Map position of Ancien Prieuré de Merlande (La Chapelle-Gonaguet)

You can find details of some of the places we suggest you visit near Ancien Prieuré de Merlande (La Chapelle-Gonaguet) below the map...

List of places in distance order

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

Perigueux: 6 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: 17 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: 25 km

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

Riberac guide

Saint-Jean-de-Cole: 28 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: 31 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: 34 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: 36 km

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

Plazac guide

Le Bugue: 39 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: 40 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: 40 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: 41 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: 42 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

Villebois-Lavalette: 42 km

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

Villebois-Lavalette 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

Chateau de Jumilhac: 45 km

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

Chateau de Jumilhac guide

Chateau de la Mercerie: 46 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

Chateau de Commarque: 46 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