Dordogne B&B Accommodation

Outdoor Activities

The Dordogne, also known as the Perigord is without a doubt one of the most interesting and diverse regions in the world. The Vezere Valley in the “Perigord Noir” is with it’s more than 250 UNESCO sites of interest, the undisputed “Prehistoric Capital of the World”. Prehistoric dwellings, caves, rock shelters and lots more, most of which are only accessible on foot. However, Dordogne has much more to offer than just relics from the Prehistoric era, castles, bastides, medieval towns & villages, all of these,and lots more, all in the stunning and amazing scenery the Dordogne is famous for, hills, cliffs, windy rivers, great weather, friendly locals, and lots more make the Dordogne one of the most interesting and exciting places in the world.

Walking Dordogne

If it’s the outdoors you love, then you will definitely feel at home in the Dordogne.

The very well marked trail system ( marked with Yellow & Green) are the best in the world. Follow a hour loop, or go on a three day hike, walking is definitely a great way to see the beautiful countryside.

The Dordogne is also an excellent destination to enjoy Canoeing, Horse Riding, Mountain Biking, Climbing, and Potholing.

Golfers will also love the fact that their are plenty of  golf courses.