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Located in the New Aquitaine region, the Dordogne owes its name to the watercourse that crosses it and which makes its beauty so unique.

Green territory, crossed by many rivers, the Dordogne is rich in a thousand-year-old history. In the heart of a preserved and generous nature, the vestiges and witnesses of the past mark out this magnificent department. It attracts visitors looking for peace, nature and culture.

The essentials of the Dordogne

The Dordogne is home to many remarkable sites. Among them, the Lascaux cave amazes young and old. The castles of Périgord in Beynac, Puymartin or Milandes are the most visited buildings. The alleys of the sumptuous city of Bergerac lead visitors in the footsteps of Cyrano. The impressive Proumeyssac chasm is a veritable crystal cathedral. Do not miss the capital of the Périgord Noir, Sarlat-la-Canéda. Because its cultural and historical heritage is simply awesome. Sarlat and its surroundings are indeed famous for sheltering a large concentration of listed buildings.

10 remarkable villages

In Dordogne, ten villages are among the Most beautiful villages in France. Saint-Jean-de-Côle, Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère, Monpazier, Belvès, Beynac-et-Cazenac, la Roque-Gageac, Saint-Amand-de-Coly, Domme and Castelnaud-la-Chapelle are indeed preserved gems, witnesses to the history of the Dordogne.

A land of vines

In Dordogne, the famous Monbazillac vineyard delights the taste buds of lovers of sweet wines. The Monbazillac appellation is the largest sweet appellation in the world. The vineyards and the castle of Monbazillac offer exceptional moments of discovery. This elegant wine with a powerful bouquet reveals its notes of acacia honey and spices. It goes wonderfully with blue cheese, but also strawberries and many desserts.

Outdoor sports

The Dordogne is a wonderful territory for sports and nature recreation. Rowing, canoeing, horse riding, climbing, Nordic walking, fishing, raid, hiking, caving, trail running, mountain biking and even cave diving, are practiced in the Dordogne.