Périgord

Bourdeilles

Brantôme

The Château de Hautefort, old thousand years, became over the centuries a jewel of architecture and a treasure of history of Périgord.


Les Eyzies

National Museum of prehistory, in the center of the largest concentration in the world of occupied and adorned with man-made sites.


La Roque St Christophe

Located in the commune of Peyzac-le-Moustier, the imposing cliff of the Roque Saint-Christophe extends on a front of a mile and overlooks a hundred metres the road and the river Vézère. With 5 terraces carved by erosion, it served as shelter from Neanderthals (-52000 years BP) until the Renaissance (1588) date on which the site is destroyed, victim of the wars of religion.

The Madeleine

Located in Tursac, natural site at the foot of a rock at the edge of the Vézère shelter. The prehistoric deposit has given its name to a period of prehistory: the Magdalenian. It was occupied until the end of the 19th century.

Périgueux

Puyguilhem was built at the beginning of the 16th century for the family of La Marthonie, near the Court of François Ier.
It has a very rich sculpted decoration marked by the italianisme dear to artists of the French Renaissance.

Medieval village of Saint-Jean-de-Côle.