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The surroundings of CLub Les Ormes is very hilly, green and has a lot of picturesque villages that have their origin in the Middle Ages. Within an hour drive there is a huge offer of activities which you can experience with your whole family. Also the more sportive types, who love to excersize during their holdiday (hiking, cycling, etc) will find enough challenge in the beautiful hills. 

Beneath a selection of our favorites in the area: 


Lake Lougratte

In Lougratte ( there is a big lake which belongs to French village camp site. Here you can have a swim, do a bit of water cycling (pedalo) or go down the water slide. The Lake of Lougratte is a great place for a fun day out with the whole family. 

Knights & Damsels

In the Middle Ages Aquitaine was the battleground of the French and English. In this era the Bastide villages like Villeréal, Monflanquin and Monpazier originated with their characteristic town squares in the middle of the village. At these typical squares markets are held during day and evening time. In August these squares are the stage for Medieval fests: Knights and damsels join in the streets together with jugglers and musicians. The whole village is transformed into a true Medieval feast where you can enjoy drinks and food and games for the kids in the Medieval way. 

Wine chateaus

Off course there are a lot of Wine Vineyards with castles in the area of Bergerac. You can taste a selection of these wines in our restaurant, but visit a wine chateau is also a nice activity. At an half an hour drive there are more vineyards about which we like to inform you. 


There are a lot of beautiful castles to be found in the area, which all can be visited. We are happy to inform you about these chateuas en their activities. This is an ideal fun day out for the whole family. It is interesting for young and older children..


When you like French antiques then you have to go out and stroll at the typical flea markets. We publish an overview of the best flea markets in the most pcturesque villages nearby. You can find the overview at our informationstand, our website and Facebook fanpage.

Towns to visit

Bergerac, Sarlat in the Dordogne and Villeneuve sur Lot are the bigger towns in the surroundings. A drive to one of these places takes you through the hilly and sloping landscape.  There is a lot of agriculture at the fields with beautiful sunflowers, corn or grain. Because of these crops the landscaping colors from fresh green, to golden and yellow. 

Visit the market

There are a lot of daily markets with a vast offer of regional and fresh products. The best ones to visit are to be found in this overview and will also be publishes at the intformation stand outside the restaurant. 

Marché Nocturne

During the summer months therre are evening markets: Local producers sell theire goat cheese, wine, Foie Gras, bread at lots of other good food. Join at the long tables at the town square. There a a lot of things to do for kids as well like pony or muil rides and fae painting. Tip: Take a bottle of water, some cutlery and wine glasses with you. The rest you can buy at the market, just to your liking. Last tip: try the French fries fried in Gras de Canard. 



It is important that you can enjoy your holiday in the best way possible. For breakfast, lunch, drinks and dinner you can depend on our hospitality in the restaurant, at the pool or at you own accommodation.

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More than enough activities to explore! We inform you with pleasure about our favorites. What do you think about: cycling, hiking, horse back riding, canoeing, climbing, tennis and golf. 




In the Middle Ages Aquitaine is the battleground of the French and English. It is in this period that Bastide villages arise, with a characteristic square market in the middle of the town.


Contact Club Les Ormes

map francepeopleJan en Rianne Kouwenhoven
Mandy en Bas van Duivenboden 

houseLieu Dit "Pré de Courbe"
47210 St. Etienne de Villeréal Frankrijk

phone0033 (0)55 3017981



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