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A beautiful restored town of honey coloured stone buildings with a superb Saturday market.


One of the best preserved medieval Bastide towns with wonderful views over the Dordogne River.

Le Roque-Gageac

Almost too perfect to be true, the village houses lie under the dramatically overhanging cliffs.


Tree shaded boulevards mixed with medieval houses and the restored 12th century cathedral.

St Cirq Lapopie

One of the most beautiful villages in France, perched on cliffs above the Lot River.

Fois Gras

The Dordogne is the region most closely associated with this rich goose paté.

Lascaux II and Peche Merle Caves

The actual cave at Lascaux was closed to the public some time ago to protect the invaluable prehistoric cave paintings but this wonderful reproduction at Lascaux II allows you a glimpse of something truly magical.

St. Emilion

This vineyard village has been described as one of the most beautiful sites in France.

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