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Campsite at 60km from Saint Cirq Lapopie

What would you say to visiting the Lot, one of the most beautiful areas of France, with its exceptional built heritage and preserved landscapes like nowhere else? Les Hirondelles, a campsite near Saint Cirq Lapopie, invites you to spend a few days resting on its wooded estate near the most famous sites in the Lot and the Dordogne valley.
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Discover the campsite's aquatic area Near Saint Cirq Lapopie
Book your mobile home or pitch at our campsite, 60km from Saint Cirq Lapopie, and enjoy a pleasant swim every day in water heated to the right temperature. The 3-star Les Hirondelles campsite offers its tent and rental guests an indoor swimming pool with a large heated pool and comfortable deckchairs: a complex dedicated to relaxation in the green and wooded setting of the Lot countryside. In summer, don't miss the weekly aquagym session for a dynamic moment of sharing in a good mood. July and August are the ideal time for a family holiday, and your little ones can also enjoy the outdoor paddling pool with its shallow water: perfect for their first steps in the water! The grassy beach around the pools is furnished with deckchairs and armchairs for your comfort.
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Saint Cirq Lapopie, most beautiful village in France
During your stay at the campsite near Saint Cirq Lapopie, you will have plenty of time to visit this medieval town, classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France: the town overlooks the Lot from its rocky outcrop and can be visited on foot. It is an opportunity to stroll through its narrow streets lined with old medieval shops, craft workshops and souvenir boutiques. As you walk along, you can discover the 13 historic monuments in the town centre, including its castle and the Rignault museum. The village of Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, the adopted home of the poet André Breton, continues to attract and inspire many artists, including painters who have set up their studios and galleries here. Below the town, a towpath dug into the cliff is accessible to all: there is a bas-relief sculpted by the artist Daniel Monnier over several decades.
Spending your holiday at a campsite near Saint-Cirq-Lapopie will allow you to easily visit other wonders of the Lot, notably the unmissable hilltop town of Rocamadour and its sites: churches and chapels, the Way of the Cross, the Grotte des Merveilles, the Rocher des aigles and the Forêt aux singes. Not far away, the Padirac chasm offers an unforgettable experience 75 metres underground. Other listed villages offer you their narrow streets and lanes for family walks: Souillac, Payrac, Lacave. Each has its own treasures: the abbey church of Sainte-Marie in Souillac, the concretion caves in Lacave. Between the Lot and the Périgord, the Hirondelles campsite is also well situated for visiting the countless sites in the Dordogne valley: medieval cities, castles, gardens and prehistoric remains of international renown.