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La Roque Gageac

La Roque Gageac

It is believed that the site of La Roque Gageac has been inhabited since Prehistoric times, and developed particularly during the Gallo-Roman period....

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Cap Blanc

Cap Blanc

Update 2013 Properly piecing together a rare early human skull (12,000 to 15,000 years old!) is a difficult task, but Robert Martin and JP Brown are...

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Vezere River Canoe adventure

Vezere River Canoe adventure

Walking Dordogne has the well deserved reputation for offering the best and most unique tours and trips in the Dordogne. Hiking, canoeing, horse...

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Commarque

Commarque

Prehistory at Commarque The Beune Valley has been occupied for a very long time. Around Commarque, prehistoric man has left numerous traces of his...

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Chateau de Beynac

Chateau de Beynac

The Château de Beynac is a castle situated in the commune of Beynac-et-Cazenac, in the Dordogne département of France. The castle is one of the...

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Castelnaud

Castelnaud

Castle of Castelnaud Perched with hillside on left bank of the Dordogne, Castelnaud dominates the small borough coiled with its feet. Its former...

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Limeuil

Limeuil

At the confluence of the Dordogne and Vezere Rivers, Limeuil offers canoeing  and a river beach, and a pretty little village that is well worth...

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Horse Riding in Les Eyzies

Horse Riding in Les Eyzies

One of the best ways to see Les Eyzies de Tayac and the Vezere Valley is  without doubt on horse back. Leave your car behind, and get onto some...

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Sarlat

Sarlat

Sarlat the geographical centre of Périgord-Quercy, is by far the most important tourist site in the region Over a million visitors discover or re...

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Forte de Reignac

Forte de Reignac

Forte de Reignac is a stone’s throw from the Vezere, across from a ford, prehistoric men settled  here more than 20.000 years ago. Preserved in...

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