Descend the Dordogne
The Dordogne River meanders through the landscape, providing visitors with an exceptional opportunity to connect with nature. Glide over its clear waters by canoe and kayak and let the current carry you while admiring the magnificent cliffs, imposing castles and villages that line its shores. A refreshing and memorable adventure awaits.Learn more
In the region, the gardens are real gems, inviting to tranquility and contemplation. The hanging gardens of Marqueyssac offer breathtaking panoramas, with their boxwood trimmed into extravagant shapes. The Gardens of Imagination, on the other hand, transport visitors to an enchanted world with their creative designs and colorful plantings.
The castles of Périgord Noir immerse you in history and make you relive the era of knights and princesses. The majestic Château de Castelnaud will impress you with its defensive architecture and its museum. Les Milandes will charm you with their elegance and their historical link with Josephine Baker. These castles transport you to a world of tales and legends!Link title
An underground journey
The caves and chasms of Périgord are underground marvels that will delight explorers. The Gouffre de Padirac takes you deep into the earth, where you will discover galleries and a mysterious underground lake. The Grotte de Lascaux, for its part, houses prehistoric cave paintings, testifying to the artistic talent of our ancestors.
A treat for your taste buds
The gastronomy of Périgord Noir is a feast for the taste buds. Taste the delights of black truffles, foie gras and confits, for which the region is famous. Don't miss Sarlat's lively market, where you can find exceptional local products, from cheeses and wines to walnuts and porcini mushrooms. An unmissable event for flavor lovers.