Located near the most beautiful tourist sites of the Périgord and only about twenty kilometers from the inescapable medieval city of Sarlat and its world-renowned heritage, the Domaine de Cazal is the ideal starting point to discover the most important sites of the Dordogne
You will have only to choose for your escapades between castles, caves, chasms, medieval villages, gardens, markets of producers, walks, hikes, horsemanship, fishing, bathing and nautical activities, to embark on the barges of the Dordogne, flight in hot-air balloon, golf, parks with topic..
In the Black Perigord, you can't get bored! Discover the castles and fortresses of the Middle Ages... Castelnaud-la-Chapelle, Les Milandes (former residence of Josephine Baker), Beynac, Biron, Bridoire, Puymartin, Fénelon, Losse, La Maison Forte de Reignac, Hautefort, Commarque..
Go for a canoe, kayak or paddle on the Dordogne river (classified as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO) or take a ride on the "gabares" (a type of barge) for a walk along the water in the valley of the castles..
Villages classified as "Most Beautiful Villages of France" : Domme, La Roque-Gageac, Beynac et Cazenac, Castelnaud la Chapelle, Saint-Amand de Coly, Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère, Belvès, Limeuil, Monpazier and of character : Le Bugue, Tremolat, Vezac, Saint-Jean de Côle
Famous throughout the world, the Vézère valley is especially known for its extraordinary concentration of Paleolithic sites. Classified as a Unesco World Heritage Site since January 31, 2020 and officially labeled as a "Great Site of France", come and discover the exceptional prehistoric sites and walk in the footsteps of our ancestors!
Why not go deep into the Dordogne and Vézère rivers...
From caves to chasms, it's a whole underground world to discover!
The most famous, the Lascaux Cave and the International Center of Cave Art (Lascaux IV), the Grand Roc Cave, the Maxange Caves, the Domme Cave, the Combarelles Cave, the Roc de Cazelle Caves, the Rouffignac Cave, the Font-de-Gaume Cave, the Grotte des Merveilles, the Lacave Caves, the Carbonnières Cave...The Padirac Chasm (the deepest one), the Proumeyssac Chasm (a cathedral of crystal)..