In & Around Bergerac
Visiting at the Very Heart of a Rich Tourist Offer
Bergerac (https://www.pays-bergerac-tourisme.com/en) is located south of the Dordogne department, in the Périgord Pourpre region, 1h15 from Bordeaux.
It is a medium-sized town (27,000 inhabitants) with many tourist attractions. You can visit the city, which is rich in history and home to the legendary Cyrano de Bergerac. Why not take a stroll along the Dordogne river, jump on a river cruise aboard the famous gabarre (a traditional flat-bottomed barge), or get active in the great outdoors (hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, etc.)?
Sites and Places to Visit in The Dordogne Region
– Lascaux International Center of Parietal Art
– Sarlat-la-Canéda (medieval town)
– The Marqueyssac Gardens
Here is an overview
of our surroundings!
The region is renowned for its gastronomy and traditional produce: walnuts, truffles, duck meat, porcini mushrooms, and vineyards. Indeed, the vineyard of Bergerac Duras comprises 13 AOC (Protected Designation of Origin): Bergerac, Pécharmant, Montravel, and Monbazillac, to name a few.
Our establishment is located some 8 minutes from Monbazillac (https://chateau-monbazillac.com/en/wine-tourism-tours-in-dordogne/) making easy to organize a whole stay combining tourist visits and fun breaks.
Also nearby is Château de Bridoire (https://www.chateaudebridoire.com/) known for its beautiful architecture and its100 indoor and outdoor historical games.
We would be delighted to assist in planning your activities and excursions!
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