Map position of Abbaye Notre Dame (Chancelade)

You can find details of some of the places we suggest you visit near Abbaye Notre Dame (Chancelade) below the map...

List of places in distance order

Distances are direct ("as the crow flies") so driving will be further!

Perigueux: 5 km

One of our favourite towns in the Dordogne, Perigueux has an imposing byzantine cathedral and an extensive medieval old town to explore

Perigueux guide

Bourdeilles: 14 km

Close to Brantome, the Chateau de Bourdeilles is quite modest compared with some in the region but a visit is still recommended

Bourdeilles guide

Brantome: 18 km

In an idyllic setting on the Isle River and with an imposing abbey, Brantome is a very enjoyable town to explore

Brantome guide

Villamblard: 23 km

North of Bergerac, Villamblard is a pleasant town to discover and surrounded by attractive countryside

Villamblard guide

Chateau de Puyguilhem: 25 km

Extensive renovation work at the Chateau de Puyguilhem has brought a new lease of life to this Renaissance style castle

Chateau de Puyguilhem guide

Riberac: 26 km

Riberac, a quiet and traditional town, is well known for the large market held here each Friday

Riberac guide

Saint-Jean-de-Cole: 27 km

Saint-Jean-de-Cole is a small but very pretty village with a nice church and beautiful riverside setting

Saint-Jean-de-Cole guide

Grotte de Rouffignac: 30 km

The Grotte de Rouffignac contains engravings and drawings of more than 100 mammouths

Grotte de Rouffignac guide

Thiviers: 31 km

Thiviers is a very typical Dordogne market town, best known for the foie gras produced in the surrounding countryside

Thiviers guide

Excideuil: 33 km

The town of Excideuil in the northern Dordogne, has a lively market every Thursday and is close to two of the most important castles in the region

Excideuil guide

Plazac: 35 km

The village of Plazac is very small but well worth exploring, and well placed to discover many local highlights

Plazac guide

Le Bugue: 38 km

The town of Le Bugue, on the Dordogne river banks, is very well situated to explore the region

Le Bugue guide

Laugerie-Basse: 39 km

Laugerie Basse is a prehistoric shelter in the Vezere Valley in the Dordogne

Laugerie-Basse guide

The Grotte du Grand Roc: 39 km

The Grotte du Grand Roc is a beautiful natural cave system in the Dordogne.

The Grotte du Grand Roc guide

La-Roque-Saint-Christophe: 39 km

The prehistoric dwellings built in the cliffs at La Roque-Saint-Christophe are one of the most extensive of their type in France

La-Roque-Saint-Christophe guide

Saint-Leon-sur-Vezere: 40 km

In the heart of the UNESCO listed Vézère Valley, the village of Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère is one of the loveliest in the Dordogne

Saint-Leon-sur-Vezere guide

Les Eyzies: 41 km

Les Eyzies itself is a small traditional town, within easy reach of many of the most important prehistoric monuments of the Vezere Valley

Les Eyzies guide

Font-de-Gaume: 42 km

The caves at Font-de-Gaume are one of the last caves in France where the publi can still see original cave paintings

Font-de-Gaume guide

Villebois-Lavalette: 43 km

The village of Villebois-Lavalette is pleasant to explore, and also has a castle to see

Villebois-Lavalette guide

Chateau de Jumilhac: 44 km

The Chateau de Jumilhac is in the northern Dordogn, within the Perigord-Limousin Regional Natural Park

Chateau de Jumilhac guide

Chateau de Commarque: 45 km

The Chateau de Commarque is an imposing ruined castle that was 'found' in the forest and has now been cleared and opened to the public.

Chateau de Commarque guide

Chateau de la Mercerie: 47 km

The Chateau de la Mercerie is a manor house with a substantial wing added in the 20th century, and now recently restored

Chateau de la Mercerie guide