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Soleil Plage Reviews

Soleil Plage Reviews

Soleil Plage Holiday Park

Soleil Plage campsite is located directly on the banks of the River Dordogne. In the middle of one of the prettiest sections of the river this campsite will make a great base for holidays exploring the countryside, exploring the river or just lazing by the pool. The park is small, only 99 pitches, but has some great facilities that are housed in converted farming buildings which makes the environment particularly attractive. This park is a high quality park and regularly gets 95% reviews.

There are 199 pitches which makes this a small park with a surprisingly good number of on-site facitlies and activities. The park is open between 12th May and 9th September and you have a wide range of accommodation to choose from.

For a back to basics feel you can stay under canvass but basic is definitely not what these tents are about. Classic tents are two bedroomed with a separate living and kitchen area. Best of all is the new canvasses on the tents which allow you to completely open out your living area during the day. Safari tents are just like their name suggests and offer a slightly higher level of comfort that includes all wooden flooring and electric lighting. Both tents come with barbecues and patio furniture for fantastic al fresco dining.

You have a choice of two or three bedroomed chalets which all have shower and loos. The kitchen and living areas are very comfortable, bit of a home from home really, and have an additional double sofa bed. Outside there’s a set of patio furniture and barbecue which is perfect for summer evening dinning.

Facilities & Activities at Soleil Plage

For a small site there’s plenty of food options on offer. The restaurant has a great menu of local and regional dishes plus children’s choices whilst the snack bar offering all the usual suspects is perfect and means not having to bother cooking. There is also a take away and pizzeria serving freshly made pizzas (very French). Of course, there’s also a minimarket where you can buy all your-self catering goodies.

The pool complex at Soleil Plage is particularly pretty, well laid out with three pools to choose from. One pool is shallower and perfect for even the smallest children whilst the others have slides and plunge pools to keep everyone amused. There are also three children’s playgrounds to keep the little ones amused. The near bye river has two sandy beaches and its slow flowing nature makes it great for the kids to play in.

If you want explore the local area, and it’s so pretty you really should think about it, then there are cycles available to hire at the site. You should check out Sarlat, a pretty medieval town and perhaps visit L’Aquarium de Perogord Noir where they have 200 metres of tanks holding many types of fish.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Soleil Plage

  • River Dordogne
  • Pretty scenery
  • Lovely food
  • Good weather
  • Great countryside to explore

Family Travel Guide to Dordogne – France

The Dordogne is one of the prettiest areas of France, some would say even prettier than the Loire valley. You can find out more about what’s on offer by checking the link below;

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  1. M.Brouwers

    We visited Domaine de Soleil Plage for our last family holiday, we stayed in a Chalet which was just spacious and just as described on the website. The site is very much family orientated and the staff do a great job of keeping it clean and running smoothly. The swimming pool, river and local countryside are simply great. The food quality and prices at the restaurant and take-away are more than reasonable.

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