Map position of Eglise Sainte-Croix (Beaumont-du-Perigord)

You can find details of some of the places we suggest you visit near Eglise Sainte-Croix (Beaumont-du-Perigord) below the map...

List of places in distance order

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

Montferrand-du-Perigord: 3 km

The pretty little village of Montferrand-du-Perigord is in a particularly scenic area and has a traditional market hall

Montferrand-du-Perigord guide

Saint-Avit-Senieur: 4 km

Saint-Avit-Senieur is dominated by the substantial abbey ruins in the centre of the village

Saint-Avit-Senieur guide

Beaumont-du-Perigord: 6 km

The traditional bastide town of Beaumont-du-Perigord is an interesting contrast to the nearby village of Monpazier

Beaumont-du-Perigord guide

Molieres: 8 km

Molieres is small but perhaps the best example of an unspoiled bastide town in the region.

Molieres guide

Monpazier: 8 km

Monpazier is an exceptional 13th century bastide town, among the most beautiful villages in France.

Monpazier guide

Cadouin: 9 km

Cadouin is a small village best known for its medieval abbey, an important pilgrimage destination

Cadouin guide

Chateau de Biron: 12 km

The Chateau de Biron is a perfect way to discover the history and countryside of the southern Dordogne

Chateau de Biron guide

Biron: 13 km

Biron is a picturesque village with an ancient church and an imposing castle, and far-reaching views

Biron guide

Villereal: 13 km

Villereal is one of our favourite medieval bastide towns, with an impressive wooden market hall occupying the centre of the main market square

Villereal guide

Belves: 14 km

Belves is one of the liveliest and most attractive small towns in the Dordogne and has several historic monumnts of interest

Belves guide

Tremolat: 15 km

Trémolat is a very small but attractive village, close to the scenic highlight at the Cingle de Tremolat which has far-reaching views across the river

Tremolat guide

Limeuil: 17 km

Limeuil is classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France, and has a popular river beach where the Vezere and Dordogne rivers join

Limeuil guide

Issigeac: 18 km

The historic small town of Issigeac has many lovely old houses and the most famous Sunday market in the Dordogne

Issigeac guide

Chateau de Gavaudun: 21 km

Chateau de Gavaudun, a ruined medieval castle, sits high on a rock in the scenic Gavaudun Valley

Chateau de Gavaudun guide

Castillonnes: 21 km

Castillonnes is another Lot-et-Garonne bastide town, rather less touristic than most of the others

Castillonnes guide

Le Bugue: 21 km

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

Le Bugue guide

Saint-Cyprien: 22 km

Saint-Cyprien village has a very picturesque historic centre and lovely views across the Dordogne region

Saint-Cyprien guide

Villefranche-du-Perigord: 23 km

Surrounded by the forests that produce the famous local chestnuts, Villefranche-du-Perigord is a small and unspoiled bastide town

Villefranche-du-Perigord guide

Monflanquin: 24 km

Listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France, the 13th century bastide town of Monflanquin has an attractive arcaded central square

Monflanquin guide

Chateau des Milandes: 24 km

The beautifuly restored Chateau des Milandes, in Renaissance style, is best known for its association with the jazz dancer called Josephine Baker

Chateau des Milandes guide

Saint-Pompon: 25 km

Saint-Pompon, France is a small village to the south of the Dordogne department with an attractive historic centre

Saint-Pompon guide

Les Eyzies: 26 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

Chateau de Castelnaud: 26 km

The extensive Chateau de Castelnaud and the associated Museum of Medieval Weapons are very popular with both adults nd children

Chateau de Castelnaud guide

Castelnaud-la-Chapelle: 26 km

Castelnaud-la-Chapelle is a very pretty village best known for the Chateau de castelnaud, the most visited castle in the region

Castelnaud-la-Chapelle guide

Font-de-Gaume: 27 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

The Grotte du Grand Roc: 27 km

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

The Grotte du Grand Roc guide

Chateau de Bonaguil: 27 km

The medieval Chateau-de-Bonaguil, in a lovely woodland setting, is one of our favourite castles in France

Chateau de Bonaguil guide

Beynac: 27 km

One of the most beautiful villages in France and also with stunning views and on of the most impressive Dordogne castles, Beynac is unmissable when you visit

Beynac guide

Laugerie-Basse: 27 km

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

Laugerie-Basse guide

Chateau de Beynac: 27 km

High on a clifftop and beautifuly restored, the Chateau de Beynac is our favourite castle in the region

Chateau de Beynac guide

Monbazillac: 27 km

Monbazillac is home to the Chateau de Monbazillac, famous producer of sweet white wines

Monbazillac guide

Jardins de Marqueyssac: 28 km

The beautiful gardens of Marqueyssac are the most visited gardens in Aquitaine

Jardins de Marqueyssac guide

Daglan: 29 km

Daglan is a small village in the south of the Dordogne department on the river Céou

Daglan guide

Chateau de Fumel: 29 km

The Chateau de Fumel is not open to the public but a walk through the adjacent gardens can be pleasant in spring

Chateau de Fumel guide

La Roque-Gageac: 29 km

The picture-postcard village of La Roque-Gageac is along the banks of the Dordogne river and also has semi-tropical gardens and ancient cave dwellings to see.

La Roque-Gageac guide

The Chateau de Bridoire: 30 km

Visit the Chateau de Bridoire, a medieval chateau with lots of games for all the family.

The Chateau de Bridoire guide

Bergerac: 30 km

Bergerac is a substantial town on the banks of the river and with an extensive medieval old town. One of our favourite towns!

Bergerac guide

Cabanes du Breuil: 31 km

The Cabanes du Breuil are ancient farm buildings made from dry stone in the heart of the Dordogne

Cabanes du Breuil guide

Chateau de Commarque: 31 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 Puymartin: 31 km

The views, the furnishings and the legend of a resident ghost all combine to make Chateau de Puymartin an interesting destination

Chateau de Puymartin guide

Domme: 31 km

The hilltop village of Domme has it all: a beautiful village, an extensive cave sytem, and very extensive views across the river and countryside

Domme guide

Lauzun: 32 km

Lauzun has a small castle, but ist main interest is its position in the valley of the Dropt River and the attractions nearby

Lauzun guide

La-Roque-Saint-Christophe: 33 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

Chateau de Montfort: 35 km

Close to Sarlat, the Chateau de Montfort is an imposing setting above the river - but unfortunately not open to the public

Chateau de Montfort guide

Sarlat: 35 km

Sarlat is the historic capital of the region, and perhaps the most remarkable and intact historic town in France. Highly recommended!

Sarlat guide

Eymet: 35 km

The bastide town of Eymet,south of Bergerac, has some lovely medieval houses and an attractive seting on the Dropt river

Eymet guide

Puy-l'Eveque: 36 km

Puy-l'Eveque is one of the most picturesque, and most visited, of the villages along the Lot Valley

Puy-l'Eveque guide

Grotte de Rouffignac: 36 km

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

Grotte de Rouffignac guide

Saint-Leon-sur-Vezere: 36 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

Plazac: 37 km

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

Plazac guide

Villamblard: 39 km

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

Villamblard guide

Chateau de Losse: 40 km

Close to Montignac, the Chateau de Losse is an interesting castle that also has very pretty gardens

Chateau de Losse guide

Lascaux caves: 44 km

The Lascaux Caves are famous worldwide because of the large number of prehistoric cave paintings to be seen

Lascaux caves guide

Albas: 44 km

Albas, a village on the Lot river, has a renowned wine festival each May

Albas guide