Activities at the Hotel

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– les Gabares Norbert : the origin of the name of the river comes from the Celtic From Unna meaning fast water. Under the Roman empire, she was baptized and Duranius from the Middle Ages it became successively Duranna, Durunia, Durdunia, Dordoigne and Dordogne. It rises in Auvergne in the Puy de Sancy (1886m) and through five departments (Puy de Dôme, Corrèze, Lot, Dordogne, Gironde) to join the Garonne River in the Gironde estuary. The bed is made up of sand and pebbles. The presence of man on the banks of the Dordogne is very old, the Celts have left traces on the middle valley (3rd century BC). wine amphorae Campagnien of the 1st and 2nd centuries BC were found in the Bergerac, indicating a wine traffic with ancient Rome before the viticulture from spreading on the banks of the Dordogne. www.gabarres.com

– les Montgolfières du Périgord : a team of professionals is at your service all year round to help you discover the Périgord, his castle and lots more from above. www.montgolfiere-du-perigord.com

– Périgord Découverte : www.perigorddecouverte.com

– les Grottes de Lascaux : margins of the west facade of the Massif Central and the northern slopes of the Pyrenees offer the distinction of having one of the highest concentrations in caves with Paleolithic Europe. It has no less, in fact, a hundred and thirty sanctuary, the most prestigious Lascaux. The latter, located on the left bank of the Vézère, is somewhat away from the traditional prehistoric sites further downstream, until the Moustier Bugue. This region has the exceptional protective properties of the prehistoric heritage of the many shelters and caves embedded in limestone foundation highlighting or punctuating the landscape. www.lascaux.culture.fr

– les Jardins de Marqueyssac : Marqueyssac castle park is one of the most successful in the history of French gardens. Designed for walking, it dominates with its high limestone cliffs of the Dordogne valley. It offers the most beautiful panorama of the Périgord. www.marqueyssac.com

– le Château de Castelnaud : it is in the troubled context of the crusade against the Albigensians that Castelnaud appears in history. The castle then is the head of a medium-sized lordship; north Dordogne marks the border with the lands of the powerful barons of Beynac. The master is then Bernard Casnac, an ardent defender of the Cathar faith and known for his cruelty. In 1214, the head of the Albigensian Crusade, Simon de Montfort, took the castle and installed a garrison. But Casnac resist and managed to get the castle a year later; he hanged the garrison of Montfort, before being finally expelled himself from the Archbishop of Bordeaux burning castle. www.castelnaud.com

– Nicole ROCHE : Foie gras but not limited to, at La Roque Gageac and Pazayac www.foiesgrasnicoleroche.fr

– Maison Jouve: Another address, to start with the right products and souvenirs to remind you of the magic moments in Périgord. http://www.foiegrasjouve.com/

– Sites en Périgord : www.sites-en-perigord.com

– Canoës Loisirs : www.canoes-loisirs.com

– Gabarres de Beynac : Another way to discover the Hope River. An hour into dreamland and magic landscapes. www.gabarre-beynac.com


– Golf de La Forge : Located in Siorac-en-Périgord in the Dordogne (24), Golf de la Forge is a 9 hole beautiful and most comprehensive: driving range, training area, putting green, equipment rental, bar and restaurant. www.golfdelaforge.fr/

– Mairie.com : Information on the surrounding town halls. www.mairie.com