The Dordogne region has been a populartourist destination for many years.
The area is especially renowed for its pre-historic caves, rivers, numerous chateaux,
and some of the most beauitiful townsand villages in France.
Visit one of the local markets to sample the produce of the region, or enjoy a glass
of wine on the terrace of a village café.
For the more active there is canoeing, walking, cycling, horse riding and swimming.
Périgueux is the 'capital' or principle town of the region. There is much to see and do, such as the Cathedral, the National and Roman Museums, the medieval quarter, as well as the busy twice-weekly markets.
Bergerac is situated on the Dordogne river. The old medieval town is surrounded by a thriving modern town which
is vibrant with festivals, art, music, theatre and gastronomy during the summer months.
Sarlat is officially the most attractive medieval town in France! It has preserved its ancient towns and cobbled side
streets and despite not being on a waterway is a must to visit, with many quiet alleyways, a good market and a
good selection of shops and restaurants.
The Dordogne is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of south west France.
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