The Château de Monbazillac
Built between 1550 and 1582, the Château de Monbazillac overlooks the Dordogne valley and the town of Bergerac. This magnificent castle can be visited. On the ground floor, you will find a small living room with 17th century Perigord furniture. The first floor honors artists. And finally, you can visit the cellar, to discover the world of wine.
The Abbey of Saint-Avit Sénieur
We promise you a great experience by visiting the village of Saint-Avit-Sénieur. You will discover its fabulous abbey church classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can roam the village freely or attend a guided tour of the village and the castle.
The cloister of Cadouin
Between Sarlat and Bergerac, in the heart of the Bessède forest, discover this masterpiece of Gothic art "the Cloître de Cadouin". This building was founded in 1115, nearly 10 centuries of history are represented. The site is known to be a location for many movies and TV movies.
The Gallo-Roman villa of Montcaret
For a trip back in time, visit the archaeological site of Montcaret. The Gallo-Roman villa of Montcaret is classified as a historical monument, you will find mosaics, large reception rooms and private thermal baths. During your visit, you will discover vestiges from the 1st, 4th and 6th centuries.
The Bastides of Bergerac
The Pays de Bergerac has many treasures to discover. Among the wonders of the region, discover the bastides: Bastide d'Eymet, Bastide de Lalinde, Bastide de Molières, Bastide de Monestier, etc. The best known is the Bastide de Monpazier, it has remained practically intact since its foundation in 1284.