Mondoramas Voyages


Price/pers. in half-double Based on a minimum of 30 paying adults

You'll love :

  • The medieval town of Rocamadour
  • Sarlat, capital of the merchant princes
  • The most beautiful villages in the Dordogne valley
  • Folklore evening and gourmet dinner

Périgord & Quercy

Discover the most beautiful villages in France!
The Périgord region is famous for its castles, prehistoric sites, villages of character, gastronomy, colorful markets and much more.

5 days / 4 nights

D-1: Arrival

Welcome aperitif. Installation in your rooms. Dinner and overnight accommodation.

D-2: Gouffre de Padirac and Rocamadour (70 km)

Breakfast on board. Departure with your guide for the Gouffre de Padirac, where you'll plunge more than 100 meters underground, navigating an underground river through a fairytale setting of stalactites, stalagmites, draped columns and many other wonders. Lunch in a restaurant. Visit to the mythical Marian city of Rocamadour, France's most visited site after Mont-St-Michel. Meet the Black Madonna, present on the site since the 12th century. Free time in the pedestrian street. Visit a farm where you can discover and taste home-made products: wines, cheeses, nuts.

D-3: Collonges la Rouge and Moulin de Cougnaguet (140 km)
We have breakfast. Departure with your guide for Collonges la Rouge, to visit and discover this picturesque village built entirely of purple sandstone. sandstone. Collonges la Rouge attracts visitors with the exceptional quality of its archi quality of its architecture: gentilhommières, old dwellings and Romanesque church. On the way back, stop off at Turenne, where the town's beautiful amphitheater of houses of its houses. Lunch in a restaurant. Visit to Carennac, with its castle and the church of Saint Pierre. Continue on to Loubressac, a fortified village on the summit of a rocky outcrop, where you'll discover one of the most harmonious landscapes in the Dordogne valley. of the Dordogne valley, ranked among the prettiest villages in France, where time seems to stand still. Continue on to the Moulin de Cougnaguet the best-known mill in Quercy. Visit this fortified mill built in the 14th century in the landscape of the Ouysse gorges. Return to hotel, dinner, folklore evening and accommodation.
D-4: Dordogne Valley (130 km)
We have breakfast. Tour of Périgord Noir along the Dordogne. Discover Sarlat, capital of the merchant princes of the Middle Ages. market (Wednesday and Saturday). Lunch at a farm inn. Continuing on to La Roque-Gageac, visit the small village and take a gabare cruise, a moment of pure serenity on the water, where you'll discover the history of this magnificent region and admire 5 of the finest châteaux in the Dordogne valley. Then on to Domme and a visit of this magnificent bastide on the little train. Gourmet dinner at the hotel and overnight accommodation.
D-5: Departure

Return to your region. Return to your region.

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