Category : Vezere Valley News and Info

Experience Dordogne Markets

Experience Dordogne Markets

Experience a REAL Dordogne Market with Le Chèvrefeuille Restaurant and Cookery School Navigating a local French farmer’s market can be a daunting...

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The Trail of Wild Garlic Ferme de Tayac

The Trail of Wild Garlic Ferme de Tayac

The Trail of Wild Garlic is a Ferme de Tayac hiking trail, and you will not find any info about this fantastic and exciting hiking trail anywhere...

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Forgotten Glory Historic Les Eyzies Hike

Forgotten Glory Historic Les Eyzies Hike

History of  FORGOTTEN GLORY In the Spring of 1348 the Black Death or as most know it, The Plague reached the Dordogne, less than a month after...

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The Best Dordogne Cycling Routes

The Best Dordogne Cycling Routes

The Best Dordogne Cycling Routes - Route 1 - DORDOGNE DELIGHTS The wonderful and historic B&B Ferme de Tayac and Aquitaine Bike, Dordogne's best...

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Venus of Laussel

Venus of Laussel

The Venus of Laussel is a limestone bas relief of a nude woman displaying the horn of a wisent in one hand, while she gestures toward her swollen...

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Dordogne Bicycle rentals and bike tours

Dordogne Bicycle rentals and bike tours

Aquitaine Bike the Dordogne bicycle rentals and cycling tour base comes highly recommended by Ferme de Tayac, and many other Dordogne hotels and...

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Allo Philippe Dordogne Tourist Taxi and Guide Service

Allo Philippe Dordogne Tourist Taxi and Guide Service

Anyone planning a visit to the beautiful Dordogne must know that it is virtually ( if not completely ) impossible to get around using "Public...

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Tickets for Font de Gaume

Tickets for Font de Gaume

As of 2013 Grotte du Font de Gaume will no longer be taking reservations. The only way to visit the cave is to buy tickets on the day at the entrance...

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Battle of the Brains Neanderthal vs Cro Magnon

Battle of the Brains Neanderthal vs Cro Magnon

Back in pre-historic times, say, 130,000-30,000 years ago, Europe was dominated not by quaint cafes and dainty bakeries, but by a group of not-quite...

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Markets in the Dordogne

Markets in the Dordogne

For travelers from abroad, one of the pleasures of visiting France is to enjoy wandering through a traditional French market. And why not! The market...

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