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Best Towns & Villages in Dordogne

Discover the top Dordogne towns & villages




    This picturesque village on the side of a hill has lovely white stone buildings and clay-coloured slate roofs. It is officially listed as one of 'the most beautiful villages in France' and sit on the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage route. 

    As well as wandering around its charming streets, it has a 12th century underground church, Eglise Saint-Jean, reaching 20 metres in height. The remaining façade of the 12th century Eglise Saint-Jacques is also very impressive.

    Autoire, Lot

    To the east of Dordogne on the edge of Causses du Quercy regional park

    Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, Correze

    On the Upper Dordogne this town sits on the border of the Lot & Correze regions

    Belves, Perigord Noir

    East of Bergerac & south of Siorac-en-Perigord lies the town of Belves

    Bergerac, Perigord Pourpre

    Situated nearly 120km east of the city of Bordeaux

    Brantome, Perigord Vert

    A pretty town in the north of Dordogne, above the city of Perigueux


    To the east of Perigueux over the border in the Correse department

    Cadouin, Perigord Noir

    Pretty medieval village in the east of the Dordogne region

    Cahors, Lot

    Situated to the east along the banks of the Lot river


    Small village in the heart of the Causses du Quercy Regional Natural Park in the Lot

    Carennac, Lot

    Pretty village situated to the east of the Dordogne in Lot


    Beautiful village to the north east of the Dordogne in the Correse department

    Domme, Perigord Noir

    Pretty bastide town set high along the banks of the Dordogne river

    Eymet, Perigord Pourpre

    Bastide town to the south of Bergerac in the Perigord

    La Roque-Gageac, Perigord Noir

    Nestled between a cliff face & the north bank of the Dordogne river

    Lalinde, Perigord Pourpre

    The first English bastide town & an important military site

    Le Bugue, Perigord Noir

    Situated in the heart of one of the most visited areas in France, the Perigord Noir

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