4 jours/3 nuits
On top of its natural beauty, Perigord in the Dordonge valley is a region of delicacies. From the famous Fois gras to the delicate black truffles, all your senses will be awaken


Day 1: Les Eyzies – Sarlat
Kick of your tour with the visit of the Eyzies, considered the world’s capital of Prehistory. 3 sites are worth a tour: The caves of the Grand roc and Laugerie Basse and the Shelter of Cap Blanc. All Part of UNESCO heritage liste. Don’t miss the cave painting and mineral architecture.
After lunch, visit of Sarlat, capital of the black Perigord. The town is known to featuring the highest density of listed historical buildings per square foot in France! As you stroll through the paved streets of the medieval town, remember to raise your eyes and observe the architectural treasures around you. Accommodation and diner. 

Day 2: Lascaux 2 – Manor of Etrignac
After breakfast, route to the world famous Lascaux caves; in fact, part of the cave is nicknamed the Sistine Chapel of Prehistory! Although the original cave is closed to the public, you are welcome to discover the facsimile of Lascaux II and the more recent Centre International d’Art Pariétal, better known as Lascaux IV.
After lunch, visit the Manor of Etrignac and its 10 acres of vegetal sculptures. A unique example of Topiary Art in France. Stroll through the 7 gardens with new creations more and more colorful each year. Accommodation and diner.

Day 3: La Roque Gageac – Château de Milandes 
After breakfast, route to La Roque-Gageac, with its brown roof tiles, typical rooftops and breath-taking landscapes, it is an invitation to daydream. The best way to take in all this beauty is to board a cruise on a traditional wooden boat.
After breakfast, visit of the Milandes Castle, Built in 1489, this charming castle with its magnificent Gothic features is a great example of Renaissance architecture. But what makes this castle most famous for is because it was bought by Josephine Baker. An exhibition is dedicated to her life. Accommodation and diner.

Day 4: Rocamadour – Figeac
After breakfast, visit of the holy village of Rocamadour, a centre of Christianity. Built on 3 successive levels, Rocamadour is a place of legend and history where old stone houses, majestic towers and a castle keep cascade off the cliff into the Alzou Canyon.
After Lunch, route to Figeac, the birthplace of Champolion, famous for his discovery of the Rosetta stone, today exhibited at the British Museum of London. In commemoration, a gigantic replica of the stone was made close to the museum of writing. 


INCLUDED IN THE RATES : Round tour coach for 4 days, Accommodation in a 3* hotel in half board basis for 3 nights, 3 x 3 courses lunch (wine and tee/ coffee included) , Visits entionned in the program, Repatriation assitance Inssurance, 
DO NOT INCLUDE  : Inssurance, All services not mentionned in the program, Personal expenses



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