Dordogne Valley in the southern Périgord Noir

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The Dordogne Valley in the south of the Périgord noir is home to magnificent villages, imposing castles and lush gardens that are accessible from Sarlat, such as Beynac-et-Cazenac, which boasts a charming location with a castle perched on the cliff above the village; the old royal fortified bastide village of Domme, which occupies an equally idyllic site with magnificent views of the Dordogne; and the remarkable hanging gardens of Marqueyssac overlooking the valley.

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Address:

24200 Sarlat-la-Canéda

Nearby tourist attractions

Château de Montfort
Château de Montfort
Vitrac
1:00
Water gardens
Water gardens
Carsac-Aillac
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The walled bastide town of Domme The walled bastide town of Domme
The walled bastide town of Domme
Domme
1:00
Tarde manor house Tarde manor house
Tarde manor house
La Roque-Gageac
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Lanterne des Morts
Lanterne des Morts
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Cathedrale St Sacerdos
Cathedrale St Sacerdos
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