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Discover Benelux |  Special Theme |  Summer Destinations

An escape to nature and a home away from home TEXT: BETTINA GUIRKINGER  |  PHOTOS: MOULIN DE SURIER

Winner of the 2014 Zoover Award, the 4-star camping Moulin de Surier is one of the 25 top campings out of 8,500 in the whole of France. Ideally located in the beautiful region of Dordogne-Périgord, here are at least 25 reasons to make this your destination this summer. Having been a campsite for twenty years, the  Moulin  du  Surier  came  under  new management last July who have given it a new life, with further plans to make it even better. Open throughout spring, summer and autumn, the location is close to magical: spread over eight hectares and surrounded by lush green nature, two lakes and a hundred year-old windmill that gives the camping its name, it has   everything to please the eye and the senses. Guests can pick between different types of chalets and mobile homes fitting between four  and  eight  people  comfortably,  and with spacious interiors to avoid being on top of each other and enjoy a stress-less

holiday.  The  camping  will  also  turn  to ‘glamping’  in  2015  –  a  more  glamorous style of camping with appropriate, luxurious types of accommodation available on site. As for activities and services, the camping has it all: ping-pong tables, tennis, volleyball,  BBqs,  swimming  in  the  lake  or  the pool, fishing for children and professionals, bike rentals a whole range of board games to enjoy with family or friends. Next to one of  the  lakes  is  a  bar-restaurant  called  La Gingette where you can order lunch or dinner  from  June  to  September.  The  swimming pool has its own bar with a collection of refreshments and snacks which can be ordered  as  takeaways.  La  Guingette’s  is also the meeting point for evening entertainment: shows with professional artists, disco, karaoke and much more.

lantern and, together, make a night walk in the gardens of the chateau – an adventure for  children  and  a  delight  for  grown-ups. On  top  of  this,  the  region  has  its  fair share of cultural, historical and geological activities given the impressive number of castles and caves nearby. For the sporty type, there is the possibility to go on horse-riding treks, hiking, fishing, play golf,  rent  quads  or  organise  an  afternoon of cycling with the family. So for the perfect holiday destination look no further and visit the website (in French, Dutch and English). www.lemoulindesurier.com

The uniqueness of the site also resides in the  exclusive  access  to  privately-owned Chateau de Bannes located nearby. Under staff guidance, guests are invited to light a

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