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The town of Bergerac

Formerly a town of passage for travelers and merchants, Bergerac is now a city of Art and History which is just waiting to be discovered. You will be under the spell of this exceptional town, its half-timbered houses, its small streets, its Renaissance style architecture and its strong>small squares: Place Pélissière and Place de la Myrpe. You will enjoy strolling through the streets of the city center to discover the different museums (the Costi Museum and the Tobacco Museum). During your expedition in the city, you will pass by the statue of Cyrano de Bergerac, the emblematic character of the city.

The villages in the surrounding area

Continue your expedition of the region, exploring the villages around our guest house in Bergerac. We advise you to discover the medieval city of Limeuil with its three fabulous access gates: the port gate, the Récluzou gate and the Marquisat gate. We will also meet you in the village of Issigeac and its famous market, voted the most beautiful market in Aquitaine. Continue your exploration of the region with a visit to the village of Pressignac-Vicq and its charming church. 

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. You will find on the ground floor, a small living room with 17th century Périgord 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, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can explore the village freely or take 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 Cloister of Cadouin”. This building was founded in 1115, almost 10 centuries of history are represented. The site is known for being a filming location for numerous films and TV films.

The Gallo-Romaine town of Montcaret

For a journey back in time, visit the Montcaret archaeological site. The Gallo-Roman villa of Montcaret is classified as a historic monument, there you will find mosaics, large reception rooms and private thermal baths. During your visit, you will discover remains 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 of Eymet, Bastide of Lalinde, Bastide of Molières, Bastide de Monestier, etc. The best known is the Bastide of Monpazier, it has remained practically intact since its foundation in 1284.