The Dordogne by far the most diverse area of France, and dare we say, the world!

the Dordogne is famous for so many things, Prehistoric caves and art, Medieval towns, villages and bastides, stunning landscapes & scenery, local markets, food and not to forget their wine…


Montignac’s history is linked with the “History of Mankind” as a matter of fact, Montignac was settled as of the paleolithic area

La Roque Gageac

It is believed that the site of La Roque Gageac has been inhabited since Prehistoric times

Beynac and the Chateau of Beynac

Beynac, linked firmly to its past, as to the rock on which it is built, is a magnificent village which has managed to retain all of its medieval charm


Castelnaud, or rather, Castelnau, meaning the “new castle” was founded in the 12th century


Limeuil has been lived on since prehistoric times (various artefacts dating from approximately 10,000 BC have been found)


Sarlat the geographical centre of Périgord-Quercy, is by far the most important tourist site in the region

Le Bugue

Le Bugue offers numerous possibilities to holiday makers: modern sports facilities, excellent restaurants, interesting and unusual sites to visit
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