• Local Area

    The beauty of our holiday resort is that it is situated on the borders where three large counties meet. The Dordogne; the Lot-et-Garonne and the Gironde are situated within a ten minute drive to each other. With this, you can profit from the great wines of Bergerac and Cotes-de-Monbazilliac to the Chateau de Saussignac. From the excellent variety of wines from the Cotes-de-Duras and Marmandais, to the wines of Bordeaux, Saint Emilion and Cotes de Castillion.

    Distances

    • Bergerac: 38 km
    • Sainte Foy: 19 km
    • Duras: 750 meters
    • Monsegur: 16 km
    • Bordeaux: 105 km
  • Visit our “sister park”, Le Lac de Castelgaillard Holiday Resort

    Have you visited our nearby Peter Bull France Resort, Lac de Castelgaillard Holiday Resort? Located only 4 km away from Le Cabri Holiday Resort, this is a fantastic place to spend the day relaxing at the lake and enjoying watersports and other great activities. Visit www.lacdecastelgaillard.com for more information!

The Aquitaine: a fantastic region of France

  • SAINT SERNIN DE DURAS

    Saint Sernin de Duras is a charming village which has an array of vineyards, plum orchards, quaint stone houses dotted around its village and set within stunning countryside. There are around 250 local inhabitants who benefit from a newly renovated village school, excellent tennis courts, a wonderful Tapas restaurant and a local village grocery store. Saint Sernin is a village set within the larger commune of Duras.

  • DURAS

    Duras and its Château hosts a number of events throughout the year including concertsand theatre productions, wine festivals and medieval festivals alike. The town has an excellent range of commerce including local producers, banks, supermarkets, restaurants and cafes. There is a weekly market in the centre of the town and evening markets with bars and dancing in the square.

    Events in the summer months include an antiques market, weekly music fetes and fayres. Excellent local vineyards offer free wine tasting, vine adoption programmes and grape picking (vendage) during the harvest.

  • VILLENEUVE DE DURAS

    Villeneuve de Duras is a small village around a 5 minute drive in the car and it has a great boulangerie, restaurant, epicerie and store, post office, school and salle des fetes. The village has a great community spirit often offering village fetes during the summer and at Christmas. Excellent local vineyards offer the best wines in Cotes-de-Duras region.

  • SAINTE FOY LA GRANDE

    A beautiful bastide town situated on the Dordogne river which offers weekly Saturday and Tuesday markets, an abundance of restaurants, boutiques, cinema, petanque pitches, café bars and boulangeries. Kayaking and canoeing, Handball and other sporting events are popular in this riverside town. Oysters and Mussels are often a Saturday favourite for locals and visitors alike. Sainte Foy la Grande is the closest town to the Lake which has good rail links.

  • EYMET

    A delightful and truly charming bastide town that is the central point for many tourists and holiday makers. It boasts a number of good quality restaurants, café bars, supermarkets, boutiques, a weekly market and the town is situated on the River Dropt. It has a small cinema and a local theatre. It is famous for its bastide archways and its central fountain.

  • MONSEGUR

    Monsegur is situated on the Dropt River although it is actually situated in the Gironde. A Friday morning market and a Wednesday evening musical fete each summer, Monsegur is known to be the capital of Jazz in the area. With an Italian restaurant hosting jazz evenings throughout the year, a local cinema showing occasional films in English and Spanish, the local bars enjoy regular visitors throughout the year. Covered archways surround this bastide and it has a central covered square which plays homage to the July Jazz Festival.

  • SAINT EMILION

    Dating back to the 12th century, St Emilion is renowned the world over and is classed as a World Heritage Site. With beautiful paved cobbled streets and hillside vineyards, the impressive St Emilion is a must see for visitors. The St Emilion church within the central square sits alongside Michelin starred restaurants and with the fine dining are award winning wines from the region.

  • BERGERAC

    A medieval town by the Dordogne River, you may think you have entered into the world of William Shakespeare with crooked houses, colombage buildings and cobbled pedestrianised streets. Offering an abundance of shops, restaurants, cinema activities for all ages with laser play park, bowling, and boat trips. Bergerac is famous for Serano Bergerac, a musketeer whose statue takes pride and place in the central square. Bergerac is known for its excellent wine and cheese, with neighbouring chateaux such as Monbazilliac and Saussignac, all within easy reach of Bergerac. Bergerac also is home to Bergerac-Roumanière Airport which has daily flights from many destinations around Europe and Morocco. Bergerac also has a train station.

  • BORDEAUX

    Bordeaux is the capital of the Gironde and it is probably one of the most beautiful cities you would ever wish to visit. Again, being part of the world heritage site, Bordeaux is a vibrant city full of outstanding restaurants, café bars, shopping, business commerce and is home to visiting cruise ships that sail down the Garonne river and stay overnight at its port. Bordeaux is a wonderful town for all ages and often you will see late night diners that are made of families rather than party revellers. Skateboarding, roller skating, bicycle hire, weekly markets are all on offer at Bordeaux. Bordeaux is also home to Merignac Airport which has daily flights from many International Destinations. It is also home to the TGV and has an excellent rail link and tram link service.