy, making it the perfect destination for your next break.

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  1. myfamilyof5 says:

    We have just returned from a 2 week holiday to St.Avit Loisirs. We stayed with Eurocamp and have to say that we had a fabulous caravan (the Mezzanine) of which there was only one of on site. We probably had the best pitch aswell, looking straight out onto fields, the driving range and the activities area. Although if you are staying with Keycamp in their top of the range caravans, you will also have the same view. We have 3 boys and it was ideal as they could play football out on the grass without worrying about cars. We stay with Eurocamp or Keycamp every year and we have never had a problem with any of them.

    The park itself is great. It has a large pool complex although in peak season (we stayed the first 2 weeks of August ) there are not enough loungers. This tends to be everywhere though and we tend to take lilo’s to lie on if there is no room. Take your own large tyres for the waterslides though as they are expensive in the site shop. The food was nice in the cafeteria and the separate restaurant is expensive but very nice.

    The park has lots of activities to offer – quad bikes for kids and adults, kids clubs, soccer station, driving range, crazy golf, table tennis, tennis, playground and pools and even a PGL station that offers archery, zip wire, leaf of faith, climbing wall and abseiling. The park is very clean. I have read some reviews where people are complaining of noise after 11pm but we never experienced this at all.

    The site shop is expensive and I don’t think it has everything you need for a family. This park is quite remote though which isn’t ideal if you don’t like travelling far to go to other towns etc and you really need a car if you are staying here. The nearest intermarche is in Le Bugue about a 15 minute drive away. Beware though, on Saturdays and Tuesdays there is a market there and when we attempted to get there, the traffic was backed up from 5km from the town! Other than that, there is nothing in Le Bugue and we only went for the supermarket. It’s better to go further afield as the towns are a lot nicer. I would recommend Bergerac even though it took us an hour to get there. It is a medieval town and is very quaint if you like that sort of thing.

    If you are in the region, I would definatley recommend a canoe trip down the Dordogne. We had a 2 and a 3 person canoe which cost in total 45 euros for a 15km trip. They drive you 15km away and then you canoe back at your leisure to where you left your car. It is a great way to see all the chateau’s and we stopped here and there for drinks and snacks. A cheap must-do and the kids loved it. There are lots of different companies to choose from in the area.

    I would recommend staying here if you don’t mind the long drive down (it took us 7.5 hours from Caen, not including stops).

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