villages / Limeuil24 km

A charming, refreshing place where the Rivers Dordogne and Vézère meet. It lived through the horrors of Viking invasions and the Hundred Years’ War but today only three fortified gates are left to bear witness to those times.

villages / Castelnaud-la-Chapelle41 km

Well known for its two castles - the medieval castle superbly restored with its Museum of War in Middle Age and the Milandes castle, former property of Joséphine Baker -, the village itself and its typical Périgord architecture is also worth discovering.

villages / La Roque Gageac44 km

In Périgord Noir, at the foot of a south-facing cliff, the creamy stone houses with their "lauze" stone slab or brown-tiled roofs are mirrored in the waters of the River Dordogne where the famous "gabares" (traditional flat-bottomed boats) laden with goods used to pass in the 19C.

villages / St Leon-sur-Vézère14 km

Halfway between Lascaux and Les Eyzies, this former flourishing port on the River Vézère is situated in countryside that is typical of the Périgord. It is proud to host the Music Festival of the Périgord Noir in its beautiful 12C Romanesque church.

villages / Montpazier55 km

Een stadje waar de tijd lijkt stil te hebben gestaan, met zijn geplaveide plein in het centrum, toegangspoorten en booggewelven.

villages / domme49 km

Perched on a breathtakingly high cliff that allows to enjoy an exceptional view of the Dordogne valley and the neighbouring Most Beautiful Villages of La Roque-Gageac and Beynac-et-Cazenac. 

villages / Collonges la Rouge81 km

The matchless red sandstone is the hallmark of this former stronghold of the Counts of Turenne. It is everywhere : beneath the "lauze" stone-slab or slate roofs of the impressive 15C and 16C houses.

villages / Belvès40 km

Belvès is a medieval town perched on a rocky spur above the Nauze Valley in Périgord Noir. It boasts 7 bell towers and although it endured invasions and wars, it has miraculously managed to preserve superb relics of its built heritage.

villages / Beynac-et-Cazenac36 km

Photogenic village with an imposing castle, once besieged by Richard the Lion Heart.  A walk through the village with its beautiful houses and flowered gardens is a real enchantment! In summer Beynac organises the Musical Nights, a festival of classical music.