Sarlat and its region
Stay in the heart of Périgord Noir

What to do in Sarlat?

To discover Sarlat-la-Canéda in the best possible way, you will have to get lost in the streets of the city center. Located in the Dordogne Valley and the Vézère Valley, Sarlat is a must-see in the Périgord Noir known for its high density of listed monuments, for its culinary specialties and its relaxed lifestyle. Your hosts know the city perfectly and will be happy to advise you on discovery tours. Do not miss the must-see places in Sarlat: the panoramic lift, the Manoir de Gisson, the Old Bishopric of Sarlat, the Old Church of Sainte-Marie, the Lanterne des Maures and the Maison de la Boétie.

Animations and events Have fun in the city center

In Sarlat, the year is punctuated by numerous festive events which will bring together locals and visitors. Don't miss: the Theater Games Festival, the Festival des Arts en Folie, the Truffle Festival and Sarlat Fest'oie, the Film Festival, without forgetting the street artists who liven up the hot summer evenings on the city squares.

One of the most beautiful villages in France La Roque-Gageac

Located just 12 kilometers from Sarlat, the village “La Roque-Gageac” will seduce you with its old-world charm and exceptional landscapes. Stroll through the streets and alleys of the city center to discover its monuments and peaceful places: its 14th century church and its exotic garden, the Manoir de Tarde and the Fort de la Roque-Gageac, from where you will get a superb panorama.

And its picturesque village Beynac Castle

Visit one of the most authentic castles in Périgord, the Château de Beynac! Watching over the Dordogne for more than 9 centuries, the Château de Beynac will impress you with its history, its geographical location and its exceptional conservation. The village of Beynac-et-Cazenac is classified among the most beautiful villages in France, it is a must in the region.

On land, on water and in the air The Dordogne river

From various ports, you will embark for superb walks on the Dordogne. Climb aboard a barge and navigate the Dordogne. You can swim, canoe, canyoning, fishing, but also outdoor activities: climbing, a hot-air balloon ride, hang-gliding and hiking.

An invitation to dream The gardens of Marqueyssac

The hanging gardens of Marqueyssac are a classified site. These romantic and picturesque gardens are set around a castle covered with slate dating from the beginning of the 19th century. It is on more than 6 kilometers of walks that you will discover all the beauties of the hanging gardens of Marqueyssac: waterfalls, belvederes, rockeries and many others.

And its exhibitions The gardens of Eyrignac

Let yourself be charmed by the 10 hectares of plant sculptures in the gardens of Eyrignac. Constantly evolving, the gardens of Eyrignac will surprise you with their 7 exceptional gardens: the White garden, the Jardin des Sources and the Prés fleuris, the Florist Garden and the Vegetable Garden, the Manoir d'Artaban, the Parterre à the French, vegetable sculptures, but also the Chinese Pagoda.

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