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Regional products from our grocery shop

Savouring, enjoying yourself

When you get closer to the south-west, you quickly think of quality gastronomy. Our regional products are duck, walnuts, cheese, truffles but also lamb, melon and of course the malbec wine of Cahors.

A renowned gastronomy, a terroir to discover


The best-known are Gourdon on Saturdays and Thursdays for the farmers’ market, Souillac on Fridays, and Sarlat on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Sarlat is very busy, so we recommend arriving when the market opens! An alternative on days when there is no market is the Halle de Cougnac, where local producers gather to sell their produce (near Gourdon). If you arrive at the campsite on a Saturday, you’ll probably be interested in the Fajoles market, which is open on Sunday mornings. On Mondays, the markets are a little further away. A full list of all the markets in the département is available from reception.


Our local producers are delighted to share their passion and show you their work, so don’t hesitate to visit them. We’re lucky to have them close to home! The Borie Blanche saffron farm next to the Peyrès farm offers duck products. La p’tite ferme Jacquin offers visitors the chance to discover its work in Payrac. In Le Vigan, the Crusol distillery explains the production process for its organic spirits, with a tasting session.


On Tuesdays and Fridays, you can visit the Claies de Maillol vineyards in Gourdon. Frédéric makes “attic wine”, following a technique where grapes are dried before vinification. Most of the producers are in the Lot valley. We have been sensitive to the history of Château Fantou, a small vineyard taken over by the owner’s daughter, who has given an ecological turn to the estate. Château La Gineste or Château les Croizille are also organic producers. Take advantage of your trip to visit Puy-l’Evêque and Luzech.


We have several restaurants in Le Vigan and, of course, in Gourdon, particularly around the town. Most of these restaurants are open all year round, which means they are also popular with the locals. Whether you’re a fan of local specialities like duck or a vegetarian, there’s something for everyone. We can provide you with a list of references and their positioning. And let’s not forget our own restaurant, RestÔRêve! Richard offers a varied menu with an emphasis on vegetarian and local dishes.


This is walnut country. You can visit a hazelnut grove to see how walnuts are picked, cleaned and dried before being processed. We also really enjoyed visiting the oil mill at Les Fumades. In just 1? hours, you get excellent explanations and, above all, a real demonstration of oil production, ideal for understanding the different stages of production. The visit is suitable for children.


If you’re a cheese lover, you’ll want to try the local speciality, Rocamadour. To combine gourmet pleasure with the discovery of this traditional know-how, we encourage you to visit the Lahore farm. Philippe’s goat farm is an authentic local enterprise. Children love petting the goats, and if they feel like it, they can even try milking them. Great holiday memories guaranteed! And I assure you, it’s not as easy as all that. Let’s talk about it together after your visit!

Take advantage of the holidays to taste regional products