The Dordogne is a culturally very rich region located in the South-West of France. Famous for its ‘cuisine’, Middle Age castles and Unesco prehistoric sites, the Dordogne will offer plenty of things to visit.
Among the sites you cannot miss are the prehistoric caves of Lascaux, the magnificiently preserved city of Sarlat, also known as a culinary capital of the Dordogne and its traditional markets, the Middle Age castles of Castelnaud, Beynac, Comarque etc.
The Dordogne is also a destination for the nature, sport and outdoor lovers. Canoeing on the river La Dordogne, moutain bike trips on ‘grande randonnée’ trails or hiking along the rivers and through the green valleys, are just a few examples of what the Dordogne has to offer.