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Campsite Loupiac

Loupiac is a traditional Lot village, located in the French province of Quercy. The town boasts charming historic buildings, unspoilt natural areas and the most delicious local products. There are no end of delights to discover during your high-end camping holiday in Loupiac...

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From 16 Apr - 23 Apr
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From 16 Apr - 23 Apr

Camping in Lot-et-Garonne: our suggestions for nature excursions

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The Loupiac region, located between the Dordogne Valley and Les Causses du Quercy Regional Nature Park, has some nice surprises in store for you. Hop on to your mountain bike or slip on your best hiking shoes for a lovely walk with family or friends, through the Causses du Quercy Nature Park, shaded by trees. From the top of the Roc des Monges, you can survey the surroundings, before heading back down towards the Dordogne Valley for a walk along the river banks. Are you tempted by the sparkling water? Climb into a canoe-kayak and prepare to tackle the currents of the Dordogne river!

Cultural tour of Quercy, Cahors, Rocamadour and Sarlat

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A quick tour of Loupiac is enough to reveal that its nickname - the “village aux 55 pigeonniers,” (village with 55 dovecotes) - is in no way an overstatement. Once you’ve had the chance to admire these aviaries, then head off to explore some of the region’s other beautiful treasures. Souillac and its abbey, Padirac and its impressive chasm, Sarlat, Rocamadour, Cahors etc. You should also schedule a stopover at Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, classified as “one of the most beautiful villages in France,” and a gem of medieval architecture. The village, which is perched on a cliff, boasts no fewer than 13 historic monuments that you can explore at your leisure.

 

 

Time to eat! Treat yourself to some of Quercy’s culinary specialities

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How about using your camping holiday in Loupiac to solve the mystery of “pastis.” The recipe for this traditional Quercy cake has been a jealously guarded secret for decades. With its crisp, round of puff pastry, packed with Armagnac infused apples, this pudding is sure to delight young and old foodies alike. You can also try a few slices of the fruity and refreshing Quercy melon.

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