Where to go in Dordogne?

Your campsite in Daglan

village de DaglanDaglan is a small village of about 500 inhabitants, renovated respecting the architecture of the Périgord in the 90s, with a supermarket, a post office, a tourist office, a bakery, three restaurants, bars, a bank, a library, festive events such as the popular ball and fair in August and many other festivities and events throughout the year, a market every Sunday morning and since this year the summer truffle market….

Daglan is ideally located in the Céou Valley in the south of the Dordogne, less than 10 kilometres away, discover 5 of France’s most beautiful villages, castles of all periods, extraordinary gardens and varied landscapes of colours, rocks and shapes.
It was once a very prosperous village, thanks in particular to the cultivation of the vine, you will be able to see it when you walk through the streets and admire the sumptuous houses, the town hall, the shops, the mill…

Daglan en PérigordDaglan has passed through the ages and has a fairly dense history of historical facts
This small village, away from the crowds, will be appreciated during the summer, on the Chemin de la Levade to swim in the fresh water of the Céou, in the waterfalls and relax on the beach.

Next to the tourist office, you can visit the dry stone house and the exhibition of tools and objects of the past.

Daglan, “artist’s village”, painter, jeweller, hatter, sculptor, writer…

Gourmet gourmets will also enjoy it, our region is full of small restaurants, varying in price, quality and theme. Here is a small selection of those who are near us.

Feel free to ask us to reserve a table for you !

restaurant Le Petit Paris

Le Petit Paris

Le petit Paris, located in a beautiful Perigord house, renowned for its gastronomy and having obtained two forks in the Michelin Guide.

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Phone : + 33 (0)5 53 28 41 10

 

restaurant Chez Fabrice

La Cantine de Fabrice le Chef

Restaurant and caterer in a picturesque setting that will make you appreciate the Périgourdine cuisine.

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Phone : + 33 (0)6 83 22 61 92

 

carte voie verte piste cyclable

veloThe green voice at the bottom of the campsite is appreciated by sports enthusiasts but also by amateurs who just want to walk peacefully, you can go from village to village between Bouzic, Castelnaud, Florimont Gaumier, Saint-Cybranet, Saint-Laurent la Vallée, Saint-Pompon and Veyrines de Domme.

Top 10 around Daglan

Daglan is a strategic place to discover the most beautiful sites of the Périgord Noir, we offer you the top 10 most beautiful visits around Daglan, but there is much more that we will be able to advise you with great pleasure.
At the bend of small country roads, do not hesitate to make your holiday a real discovery of the characterful villages of the Dordogne valley.

Château de Castelnaud

credits : Château de Castelnaud

Top 1 : Castelnaud-la-Chapelle

One of the most beautiful villages in France, overlooking the Dordogne, its 12th century fortified castle, its typical houses, its dovecotes, its cliffs, its panoramas make Castelnaud-la-Chapelle an exceptional place, undoubtedly containing secrets that only stone holds. You can enjoy outdoor leisure activities in a unique setting.

Domme

credits : Jochen Jahnke

Top 2 : Domme

One of the most beautiful villages in France, the bastide of Domme is a place full of beauty. From the belvedere, you will enjoy the spectacular view of the Dordogne, in the distance the cliffs of La Roque-Gageac take shape, the plains and walnut trees in harmony in the setting.
Under the Bastide is the cave with 450 metres of gallery and you will enjoy the view of the valley during the lift up.

La Roque Gageac

credits : Jebulon

Top 3 : La Roque-Gageac

La Roque-Gageac is located between the steep cliffs and facing the Dordogne, you can take beautiful walks in Gabares, a moment of calm and zenitude while enjoying the banks of the river.
Thanks to an exceptional exposure, you will cross an amazing exotic flora.

Château de Beynac

credits : Gentil Hibou

Top 4 : Beynac-et-Cazenac

Classified among the most beautiful villages in France, Beynac-et Cazenac can be seen by the imposing 12th century castle which dominates the Dordogne river, and is classified as a Historical Monument.

château des Milandes

Top 5 : The castle of Milandes

A moving castle of history surrounded by a garden magnificently arranged in the hollow of the Dordogne valley.

Sarlat

Top 6 : Sarlat-La-Caneda

Sarlat is the great capital of the Périgord Noir, this historic city abounds in many picturesque alleys, squares, fountains, shops, tourists love to stroll along its markets.

Jardins de Marqueyssac

Top 7 : The gardens of Marqueyssac

A beautiful day in these beautifully landscaped gardens, different perspectives and a panoramic viewpoint with breathtaking views of the Dordogne Valley. Activities organized in high season for children and Easter egg hunting.

Monpazier

Top 8 : Monpazier

Monpazier is an old bastide of the temple order with a central square around which the rectangular streets are grouped in Romanesque style.

village de Belvès

credits : Mossot

Top 9 : Belvès

Medieval fortified city of the 11th century perched on a rock, classified as one of the “Most Beautiful Villages in France”.

Moncalou

Top 10 : View point on the Tour of Moncalou

The watchtower in Moncalou, which overlooks the vineyards and the Domme wine cellar. At its summit, admire the 360-degree panorama over the valleys of the Dordogne, from the Céou to the borders of the Lot.

The gastronomy of Perigord

gastronomie perigourdineThe Périgord region will stimulate your taste buds with a traditional but gastronomic cuisine, a cuisine made of confit, tourin, salardaise, foie gras, truffles, character wines, cheeses and many other delicious culinary products.

Truffe, Cèpe, Foie gras…

Above the summer truffle bought at the truffle market in Daglan.
Truffles can be prepared in different ways, but simply on a slice of buttered bread, a touch of fleur de sel, a few turns of the pepper mill, a delight.
The truffle is a fungus that grows underground, near the roots of some trees, especially oaks. The truffle likes a calcareous and dry soil. Where it grows, the vegetation disappears. Trained pigs or dogs detect truffles when they reach maturity.

 

MORE TOURIST INFOS

Consult the websites of the Tourist Offices of Sarlat and the Céou Valley :

OT Sarlat
 

OT Daglan - Céou