Dreaming of the Dordogne Valley ?


From: 600 Euros (for 2)

Duration: 8 - 9 hours

Rates for 3 and more or further details, please contact us



Dreaming of the Dordogne Valley ?

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Spend a day in one of the most bucolic areas of Perigord, the so called ‘Frenchman’s Paradise’ (Henry Miller), the Dordogne valley !

After a short ride through a scenic road, visit one of the most well-known medieval castles of the area, facing each other on top of a rocky spur and from where the English & French could fight each other during the Hundred Year War : the amazing Castle of Beynac and its authentic atmosphere of Medieval times or Castle of Castelnaud and its incredible collection of weapons from Medieval time !

Later in the day, visit the beautiful ‘bastide’ of Domme, situated on top of a cliff and offering a spectacular panoramic view of the Dordogne River. Then, discover the stunning troglodyte village of La Roque-Gageac, one of the most beautiful villages of France, nestled on the cliffs of the Dordogne River. The visit will be followed by a boat ride on the majestic Dordogne River listed as “Bassin de la Dordogne” in the World Network of Biosphere Reserves.

End the day with a visit to Château des Milandes, once the home of Josephine Baker, a famous Afro-American singer and dancer who joined the French Resistance during World War II.

Other possibility: If you wish to learn how walnut oil is processed, we will organize a visit to an organic farm to discover the traditional and modern way to make an excellent walnut oil.

This is a sample of a day-tour we offer. We will tailor-made according to your expectations.

  • Beynac, visite du château et du village
  • Domme, La Roque-Gageac
  • Château des Milandes ou Jardins de Marqeyssac

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Dreaming of the Dordogne Valley ?

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Prenons soin les uns des autres !

Pour faire face à la crise sanitaire que nous traversons, les visites se dérouleront dans le respect des mesures barrières. Le port du masque est obligatoire durant les visites.