The Dordogne Valley, a land of France rich in emotions
Come spend your holidays in the Dordogne, department of art and history, in the heart of the four tourist regions that make it up: the Black, White, Green and Purple Perigord. The Dordogne, a department located in the heart of New Aquitaine, has managed to preserve the authenticity of its historical heritage thanks to its caves and fortified castles.
Between the vineyards of the land, villages classified among the most beautiful in France or the prehistoric caves of Lascaux, your stay will be unforgettable.
You will be welcomed in the Villages of gites,holiday rentalsin Dordogne to discover the Black Perigord and the Dordogne Valley, the Purple Perigord with its famous vineyards of Monbazillac, the castles and bastides, the cities of Bergerac and Perigueux. The Périgord Blanc reserves its local gastronomy for you with foie gras and truffles. At the end of your vacation the Périgord will have no more secrets for you.
The Dordogne Valley is located in New Aquitaine. Nestled in a landscape structured by the River Hope, this beautiful region of France partially incorporates the Périgord-Limousin Regional Nature Park. Among the towns to visit in the Périgord Noir are Sarlat-la-Canéda, La Roque Saint-Christophe or the perched villages of Beynac-et-Cazenac, La Roque-Gageac and Dôme. So many must-see sites. During your stay in the Périgord Noir, enjoy visiting the famous prehistoric caves with cave paintings and the unmissable natural chasms. Beyond the sites and landscapes of the countryside, the Périgord offers a gastronomy based on local products to make many regions jealous. What to treat you during your stay. The restaurants in the villages will gladly offer you the traditional foie gras as well as the seasonal culinary specialties: cassoulet, duck breast and confit, or pork shank with candied figs!