STUNNING REGION OF FRANCE
It is official, we are in a fabulous location. Surrounded by 8 villages that have been voted the ‘Most beautiful villages in La Dordogne’ you will have lots of fabulous places to visit.
We are in the ‘golden triangle’ of this picturesque region. Peyrecaty is only minutes from the Chateau-lined Dordogne river and stunning towns and villages.
This part of France offers some of the most romantic scenery in Europe, with country lanes, secret hamlets, forgotten churches and countless rivers.
You won’t have far to travel, as attractions, chateaux, caves and stunning villages are only 5- 25 mins away.
“It’s gorgeous here, there’s so much to do”
David, Ann, Ben & Chloe
Beautiful local town
Belvès is only 5 minutes away. It has restaurants, cafes, supermarket, pharmacy, banks and streets to meander along.
Award winning villages
Belvès, Beynac, Castelnaud, Domme, La Roque Gageac, Limeuil, Monpazier & Saint-Leon-sur-Vezere
From family restaurants & bistros to romantic chateaux & Michelin star restaurants. There is something for everyone’s taste.
With vineyards as close as 20 mins away, why not try a wine tasting experience at one of the many wonderful wine chateaux and estates.
For those who wish to truly immerse themselves in French life, nothing can bring you closer than a visit to a market.
- Saturday: Sarlat, a world-famous market that is huge
- Sunday: Saint Cyprien is a bustling popular French market
- Monday: Biron & Les Eyzies
- Tuesday: Le Bugue, another popular market with holidaymakers
- Wednesday: Belves Night Market (marché nocturne). Eat and dance with the French – Ooh la la!
- Thursday: Monpazier (charming) & Domme
- Friday: Le Bussion & La Roque Gageac
On the doorstep only 5-25 mins away
Above are only a few local recommendations, there are lots more to discover. You’ll never run out of places to visit or things to do.
Slightly further afield
Beautiful French towns of Bergerac, Montigac and Perigueux. World famous vineyards of St Emilion and the stunning caves of Lascaux
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