What to do in the region?
Visits, Walks & Outings

Good advice

Our team knows the region and will be able to advise you on the best addresses and the most beautiful walks nearby. 

The Dordogne river

A few meters from the Villa Romaine, you will be on the banks of the Dordogne. Pleasant walks, convivial picnics and nautical activities will be on the program.

Sarlat Discover this exceptional city

7 kilometers away, visit Sarlat, a city steeped in history which will seduce you with its cobbled streets and unique charm. The capital of Périgord Noir is known for its covered market, its gourmet events, the panoramic lift, the Saint-Sacerdos Cathedral, etc.

Visit exceptional places The 1001 castles of the Dordogne Valley

The Dordogne and the Périgord Noir are known to be home to many castles full of history, charm and splendor. We advise you to visit the Château de Castelnaud, built on a rocky promontory, it is a medieval castle dating from the 12th century. Afterwards, head to the Château des Milandes, Joséphine Baker's castle, which will charm you with its gardens, its bird of prey show and its history which began in 1489.

Enjoy the scents of the region The remarkable gardens

This charming region will charm you with its numerous addresses full of authenticity and legend. Walk in the heart of nature, discover the Jardins de Marqueyssac, an unmissable address that will surprise you with its 6 kilometers of walks, its hand-trimmed boxwoods and its belvedere with its exceptional panorama. Continue with a visit to the Gardens of the Manoir d’Eyrignac and its 10 green hectares, in the heart of Périgord Noir.
A stone's throw from the Villa Romaine, Les Jardins d'eau, our neighbors, offer a wonderful walk for guaranteed rejuvenation.

Take a leap into history Prehistoric sites

The Vézère Valley, called the valley of man, is renowned throughout the world for being an exceptional site with numerous prehistoric remains. Start with a visit to the Lascaux Caves to better understand cave art. Continue with the village of Les Eyzies and the Grotte de Font-de-Gaume, the Abri de Cap-Blanc, the Grotte des Combarelles.
Very close to Rocamadour, the Gouffre de Padirac is spectacular.