Places to visit in Dordogne
Cities, Towns, Villages, Fayres and Fetes
Shopping, Culture, Fashion, Leisure, Relaxation, Fun
Limoges 45 mins.
Angouleme 45 mins.
Perigueux 45 mins.
Brantome 30 mins.
Futuroscope 90 mins.
St. Estephe 10 mins.
St. Mathieu 10 mins.
St. Jean de Cole 40 mins.
Many cottages and villas in the Dordogne region of France known as the Perigord are owned by English people, and there is a large community
throughout the Dordogne, or Perigord, that live in the area and enjoy the long warm summers and relaxed pace of life that France
has become so well known for.
The Perigord is divided into the Perigord vert and the Perigord noir.The Perigord noir is in the south of Dordogne, and probably
takes its name from the truffles that are collected in this particular region, whilst the Perigord vert, in the North of Dordogne
has more lush green foliage and enjoys more water than its neighbour in the South.
These are our sites that may be of interest from an artistic point of view Cornwater fine art the world renowned wildlife artist David Shepherd
and of particular interest to those travelling in France, Russell Flint.
This site shows work by the northern British artist L.S. Lowry and here is our contact
information click here.
A holiday house to let in the Perigord, Dordogne, south west France with a lake, pool, large garden,
and all beautifully maintained, for a holiday that will aways be treasured.