Take advantage of your vacation in Dordogne to discover its heritage: the numerous castles built in the region between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance have many wonders to reveal to you! From the Château de Castelnaud to Les Milandes, via Commarque, Losse, the Maison Forte de Reignac or the Château de Hautefort, follow the guide.

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Marzac Castle Escape Game

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Château de Fénelon

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Losse Castle

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Commarque Castle – The mysteries of the forgotten Fortress

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Lacypierre Castle

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Dungeon, Manor and Garden of La Salle

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Which castles to visit in Dordogne?

Périgord, land of castles and fortresses since the Middle Ages

Do you know Périgord for its prehistoric caves? Take a leap back a few millennia in history and discover the castles of medieval times.

Losse Castle and Gardens

Why are there so many castles in Périgord?

To find out, we have to go back to the war of a hundred years. Aquitaine and Dordogne were the scene of battles opposing France to England: so many good reasons for build fortified castles like Beynac or Castelnaud. The residences preserved today and open to visitors are part of the rich heritage of Périgord.

1 castles, really?

Legend says that the Dordogne counts 1 castles. One thing is certain: the region is steeped in history and many castles are worth a visit even centuries after their construction. If you pass through the Dordogne valley During the holidays, don't miss the Château de Commarque, Milandes, the Château de Castelnaud or even Beynac, the must-sees. But also other sites and fortresses like the Losse Castle, the Château de Hautefort or the Fortified House of Reignac.

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