Just 1½ hours from the Yelloh Village Saint-Emilion, the Dordogne will take you on a journey back in time! Make the most of your holidays in Nouvelle-Aquitaine by visiting the Dordogne's delightful villages with Villes d’Art et d’Histoire status.
First you've got the town of Sarlat, whose various historical monuments you'll find captivating. With fun tours organised by the tourist office, parents and children will be able to unveil the mysteries of this, the capital of the Périgord Noir. And when it comes to fine food, you're going to just love the market, featuring foie gras, confit, truffles, porcini and all sorts of other local produce!
Allow some time to look around the Aquarium of the Périgord Noir too, Europe's largest freshwater aquarium!
And then you've got the culture packed tourist destination of Périgueux, with its 44 buildings with historic monument status. Bring the family along to see the Vesunna Gallo-Roman museum, with its fun trail and its workshops designed for younger visitors.
And let's not forget Bergerac and its wine trade! With the Dordogne River passing through it, wine used to be transported on traditional boats called gabarres.
Come and discover the scenery of the Dordogne as soon as you can; step aboard one of the boats and learn all about its history.
For further information, please go to www.dordogne-perigord-tourisme.fr