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Château de Beynac

Église de Rouffignac

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The most beautiful listed sites within a stone’s throw…

  • Carte Dordogne camping RouffignacGrotte de Lascaux : 15 min
  • Grotte de Rouffignac : 5 min
  • Grotte de Font de Gaume : 15 min
  • Grotte du Grand Roc : 15 min
  • Gouffre de Proumeyssac : 20 min
  • Château de l’Herm : 10 min
  • Château de Losse : 15 min
  • Château de Commarque : 20 min
  • Château Puymartin : 25 min
  • Château de Castelnaud : 40 min
  • Château de Beynac : 40 min
  • Château des Midlandes : 40 min
  • Château d’Hautefort : 50 min
  • Jardins de Losse : 15 min
  • Jardins de Marqueyssac : 40 min
  • Jardins de L’Imaginaire : 20 min
  • Jardins d’Eyrignac : 50 min

Local attractions

      • Canoe Vézère Perigord © APARouffignac may be a little village but it has a big Sunday market, and its hustle and bustle always attracts many visitors year on year. The Vézère valley is also close by. It is famous for the concentration of prehistoric sites, 14 of which have been classified as World Heritage sites by UNESCO. These include the Lascaux cave, often called the “Sistine Chapel” of prehistoric times. Vidéo


      • Nearby there is also Sarlat, a town of art and history, which is the charming medieval capital city of the Périgord Noir region. It has picturesque streets and alleys as well as a wonderful cathedral. The Dordogne river valley, with its numerous castles, hosts most of the region’s treasure in its cliff-side villages and is not very far away. Alternatively, visit Périgueux, a two-thousand-year-old town with plenty of historical monuments. Vidéo



Try several outdoor activities, such as canoeing, walking trails, and tree top adventures courses. For the whole family, visit the village of Bournat or the Périgord Aquarium in Le Bugue.

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