Always bustling, a great place for a coffee, a cool beer or a pitcher of rosé
Sainte Alvère Market
Every Monday morning the busy village swells with visitors, and traders selling superb local produce. The famous black truffles.
White limestone evident in the buildings of Périgueux gives the region its name. Delight in the architecture and cuisine of this amazing region.
Sarlat de Canada, the prehistoric river Vereze, the Lascaux caves at Montignac, troglodyte villages and chateaus.The Perigord Noir is the jewel in the crown of the Dordogne.
PERIGORD POURPREHalf hour from Moulin Latour are the vineyards of the Perigord Pourpre and the pays de Bergerac. Bergerac, the charming medieval market town on the banks of the Dordogne river. Visit the vineyards.
Moulin Latour is at the very heart of the golden triangle of the Périgord - Périguéux , Sarlat-la-Canéda and Bergerac Try our interactive map and explore just a few of the attractions around Moulin Latour.For more information on our local attractions and many other exiting places, and fun days out visit:www. northofthedordogne.com
It is less than 700m to the lively village of Sainte Alvère. Its grocery shop, post office, bar, two boulangeries, two restaurants, pharmacy, petrol station, coffee shop, chocolatier, ATM and tourist office.Moulin Latour is a prime location to explore the golden triangle of Perigueux, Bergerac and Sarlat.
PérigueuxThe 'capital' of the Dordogne department: The town has been in existence since neolithic times, and later became an important Roman centre. The town suffered a great deal in the Middle Ages through the Hundred Years War and other conflicts in the region, then had a 'rebirth' - and much construction in the town dates from this time - in the 16th century. From the 18th century onwards, Perigueux continues to be an important centre for the region.
RouffignacThe cave is over eight kilometres long and is explored whilst riding on an electric train - making it a favourite with children, though be aware you are plunged into darkness at one point!
LascauxProbably the most important prehistoric paintings ever discovered. Utterly stunning.
Farm Equestre De Belle OreilleHorse riding and treking close to Sainte-Alvére
The troglodyte village of La Madeleinefound near the village of Tursac just to the north of Les Eyzies. There is evidence of human occupation in the rock shelter of Madeleine from prehistoric times.
PéchamantWine region north of Bergerac. Superb reds and whites. Our local wine.
PaunatPaunat is a lovely village whose centre lies along a valley and its buildings rise up on both sides. It has an imposing church, the abbey church of St Martia, at its heart. The church was built in the 12th century and added to in later centuries.
Quad riding funnear Bergerac
The Aquarium - Le BugueIn the centre of Le Bugue the Aquarium is just the place if you have young children to entertain. In fact Le Bugue is a good choice for families as there are a number of attractions for children nearby.
Gouffre de ProumeyssacThe cavernous caves of Proumeyssac are home to some incredible collections of stalactites and stalagmites. From the ceiling hang four huge stalactite formations..'Cathedral of Crystal'.
Sarlat has remained preserved and one of the towns most representative of 14th century France. The centre of the old town consists of impeccably restored stone buildings and is largely car-free.
LimeuilA day in a canoe drifting down the Dordogne river is one of our favourite pastimes. Glide gently past Beynac, La Roque-Gageac and other small villages along the Dordogne, and see beautiful sections of the river that are not visible from elsewhere. See our video below.
Chateau de BeynacChateau de Beynac sits high on a rocky promontory 200 metres above the Dordogne river facing Chateau Castelnaud. It is a heavily fortified château dating originally from the 12th century but modified, strengthened and altered many times since.
Chateau de CastelnaudCastelnaud is a splendid castle at the confluence of the Dordogne river and the Céou river, between Domme and Beynac - the most beautiful towns in the region. Fascinating history changing hands seven times between the French and English.
Les Jardins de Marqueyssac"The gardens of Marqueyssac are an enchanting swirl of box hedges set high above the Dordogne river." The Marqueyssac gardens are close to Beynac and La Roque-Gageac and offer fabulous views over the villages.
The Chateau de MonbazillacJust south of Bergerac the vineyards produce some of the finest dessert wines in the world. Impressive chateau.
BERGERACLovely market town with a spendid medieval quarter. Lots of shopping and street markets twice a week. Airport 34mins from Moulin Latour