From N21, at Bergerac, take D660 to Lalinde. Port de Couze- turn right D660 to Beaumont/Monpazier. Monpazier- turn right D53- 4km site on right hand side.
From A20, D911 to Cahors. D811 to Villefranche. D660 to Monpazier- turn right- 4km on right hand side
From Perigueux, D710 to Le Buisson de Cadouin. Turn left D25 to Siorac en Perigord. Turn right D710 to Belves. D53 to Monpazier- 13km site on left.
Monpazier is a simply stunning town, founded in 1284 by Edward 1 of England. Its medieval centre is preserved almost completely intact.
Belves is a lovely and lively medieval town, with a typical bastide layout and centre, and a preserved 15th century covered market hall. It is famous as being the 'town of seven bell towers'.
Monpazier and Belves are both listed as 'one of the most beautiful villages in France'.
Chateau de Biron has been in the Gontaut-Biron family from the 13th to the 20th century. They were one of the four baronies of the Perigord along with Beynac, Bourdeilles and Mareuil.
Sarlat is a gastronomic centre, the region being well known particularly for foie gras and truffles. Plenty of shops offer the chance to stock up on these and often offer tasting sessions too.
La Roque-Gageac is perched above the Dordogne River, the village i
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