Discover the Périgord Vert
Heritage, culture, tourist sites, outdoor activities, nature, history, the Périgord Vert is full of unmissable sites and dates not to be missed. The charming village of Auriac-du-Périgord is an excellent base for exploring the region.
At the reception of your charming hotel in Périgord, you will find tourist documentation and maps to help you find your way around this vast region. Your hosts and their team will be on hand to help you organize the best stopover.
The villages of Périgord Vert
The Périgord Vert is renowned for its villages of character which will surprise you with their history, their charm, their sweetness of life and for some, their medieval past. You will have to pass through Bourdeilles, Brantôme, Nontron, Ribérac, Saint-Jean-de-Côle, Thiviers and Tocane-Saint-Âpre.
In thirty minutes by car, you will be in Sarlat. This charming town in the Dordogne will seduce you with its charm and picturesqueness. Stroll through the cobbled streets and discover a unique atmosphere that will immerse you in the heart of history. Do not miss to take a ride by the panoramic elevator to get a nice view of the whole city.
The village of Les Eyzies is considered the world capital of prehistory. Follow in the footsteps of our ancestors and Cro-Magnon man by visiting the various museums, caves and shelters within your reach. Discover the Cave of Font-de-Gaume, the Cave of Combarelles, the Abri de Cap-Blanc, the Abri du Poisson, the Micoque deposits and many others.
The Cave of Lascaux
The Lascaux Cave is just a 5-minute drive from our hotel with swimming pool in Périgord. During a guided tour, go into the bowels of the representation of the famous Cave of Lascaux. Learn more about parietal art and the lifestyles of our ancestors. Young and old will be amazed during this visit.
The remarkable gardens
The Périgord is also known for sheltering remarkable gardens, where exceptional panoramas, nature walks and calm come together. From our hotel, in less than an hour's drive, you can reach the Jardin de Marqueyssac, with its 150,000 hand-cut box trees, and the Jardins d'Eyrignac with its different atmospheres.