Discover the fabulous Dordogne!

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chateau de monbazillac
chateau de monbazillac
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The Périgord Purple: the vineyard and the architecture. With Bergerac as its capital, this wine country has a great diversity of landscapes and a rich historical and architectural heritage.

The black Périgord takes its name from the many dark oak forests. It is a region of nature and rivers that has no less than 9 of the most beautiful villages in France.

chateau de monbazillac
chateau de monbazillac
monflanquin
monflanquin
gabare
gabare
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biron2
biron
biron
Issigeac
Issigeac
Moliere
Moliere
Tomatoes from Issigeac market
Tomatoes from Issigeac market
watch out on the roads!
watch out on the roads!
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The Périgord Blanc: economic and administrative centre of Périgord. It is so called for the whiteness of its soil and its limestone rock. Less wooded than its neighbors, it is a vast clearing watered by 4 rivers: l'Auvézère, Isle, La Double and the Dronne.

Green Périgord: the natural lung of the Dordogne!
This area is covered with meadows and vegetation, it is here that the Périgord-Limousin Regional Natural Park is located.

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