Gites in Dordogne and Lot & Garonne

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Southwest France, covering the areas around  Perigueux (Perigord), Bergerac and Agen

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Map of Dordogne Lot & GaronneArea 4 . South west France

Dordogne & Lot et Garonne - inland Aquitaine

Includes the following French départements:
24 Dordogne -  47 Lot et Garonne:

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24 -  Dordogne gites

47 -   Lot et Garonne gites

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  Dordogne and Lot & Garonne

The departments of Dordogne - capital Périgueux -  and Lot & Garonne - capital Agen -  stretch from the low-lying Atlantic coastal plain to the foothills of the Massif Central on the borders with the Limousin region. The area has long been popular with visitors from Britain, Holland and other parts of Europe, as well as Parisians, many of whom have retired to this part of rural France and renovated old country cottages as gites.
    In much of the region, traditional houses are built in the local honey-coloured limestone. Dordogne is also celebrated for its beautiful villages, castles and also prehistoric sites including the world-famous Lascaux caves.
 For the French, Dordogne - more commonly known as Périgord -  is best known for its famous cuisine, and regional specialities such as paté de foie gras and truffles, walnut oil are known throughout France and well beyond. Lot et Garonne is famous for its fruit and vergetables, including Agen prunes and Marmande tomatoes.

Getting to the the Dordogne area:

Driving times
7 to 12 hours from Calais or Lille under normal driving conditions.
Best access routes from UK, Belgium or Holland:
Western channel crossings to Roscoff, Cherbourg or Caen. From Calais, motorway via Rouen,Orleans, A71 and A20. See Driving in France
Fly to the Dordogne
Regional airports: Brive la Gaillarde, Bergerac, Rodez , Bordeaux, Limoges.
Airlines serving this region: Flybe Jet2 Easyjet

Regional information:

 Dordogne area guide - all the Dordogne valley area

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