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You're on holiday in the Dordogne and there are so many places to visit that you don't know where to turn. But don't worry! We've put together a programme for you, whether you want to climb a castle, explore a cave or discover a village in the Périgord Noir.
Where to walk in the Périgord Noir?
The Dordogne can be travelled from north to south, east to west and even diagonally. Every kilometre you travel, no matter which route you take, you'll come across a château here, a listed village there and a " Most Beautiful Villages in France "There's a loop to be done.
We recommend that you take at least 1 week to discover this part of the Dordogne, considered the richest in terms of heritage.
For those lucky enough to enjoy the Dordogne for longer, treat yourself to the " Discovering the 4 Périgords "Or mix and match several of our itineraries.
Which holiday to choose?
On your first visit to the Dordogne, you'll often head for Sarlat, the medieval town that shines in summer.
Close to the capital of Périgord Noir lies the Dordogne valley. It's full of treasures, such as the castles of Castelnaud and Beynac, the village of La Roque Gageac and the bastide town of Domme, all of which take you back in time. Périgord in the Middle Ages.
However, if you prefer thinking outside the boxIf you're looking for a less-frequented village in the Vézère valley, it's best to head for the heart of Périgord Noir.
If you're more of a vanlife person, take advantage of our tour "natural sites and fun activitiesWe'll give you a few tips for a logical, practical and eco-responsible itinerary. A road trip that leaves plenty of room for contemplation.
The Vézère Valley on horsebackHave you already tried it? No ? Then we suggest this itinerary, which passes through the village of Le Moustier and follows the Vézère river, so you can enjoy this gentle, rejuvenating activity while admiring the special features of the region.
More and more of you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, relax in a place free from the hustle and bustle of the airwaves and get as close to nature as possible. We recommend our " between carreirou and wide open spaces "or Discovering the valley's wildlife ". Welcome to Perigord!
Are you planning a trip to the Dordogne without Sarlat, Brantôme, Beynac or Lascaux? Yes, yes, it's possible and we promise you won't get bored!
Discover the route "Off the beaten track (really) and have fun exploring our Vézère valley in a different way.
Of course, we haven't forgotten you purists.
The Vézère valley is renowned above all for its prehistoric caves.
The path "In the footsteps of Cro-Magnon takes you on a tour of our ancestors' route.
"Discovering the 4 Périgords"The title says it all! This itinerary covers the Dordogne from Brantôme to Sarlat, passing through the bastides near Bergerac and the Isle and Auvézère valleys. You'll need a good 3 weeks to discover all that Périgord has to offer.
For the more traditional types, we've put together a " Castles and gastronomy " ?
Are you ready to explore the Dordogne? For a day, a week or longer, the choice is yours ...
The Tourist Office suggests some ideas for tours through the Perigord Noir.
Other road trip suggestions, a bike tour or many other themes are possible, as this French tourist mecca is packed with sites to discover.
We are waiting for you in the villages of Les Eyzies, Le Bugue, Montignac-Lascaux or Limeuil and Coly-Saint-Amand to reveal the castle that suits you, the hiking loop the museum you don't want to miss. Your stay in Lascaux-Dordogne is up to you.