Dordogne Périgord Tourisme

The rural destination of Dordogne-Périgord is located in the Nouvelle Aquitaine region in southwestern France, east of Bordeaux and at the gates of the Occitanie region. The highway between Lyon and Bordeaux leads vacationers directly to their destination.

The cradle of numerous gastronomic products such as walnuts, lamb, poultry, foie gras, truffles, chestnuts or the famous Bergerac wines, it is an unmissable destination for gourmets. The enormous agricultural production of food in Périgord, makes it one of the most popular regions for buying directly from the producer.
Castles, manor houses and Romanesque churches line the area, telling culture lovers about the turbulent history of the former county of Périgord.
The region around the Dordogne was already populated 17,000 years ago. This is evidenced by masterpieces of the era, such as the paintings of Lascaux and the 15 prehistoric sites concentrated in the Vallée de la Vézère, listed by Unesco as World Heritage Sites.
Ten villages with the label „plus beaux villages de France“ (most beautiful villages in France), 18 medieval bastides and three towns with the label „Villes d’art et d’histoire“ make the Dordogne the department with the highest number of listed monuments in France.
Today, this cultural heritage is enlivened by original visits and experiences.

Nature lovers and active vacationers love the destination for its vast natural landscapes. With a population density of 47 inhabitants per square kilometer, the Dordogne department is the third least populated department in France. Excursions by canoe on calm waters, hikes on themed and long-distance trails, cycling, golfing, climbing, fishing, wakeboarding or caving are just some of the activities that vacationers enjoy here. At the same time, the providers have taken sustainability as well as environmental compatibility to heart. Nature lovers consider the destination an insider tip.

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