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6 May 2017
The Perigord Vert is probably the least well known and certainly the most rural of the four colour-coded areas which make up the Dordogne. (The others...
26 April 2017
For a truly ‘Dordogne’ experience visit the beautiful gardens in Paunat. Over the past couple of years, Les Jardins de la Chartreuse du Co...
11 April 2017
The Perigord Noir is the most visited and well known part of the Dordogne. Located in the south east of the Dordogne department, it is named for the d...
28 November 2016
Lascaux – originally known as “the Sistine Chapel of Prehistory” Montignac is a small town about 40 minutes away from Les Milandes a...
9 May 2016
At around 300 miles long, the Dordogne River is not only beautiful to look at. You can canoe, fish, kayak, motorboat, raft, row, sail and water ski on...