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Hautefort Castle

Château de Hautefort located in Dordogne is a magnificent 17th century castle renowned for its classical architecture. It is surrounded by French gardens and has a rich cultural and architectural history. Superb castle reminiscent of the royal residences of the Loire Valley. Located on a hillock in the center of an immense cirque.

Half-Renaissance, half-classic building with original elegance. Was restored in the 17th century.

The visit is completed by the French gardens and the 40 hectares of park with maintained paths.


Montignac is a charming and attractive village, dynamic and full of sporting, fun and educational activities. Located upstream of the Vézère, Montignac is an ideal stop to discover the Périgord Noir. Not far from the great sites and major villages of Périgord, the whole family will find something to enjoy! It is a village full of charm and authenticity, with its old medieval houses and its typical architecture of Périgord Noir!




You don’t know Périgueux? Let yourself be carried away by the flavors of this capital of gluttony, a city with many facets. Périgueux is a city to enjoy... Those who love heritage, gastronomy, local products, good restaurants, festive evenings and daily entertainment will find what they are looking for here as a couple or as a family.


Sarlat-la-Canéda is a medieval town and the capital of Périgord Noir. It is located in the region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, and more precisely in the pretty department of Dordogne, on the borders of the Causses du Quercy. With its history dating back to the Middle Ages, Sarlat has an exceptional heritage in store for you. It is one of the most beautiful towns in France, with no less than 66 listed monuments: Convent of the Order of Notre-Dame, Old Sainte-Marie Church, Town Hall... Gastronomy and art of living are also part of the culture of Sarlat that we enjoy discovering during events which take place throughout the year.



The Lascaux cave

The Lascaux cave is one of the most important decorated caves from the Upper Paleolithic in France, located in the Dordogne department. She is famous for her paintings and engravings of animal representations, mainly aurochs. Discover its history, geography, geological context and UNESCO World Heritage.


The Gardens of the Imagination... Much more than a garden! Unique in Europe, these contemporary gardens invite you to an exceptional guided tour into the universal art of gardens. Created by the American landscaper Kathryn Gustafson on more than 6 hectares of terraces, overlooking the Vézère, they invite you to take a vast walk in a cool and shady place. During the guided walk, 13 thematic gardens will gradually take you into the world of the imagination. Sacred wood, golden thread, plant tunnel, water gardens, rose garden... will punctuate your journey to the land of Man and gardens.


The gardens of the imagination
from Terrasson

In the heart of the Barade forest, in the heart of Périgord Noir, stand the ruins of the Herm castle built in 1512. The memory of the tragic events which had marked the history of the castle prompted Eugène Le Roy to choose it as the setting for his famous novel "Jacquou le Croquant".


Herm Castle

Discovered in 1995, the TOURTOIRAC CAVE amazed its inventor, then his speleologist friends. Over time, water and nature have dug out the cavity and decorated and designed it into an immense fresco. Following the underground river, you will be immersed in a spectacle of shadows and lights between columns and draperies, eccentric and fistulous.

This unforgettable journey to TOURTOIRAC will lead you to the discovery of this village marked first by prehistory, then the history of a thousand-year-old abbey.



The Tourtoirac cave

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