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Discovery tours

To help you to discover a region or a village, we propose to you pre-planned and pre-organised tours.

Starting from
849€ / person

Indicated prices are with tax included.


Prices are all inclusive for little and big groups.

Accompanied with guides

No stone will be left unturned, every detail will be completely explained, they know their subject like the back of their hand.


Our guides perfectly speak the languages indicated


  • Guided tour of Oradour sur Glane
  • Accommodation in Sarlat la Caneda
  • Guided tour of the castle of Monbazillac
  • Visit and lunch with a truffle farmer
  • Barge ride on the Dorgogne
  • The Cave of Lascaux IV
  • The Gouffre de Padirac
  • Rocamadour

Get off the beaten track with this tailor-made excursion combining the discovery of places of memory and regional heritage. Book this tour, with family, friends, in a group or for a professional event.

This stay punctuated by walking tours, by coach, small train or barges, old flat-bottomed boats, on the Dordogne river, will delight both adults and children.

The Périgord and the Dordogne department, the same territory located in the southwest of France in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, are full of treasures, vestiges, cultural or archaeological heritage, historical monuments …

Synonymous with nature, gastronomy, the art of living, legends, this region allows you to discover medieval villages for some classified among the most beautiful villages in France, for others, steeped in history, castles, gardens, prehistoric caves and pits …

Did you know that the Dordogne is listed as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO? You will feel completely out of place in front of the beauty of the landscapes, magnificent greenery, vineyards and other natural curiosities.

Among the villages marked by history, at the gates of the Dordogne, you will discover Oradour-Sur-Glane, in Haute-Vienne sadly renowned for having experienced the genocide of more than 640 inhabitants on June 10, 1944.

You will continue with a visit to the castle of Monbazillac, built in the middle of the 14th century in the town of the same name, listed in the directory of historic monuments of the 17th century. Its medieval and renaissance architecture invites you to make history.

How about exploring the city of Cyrano, the historic district of Bergerac, labelled City of Art and History, rich in historical, architectural and wine heritage. The village proudly displays on the square the statue of Cyrano, a character from the famous play by Edmond Rostand. You will also be able to admire along the river different types of barges used over time for the transport of goods.

You will dive under the rocky caves of Maxange, a true natural masterpiece, the Lascaux IV cave, a replica of the original one discovered in 1940, or the Padirac chasm in Rocamadour called the “devil’s hole”, the first site in the underground world. in France. Emotions are guaranteed!

Another equally fascinating place in the Vézère valley is the Rocque Saint-Christophe troglodyte site in Peyzac-le-Moustier (24). You will experience an authentic journey through time going from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages! This limestone wall with reconstructed dwellings allows you to better understand the way of life of our ancestors.

A stone’s throw away, near Montignac, the Château de Losse in Thonac (24), classified as a “Historic monument since 1928, symbolizes the elegance of the French Renaissance. This enchanting setting, surrounded by ramparts and gardens labelled Remarkable Gardens tells the story of John II de Losse, tutor of Henri IV.

Near Salart, Domme invites you to meet the most famous monuments including the royal bastide dating from 1281. On board the little tourist train, you will observe all the riches that bear witness to the tumultuous past of this town. Take advantage of your free time to appreciate the blond stone houses, ramparts.

At the gates of this village, you will have the pleasure of meeting the operator of a truffle field. A captivating story about this passionate profession awaits you. Culture, harvest, techniques used, you will know everything about this coveted mushroom.

In the Dordogne valley, the castle of Castelnaud, classified as a historic monument in 1966, built on a rocky outcrop offers an exceptional panorama. This guided tour of the 12th-century fortifications takes you back to the Middle Ages. Also, discover the War Museum with its collections of weapons and armour.

In the heart of the Périgord Noir, between Sarlat and Lascaux, you will have the pleasure of contemplating the Gardens of the Manoir d’Eyrignac, historical monuments of the 17th and 18th centuries and its set of plant sculptures, yew plants, boxwood … The owners of this family heritage are keen to preserve the topiary art handed down from generation to generation. 


Take advantage of this beautiful educational walk

Satisfy your desires of escape by reserving this circuit composed of a very varied range of activities. From excursions, strolls to guided tours, your stay promises to be well filled.

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Net prices are indicated per person and are inclusive of Taxes.
Each group is particular: the price is calculated with respect to the program, the town of departure, the participant numbers and the dates selected.
In a general way, a group is composed of at least 10 persons paying
Before any confirmation, an agreement will be signed between the two parts. It will detail all the services of the program over its duration.

Our programs are “tailored” and adapted specifically as per each request with or without transport.


This price includes : 

  • Coach transport 
  • Guided tours mentioned from D1 to D7
  • Meals from D1 to D7
  • Drinks during all meals
  • Coffee or tea for lunch
  • Accommodation in a 3-star hotel
  • Tourist tax at the hotel
  • Meals and accommodation for the driver

Copyright: Luc Fauret, Déclic & Décolle, Dominique Viet, Les conteurs, C. Bouthe – Agence Vent d´Autan, CDT Dordogne


Day 1

Day 1 : Your starting point – Oradour sur Glane – Sarlat la Caneda.

  • Morning: Early morning departure by coach to Oradour Sur Glane in Haute Vienne near Limoges.
  • Breakfast break on the way.
  • Lunch: Lunch at the restaurant in Oradour sur Glane.
  • Afternoon: After lunch, you will go back to the memory center which gives access to the ruins of the martyred village of Oradour Sur Glane located in the Haute Vienne department for a guided tour of the ruins of the historic village of Oradour.
  • It was on June 10 1944, that the Waffen SS, a military body created by Hitler, used to mass executions, gave the order to the 3rd company, that is to say about 200 men, in response to the actions of the Resistance, to commit the irreparable massacre including that of the women and children locked up in the church of Oradour. 643 victims were counted.
  • Evening: Your arrival is scheduled around 7 p.m. in Sarlat la Caneda, installation at the hotel
  • Dinner, evening and night at the hotel in Sarlat
Day 2

Day 2 : Monbazillac – Bergerac – The cave of Maxange

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 8 am: Departure from the hotel.
  • 10 am: Visit to the castle of Monbazillac, a building with both medieval and Renaissance architecture.
  • Located near Bergerac, Monbazillac is a renowned 25-hectare vineyard, you will visit the castle and the cellars where 6,000 bottles are lined up.
  • The visit will end with a tasting session.
  • 12:30 pm : Lunch at the restaurant.
  • 3 pm : located on the banks of the Dordogne, you will continue the day with a guided walking tour of the historic district of Bergerac, the city of Cyrano.
  • 5 pm: You will then take the direction of the caves of Maxange for a guided tour. 60 million years old, dated to the Tertiary era, they have only been discovered since 2000 and have been open to the public since spring 2003. The site has been classified by the state since 2013.
  • The peculiarity of these underground cavities is the staging thanks to the passing time of calcite crystals called stalactites – a show that takes various forms and leaves no one indifferent.
  • 8 pm : Dinner, evening, a night at the Sarlat hotel
Day 3

Day 3 : La Roque Saint Christophe – The castle of Losse – Lascaux IV

In the morning:

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 8:45 am: Departure from the hotel.
  • 9:30 am: Arrival at the site of La Roque Saint Christophe which overcomes the valley of the Vézère. La Roque Saint Christophe is considered to be one of the largest troglodyte complexes in Europe carved into the cliff.
  • You will then take the direction of the renaissance-style castle of Losse, listed as a historic monument since 1928. Not only will you appreciate its location in the Vézère valley but also exceptional Renaissance furniture.
  • The gardens of the castle have been labelled “remarkable garden” since 2004.
  • 12:30 pm : Lunch at the restaurant.

In the afternoon :

  • 2:30 pm : Visit Lascaux IV, the complete replica of the most visited famous cave in the world. The Lascaux cave discovered in 1940 has been closed to the public to preserve its historic paintings, which are approximately 15,000 to 17,000 years old. On the other hand, thanks to Lascaux IV, you will be able to immerse yourself in the heart of cave art.
  • 8:00 pm : Dinner, evening and night at the hotel.
Day 4

Day 4 : Medieval city of Sarlat – the royal bastide of Domme – Roche Gageac – Barge ride

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 8:45 am: Departure from the hotel.
  • 9 am: Guided tour of the medieval city of Sarlat, note that on Wednesdays and Saturdays, after the guided tour, you can take advantage of free time to stroll through the market.
  • 12 pm: Lunch at the restaurant.
  • 3 pm: Located about ten kilometers from Sarlat, you will go to the royal bastide of Domme for a visit aboard the little tourist train “the Domme Express”. The bastides or new towns erected from the 13th century correspond to new needs and we can consider a real evolution compared to the medieval city. The Périgord is one of the most beautiful bastides in the southwest.
  • 5 pm: In the heart of the Périgord noir, you will take the road to one of the most beautiful villages in France, Rocque-Gageac, then you will embark for a barge ride along the Dordogne river.
  • 8pm : Return to Sarlat, dinner, evening and night at the hotel
Day 5

Day 5 : The chasm of Padirac – Rocamadour

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 8:30 am: Departure from the hotel.
  • 10am: Guided tour of the Padirac pit, discovered in 1889, the site was called the Devil’s Hole. Edouard Alfred Martel, who discovered the site said: “Are we not dreaming?”
  • 12:30 pm : Lunch at the restaurant.
  • 3pm : Housed in the Dordogne valley, you have an appointment with the unmissable city of Rocamadour for a guided tour. A must-see in the Lot department, the religious city that is on the road to Saint Jacques de Compostela, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Be careful, the climb is done on foot but at your rhythm!
  • 8 pm : Dinner at the restaurant, evening and night in Sarlat
Day 6

Day 6 : The castle of Castelnaud – trufficulteur Sarlat.

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 9:30 am: Departure from the hotel towards the Château de Castelnaud, which has been listed as a historic monument since 1966.
  • 10am: Guided tour of the medieval fortification built in the 12th century. You will experience the Middle Ages as if you were there and you will enjoy a magnificent view overlooking the Dordogne valley.
  • 12 pm: Lunch at a truffle farmer.
  • You are invited to visit a truffle farmer whose profession focuses on truffle oaks, but not only.
  • Above all, a passionate profession, because it is not easy to harvest truffles, you have to be patient, invest and work to finally obtain, perhaps, a nice harvest.
  • 4 pm : Road to Sarlat.
Day 7

Day 7 : The gardens of Eyrignac in Salignac – return to your home.

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Departure from the hotel.
  • 10 am: Guided tour of the gardens of Eyrignac, one of the pearls of Périgord, labelled “remarkable garden” since 2004. It is a 17th-century family mansion.
  • 12 pm: Lunch in a farm inn.
  • 1:30 pm : Return to your home.