Ten kilometres from the Moulin de Paulhiac campsite is the town of Sarlat-la-Canéda, or Sarlat.
A town of Art and History, Sarlat’s golden age was in the 17th century, when the nobility built opulent residences with towers as symbols of their social position. The town grew up around an impressive Benedictine abbey and has preserved its priceless heritage through the years. In fact, if you walk with your family you can see some of the most beautiful medieval buildings in Europe during a visit to the medieval town, less than 30 minutes from the Moulin de Paulhiac **** campsite. Not far from Sarlat-la-Canéda, only twenty minutes away, you can also visit Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil with all the secrets of its prehistoric excavation site. A visit to Abri Pataud (Abri Shelter) will show you the methods used by scientists to piece together life in prehistoric times.