Map of places to visit near Bergerac
You can find details of some of the places we suggest you visit near Bergerac below the map...
List of places in distance order
Distances are direct ("as the crow flies") so driving will be further!
Bergerac: 0 km
Bergerac is a substantial town on the banks of the river and with an extensive medieval old town. One of our favourite towns!
Monbazillac: 7 km
Monbazillac is home to the Chateau de Monbazillac, famous producer of sweet white wines
Chateau de Bridoire: 10 km
Visit the Chateau de Bridoire, a medieval chateau with lots of games for all the family.
Issigeac: 17 km
The historic small town of Issigeac has many lovely old houses and the most famous Sunday market in the Dordogne
Villamblard: 19 km
North of Bergerac, Villamblard is a pleasant town to discover and surrounded by attractive countryside
Sainte-Foy-la-Grande: 21 km
Sainte-Foy-la-Grande, on the Dordogne river west of Bergerac, has an attractive medieval centre with several houses of interest
Eymet: 22 km
The bastide town of Eymet,south of Bergerac, has some lovely medieval houses and an attractive seting on the Dropt river
Castillonnes: 24 km
Castillonnes is another Lot-et-Garonne bastide town, rather less touristic than most of the others
Beaumont-du-Perigord: 25 km
The traditional bastide town of Beaumont-du-Perigord is an interesting contrast to the nearby village of Monpazier
Lauzun: 25 km
Lauzun has a small castle, but ist main interest is its position in the valley of the Dropt River and the attractions nearby
Eynesse: 26 km
A nice place to stroll down to the banks of the Dordogne river - although there is not much else in this tiny village
Molieres: 27 km
Molieres is small but perhaps the best example of an unspoiled bastide town in the region.
Tremolat: 28 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
Saint-Avit-Senieur: 28 km
Saint-Avit-Senieur is dominated by the substantial abbey ruins in the centre of the village
Les Jardins de Sardy: 29 km
The Jardins de Sardy to the wet of Bergerac are one of our favourite gardens to visit in the region
Allemans-du-Dropt: 30 km
Although small, Allemans-du-Dropt has a few monuments of interest of which our favourite is the church with its medieval frescoes.
Miramont-de-Guyenne: 30 km
Miramont is slightly removed from the tourist areas; visit on Monday when the market takes place if possible.
Duras: 31 km
Duras is a quiet town that is above all known for the local wine and the Chateau de Duras in the town
Cadouin: 31 km
Cadouin is a small village best known for its medieval abbey, an important pilgrimage destination
Villereal: 32 km
Villereal is one of our favourite medieval bastide towns, with an impressive wooden market hall occupying the centre of the main market square
Limeuil: 32 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
Montferrand-du-Perigord: 33 km
The pretty little village of Montferrand-du-Perigord is in a particularly scenic area and has a traditional market hall
Montcaret: 33 km
At Montcaret you can visit the archaeological site of a Roman villa to see ancient mosaics
Pellegrue: 35 km
Pellegrue is a very small village but well worth exploring when you are visiting this part of the Dropt Valley
Monpazier: 38 km
Monpazier is an exceptional 13th century bastide town, among the most beautiful villages in France.
Monsegur: 39 km
The bastide town of Monsegur, in the Dropt Valley, has a substantial part of its original fortifications intact
Chateau de Biron: 40 km
The Chateau de Biron is a perfect way to discover the history and countryside of the southern Dordogne
Biron: 40 km
Biron is a picturesque village with an ancient church and an imposing castle, and far-reaching views
Chateau de Gavaudun: 46 km
Chateau de Gavaudun, a ruined medieval castle, sits high on a rock in the scenic Gavaudun Valley