RENOUWNED AND CHARMING...
On the roads dotted with fountains and beautiful sight-seeing points, you will find superb small villages : LA CHAPELLE FAUCHER(with magnificent castle), SAINT PIERRE DE COLE (the remains of Bruzac Castle), and SAINT ROMAIN (church)...
The "Maison de la truffe " (Truffle House) organizes guided tours of the "Truffières path" and the "Ecomusée de la Truffe" (Truffle Ecomuseum) offers a fascinating glimpse into the mysteries of truffle cultivation.
Saint Pierre de Cole
Its church and remains of the Bruzac castle.
Formerly a feudal city built around its castles and church, Thiviers has become a small town -- the region's commercial and agricultural centre. Gourmet lovers everywhere are attracted to its "Goose and Duck Museum" and its Maison du foie Gras (Foie gras house) .
Maurice Gibert founder of European Academy of arts
Called "Perigord's Venice", Brantome is a well-known tourist destination in Perigord. It is celebrated by visitors and archeologists alike for the museum of Prehistory, many prehistorical and megalithical sites, and troglodyte houses. Its magnificent belfry is said to be "the oldest in France" and its benedictine abbey was founded by Charlemagne.
Charming village in the middle of hill, wood, pond and ostrich ????
Périgueux (about 30 kilometres from Saint Jean de Cole)
Perigord's capital, squares and alleys tell the extraordinary story of a city which has been practicing the art of living for over 2000 years.
Located in the heart of black Perigord, the Eyzies is a tourist attraction and the home of some of the most delicious cuisine in the world.
The National Prehistory Museum ( 30 000 visitors per year), Font-de-Gaume, les Combarelles, Laugerie-Haute, Cap-Blanc, Bernifal, etc.