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stunning views, lovely little shops, cafes and restaurants, great cave system with glass lift looking out over the dordogne river, museum tours of the bastille gates where the knights templars were imprisoned, escape game in the ancient bastille gates, within walking distance from the cottage.
A bastide village dating back some 500 years allows you to appreciate how people lived in fortified towns and villages in the past. The village is full of character and history, with excellent alfresco dining options, great views from the lookout and an interesting cave system to explore
Voted Number One among France's 20 Most Beautiful Villages by The Telegraph, stunning views of the Dordogne River and Valley. The Acropolis of the Perigord!
Domme is a bastide (fortified town) situated on a cliff over the Dordogne River. It is an easy but uphill walk from Cenac (10-15 minutes) but is well worth the effort. Domme was thought impenetrable but was captured by troops of the notorious Simon Montfort, who scaled the cliffs and entered via…
Another wonderful bastide town with the most amazing views over the Dordogne river.