Offering the best of both worlds - a peaceful haven yet located just minutes from the upscale wine town of St. Emilion. The interior of this Dordogne villa is one grand space, with chef's kitchen and living area focused around a dual-sided fireplace. Expansive windows provide lots of natural light and offer sweeping views of the bucolic fields and vineyards that extend down to the ancient walls of St. Emilion. Simple lines and quality materials create an elegant yet relaxed setting in this stylish living space.
Walk back in time and witness the world's finest collection of cave art dating back over 17,500 years in this copy of the grotto of Lascaux. Exact replicas in the impressive museum showcase incredible finds of this prehistoric period in history.
Beautiful and tranquil, the river winds its way through the countryide for almost 300 miles. Sights along this majestic waterway include medieval wonders, orchards, limestone cliffs and lush forests. Take a sedate kayak trip down the river for the best experience.
History buffs will delight at the huge number of castles that seem to lurk around every corner of the Dordogne. Among the most spendid are the thousand year old Chateau de Beynac, the Chateau de Castelnaud, Chateau de Commarque and the Chateau des Millands.
What better way to see the natural wonders of the Dordogne region than from above. Float lazily overhead, take in the views at a relaxing leisurely pace and get a unique perspective on this picture perfect landscape.
Many of the towns in the Dordogne seem almost stuck in time and one of the best is Perigueux. Marvel at its Roman remains and admire the unchanged Renaissance architecture. A highlight is definitely the Perigueux covered market. A must for the gourmand.
In Rocamdour, this park has over 1000 metres of zipline as well as aerial paths, climbing walls and cave routes. With varying levels of difficulty, it will be a day of adventure for all ages.
This theatre production uses horses and knights to reproduce the days of Excalibur in an enjoyable and entertaining show. Based in Rocamadour, the acrobatics of both the horse and rider will astound.
The Aquarium du Perigord Noir in Le Bugue is the largest freshwater aquarium in Europe and along with the dazzling array of fish, it features an alligator park and a snake pit.
Whether a beginner or seasoned rider, Centre Equestre near Souillac can meet your needs. The centre offers lessons as well as trekking.