La Dordogne

Nature and cultural history

The area

The estate is located in the Périgord Noir, just below the line Sarlat-Bergerac. It is close (5 km) to the lovely town of Cadouin with its characteristic abbey and monastery from the 12th century.

Cadouin is a tourist town with 4 restaurants, a bar-tabac and a bakery. More facilities are at a 9 km distance in Beaumont with a post office, doctor, banks, pharmacy and supermarket.

The Dordogne, one of the most beautiful regions of France, is characterized by its abundant nature and rich history: a region with hills and valleys, rustling forests, rugged rivers and whispers, rugged castles and prehistoric caves, medieval towns and bastides and tranquil hamlets.

The excellent climate attracts many tourists during the (childrens) holiday months of July and August. The other seasons, spring and autumn, are also very popular because nature is actually at its best and the silence is beneficial. The whole is immersed in the clear spring light or the golden yellow light of a beautiful late summer with breathtaking sunsets which forces you to rest and experience unprecedented relaxation.

You can visit the many sights and wander through the beautiful towns, but also hike, ride a horse or mountain bike in the beautiful forests, cycle over quiet country roads at one of the many beautiful courses, canoeing and kayaking on the Dordogne or the Vézère, hot air ballooning on the castles and the Dordogne. The Dordogne offers something for everyone on a cultural, historical and sporting level.

In the summer Transavia flies 3-4 times per week from Rotterdam to Bergerac.


Interactive map

24480 Salles de Cadouïn, Dordogne, France

Google map

Start a virtual tour in the area (images taken in 2010)

We are happy to answer your questions. You can call us on 0033 5 53 57 44 02 / 0033 7 83 18 84 62, send an email to [email protected] or use the contact form.