On the left bank of the Vézère, just a few kilometres from Montignac and Lascaux, the Château de Sauveboeuf welcomes you to the heart of nature, between fruit tree orchards and the river. Built on the site of a 15th-century fortress, the château was razed to the ground in 1633 on the orders of Richelieu, then rebuilt in the 17th century by Charles Antoine de Ferrières de Sauveboeuf, to become a modern, comfortable residence with large mullioned windows and beautiful fireplaces.
Your tour will take you through several rooms in this illustrious residence, patiently restored over decades by its owner Claude Douce. Discover the monumental white stone staircase and the dining room with its large tapestries, not forgetting to take a stroll on the Renaissance terrace, with its superb view over the Vézère.
Average duration of the individual visit: 60 min
Average duration of the group visit: 60 min
Groupe accepté de 25 à 50 personnes