La Roque-Gageac, a small village not to be missed 10 km south of Sarlat, is bathed in sunshine and illuminated. Its cobbled streets are magnificent and overlook many terraces while providing access to the Manoir de Tarde, the troglodyte fort and the Château de la Malartrie.
Nestled in the heart of the village, an oasis of freshness awaits you. A linear exotic garden was created by a palm enthusiast. you pass under arches of banana trees and among Canarian palms, papyrus, loquats and oleanders.
To take a step back and get an overview of the houses, embark on one of the gabarres which will guide you on the Dordogne to discover the castles and hanging gardens.Link title
The village of Domme is a former royal bastide which offers a breathtaking view of the Dordogne from its belvedere. You have the possibility of discovering its alleys on foot or aboard the little tourist train.
Once you have passed through the gates of the citadel, set off to discover the small picturesque shops, the old windmill, the Oustal eco-museum and from the promenade of the cliffs.
Surprisingly for a perched village in Périgord, Domme has its concretion cave located under the central halle. You have 450m of coolness while admiring the draperies, basins and stalactites.Link title
The village of Beynac is located 10 km south-west of Sarlat, on the banks of the Dordogne. Its cobbled streets lead to its castle and when you turn around during the ascent, you can only admire its panorama over the Dordogne.
This magnificent medieval village, behind its fortified gates, is home to typical dwellings with slate roofs, a seigniorial chapel, a Calvary and its castle > from where you can see the river and the other surrounding castles.
To discover the village in a different way, take to the skies aboard a hot-air balloon or paddle down the Dordogne in a canoe.> Link title