Village de Montmarsis - Safari tent 5 pers.

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This 5* Park Village de Montmarsis is located in the Lot department and borders directly on the Dordogne region. The hilly Lot is characterized by beautiful meadows, lakes and forests. It is lovely to walk here and enjoy authentic villages, where time seems to stand still. The Dordogne has impressive rock walls, fortresses and castles. Both regions have been one of the most important tourist regions in France for many years. On a hill near the town of Gourdon, in an oasis of beauty, freedom and tranquility, you will find "Parc Village de Montmarsis".

"Parc Village de Montmarsis" is an ideally base for countless sights. The original fortified town of Gourdon is the capital of the Bouriane region. In the past, the Lords of Toulouse had their hunting castle here, on a rocky hill. At that time Gourdon had wide fortress walls. They have now disappeared. Where the fortress walls stood, there is now a pleasant boulevard with restaurants and boutiques. Some remnants of the past remain, such as the city gate “Porte du Majou”.

For all these reasons, many come back, year after year, to Village de Montmarsis to spend their holidays here...

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Alwin Roozendal

Alwin Roozendal have been a member since 26/10/2022. You can contact the owner in the Dutch, English, French, German.

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Interior

Very popular: vacation in a luxury safari tent! In the tent there is room for 5 people and possibly a baby. The tent is luxurious and nicely furnished and fully equipped. From the terrace you have a beautiful view of the fields in front of you, the pool area or over the meadows.

Furnishing of a safari tent

In the tent is a cozy sitting area where you can relax together. The flat-screen TV has a large number of international channels (incl. UK/FR/NL/BE/DE channels). On the other side of the tent is the kitchen with a large dining table. The kitchen has the equipment that you are used to at home.

There are 2 bedrooms:

1 bedroom with a queen size bed

1 bedroom with a bunk bed and a single bed

In the luxurious bathroom is a shower, sink and toilet.

There is even a dishwasher and washing machine in the tent. You have the same luxury as in a holiday home, but in a tent.

Garden

From the spacious covered terrace you look out over the meadows or over the lawn and swimming pool.

Information

We would like to mention the following:

- arrival and departure in the high season on Saturday, in the other period on all days

- cleaning € 65

- bed linen € 9.50 p.p. (under fitted sheet, comforter cover, pillow/pillowcase and comforter)

- the tourist tax is € 0.88 p.p.p.n. > 18 years

- the deposit is € 300 and can be paid by credit card, bank card or cash

- your dog is welcome (€ 10,00 per night)

- a preferred booking for a certain tent is possible (4% on top of the rent)

- more information can be found under the tab "Practical information"

- optional items such as towels, baby items (cot/high chair) and/or a (Weber) BBQ can be reserved while you make the booking

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Surroundings

Lot – Dordogne area

Region Sarlat - Cahors - Souillac

Sarlat-la-Canéda is half an hour's drive from Gourdon, the capital of the Dordogne with its historic center and the busy regional market on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

There are beautiful places around Gourdon. To the east there is the “Parc Naturel Régional des Causses du Quercy”, with the famous places Rocamadour and Saint Cirq-Lapopie. In the south is the famous city of Cahors, known for its robust Cahors wines. To the west are “les plus beaux villages de France” places like Montfort, Domme, La Roque-Gageac, Belvès and Villefranche. Between all this places flow the rivers Lot and Dordogne, on which you can kayak and canoe.

Dordogne

One of the largest departments in France is the Dordogne. The department has the same name as the river that flows through it and that rises in the Auvergne from the rivers Dorde and Dogne. The tourist region of Dordogne is seen broader than the departmental borders.

River Dordogne

The Dordogne is one of the longest rivers in France at about 500 km. From the Massif Central, from the confluence of the Dorde and the Dogne, it leads through the departments of Puy-de-Domme, Corrèze, Dordogne and Gironde to the Atlantic Ocean.

The Dordogne was originally of great importance for the transport of goods by boat. Because large parts along the river are very rough, the boats, la Gabare, were taken apart at the end (Lalinde) and brought back by horse and carriage to the starting point up the river.

At Souillac she enters the Dordogne department. Along beautiful cliffs to Le Cingle de Montfort (a large loop in the river) and Domme. Then along La Roque Gageac and the valley of the 5 castles, Lacoste, Castelnaud, Marqueussac, Fayrac and Beynac to Limeuil where the Vézère meets the Dordogne. Then towards Bergerac and on to the Atlantic coast.

For many tourists, the Dordogne is a great challenge to view by canoe or kayak. These can be rented at many locations along the river, to make a day trip or hike. To navigate the river more calmly, you can take a boat trip in a Gabarre steps. The river can also be easily followed by bicycle or car.

Canoeing in the Dordogne

Discover the Dordogne region from the water. The Perigord Noir area along the Dordogne is particularly busy. But the other rivers, including La Dronne, L’Isle and Vézère, are also excellent for canoeing and kayaking and it is considerably quieter here.

Quietly paddling along steep cliffs, pebble beaches along the banks, almost untouched nature, many canoeists have seen the kingfisher fly in person and admired castles from the water. It is discovering the area from a completely different angle. Various distances are possible from the rental location, often with the choice of being taken back from a point downstream by minibus or first taken from the location to a point upstream.

Hiking during the holidays in the Lot / Dordogne

The Lot and the Dordogne have great hiking areas. There are relatively flat areas and parts with more height differences, plenty of choices. There are often beautiful views from the higher parts.

In the villages, walking routes have often been set out from the center (“Le Bourg”: center of the village, village square) (Petites Randonnées, Circuits) that lead along the nicer parts in the area and back to the starting point. There are also the Grande Randonnées, these are the longer routes that also lead from village to village. From the next village, another Grand Randonnée can be followed. The routes are freely accessible.

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