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Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche tourism and travel guide

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Photo is of Grotte de Rouffignac at 11 km from Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche

Visit Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche: highlights and tourist information

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Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche is situated in the Dordogne department and Nouvelle-Aquitaine region.

Popular places to visit nearby include Grotte de Rouffignac at 11 km and Plazac at 14 km. For more sites to visit and local tourist attractions see the map and listings below.

Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche, France: places to visit and attractions

Some of the places that we have visited and reviewed and can recommend when you are sightseeing close to Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche in Nouvelle-Aquitaine.

Note that all distances below are 'direct' and real driving distances will be greater!

Grotte de Rouffignac

Grotte de Rouffignac

Cave at 11 km (direction south-south-east)

The Grotte de Rouffignac contains engravings and drawings of more than...

See Grotte de Rouffignac guide


at 14 km (direction south-east)

The village of Plazac is very small but well worth exploring, and...

See Plazac guide


at 17 km (direction north-east)

The small village of Tourtoirac has a church and river walk...

See Tourtoirac guide
Perigueux cathedral

Perigueux cathedral

Cathedral at 18 km (direction west-north-west)

The cathedral in Perigueux combines roman and byzantine elements to...

See Perigueux cathedral guide


at 18 km (direction west-north-west)

One of our favourite towns in the Dordogne, Perigueux has an imposing...

See Perigueux guide


Most Beautiful Village at 19 km (direction south-east)

In the heart of the UNESCO listed Vézère Valley, the...

See Saint-Leon-sur-Vezere guide


at 19 km (direction east-south-east)

Best known for being close to Lascaux caves, the small town of...

See Montignac guide
Chateau de Losse

Chateau de Losse

Castle at 19 km (direction east-south-east)

Close to Montignac, the Chateau de Losse is an interesting castle that...

See Chateau de Losse guide
Le Bouquet

Le Bouquet

at 19 km (direction north-north-west)

The Jardin du Bouquet is a large park containing 50 different gardens...

See Le Bouquet guide


at 19 km (direction north-north-west)

Sorges is a village in the Dordogne renowned for its truffles and...

See Sorges guide


Cave at 19 km (direction south-east)

The prehistoric dwellings built in the cliffs at La...

See La-Roque-Saint-Christophe guide
Le Moustier

Le Moustier

at 20 km (direction south-east)

Le Moustier is a small village that is home to two prehistoric...

See Le Moustier guide
Lascaux caves

Lascaux caves

Cave at 20 km (direction east-south-east)

The Lascaux Caves are famous worldwide because of the large...

See Lascaux caves guide
Chateau de Hautefort

Chateau de Hautefort

Castle at 20 km (direction east-north-east)

At Chateau de Hautefort you can see a vey imposing...

See Chateau de Hautefort guide

... or see ALL recommended places to visit in Dordogne

Map of places to visit near Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche


Markets in and near Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche

  • Saint-Pierre-de-Chignac: market Saturday (7km)
  • Thenon: market Tuesday (10km)
  • Perigueux: market Wednesday all day & Saturday all day (18km)
  • Montignac: market Wednesday & Saturday (19km)
  • Vergt: market Friday (22km)
  • Le Lardin-Saint-Lazare: market Friday (22km)
  • Excideuil: market Thursday (23km)
  • Les Eyzies: market Monday all day - seasonal market only (24km)
  • Le Bugue: market Tuesday (25km)
  • Terrasson: market Thursday (28km)

More information about Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche, Aquitaine

Tourist attractions near Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche, France

What to do at Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche? Some places with official tourist classifications and other places of interest to visit nearby that should provide inspiration if you are visiting Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche.

Heritage sites

Most beautiful villages in France

(see also beautiful French villages)

National Monuments

Recommended detour towns (fr: plus beau détour)

Churches and religious monuments

  • Eglise Saint Etienne de la Cité (Perigueux) (18km)
  • Eglise de Saint Léonce (Saint-Leon-sur-Vezere) (19km)
  • Abbaye Notre Dame (Chancelade) (23km)
  • Ancien Prieuré de Merlande (La Chapelle-Gonaguet) (24km)
  • Abbaye de Saint Amand de Coly (Saint-Amand-de-Coly) (25km)
  • Abbaye de Saint Martial (Paunat) (27km)
  • Eglise de saint-Pierre (Audrix) (29km)
  • Eglise Notre Dame de l'Assomption (Thiviers) (30km)
  • Eglise de Saint-Hilaire et Eglise de Saint-Nicholas (Tremolat) (31km)
  • Abbaye Saint Pierre (Brantome) (34km)
  • Abbaye Cistercienne de Boschaud (Villars) (34km)
  • Cathédrale Saint-Sardos (Sarlat) (35km)
  • Eglise Notre Dame de l'Assomption (Belves) (41km)
  • Eglise notre-Dame de Nativité (Cenac-et-Saint-Julien) (43km)
  • Eglise Sainte-Croix (Beaumont-du-Perigord) (46km)
  • Notre Dame des Cordeliers (Gourdon) (50km)
  • Abbaye Sainte Marie (Souillac) (50km)

Remarkable gardens

Sites of natural beauty

Towns of Art and history

Villages in bloom 4* (fr: ville fleurie)


Geography and distances

Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche is in the south-west of France at 18 kilometres from Perigueux, the department capital (general information: Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche is 426 kilometres from Paris).

Geographical Information

Commune: Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche

Canton: Saint-Pierre-de-Chignac

Arrondissement: Périgueux

Department: Dordogne

Region: Aquitaine

New region: Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Postcode: 24330

Distance to Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche

from Perigueux (prefecture): 18 km

from Paris: 426 km

from Calais: 649 km

from Nice: 527 km

from Bordeaux: 124 km

from Strasbourg: 643 km

Getting here

Most visitors fly into the airports at either Bergerac (or Bordeaux). Alternatively to drive from the cross-channel ports takes around 9-11 hours. For driving distances to Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche from anywhere in France see driving distances and route planner.

We have 9 other places listed as being close (less than kilometres from ): Ajat, Blis-et-Born, Fossemagne, Le Change, Limeyrat, Milhac-d'Auberoche, Montagnac-d'Auberoche, Saint-Crepin-d'Auberoche and Saint-Geyrac.

This page in French: Visiter Saint-Antoine-d'Auberoche

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