Located 5 km from Les Eyzies-de-Tayac (world capital of Prehistory) and 15 km from Sarlat-la-Canéda (capital of the Périgord Noir), the commune of Meyrals is at the crossroads of the Dordogne valley – known as the valley of a thousand castles – and the Vézère valley – known as the valley of Man.

Places and monuments :

(from wikipedia)

  • Saint-Eutrope Church (“Église Saint-Eutrope”, built essentially in the 12th century, listed as a historic monument in 2007;
  • Château de la Roque, 12th century, 13th century and 16th century. It was listed as a historic monument in 1927 and the frescoes in its oratory were listed in 1963.
  • Cave of Bernifal, classified as a historic monument in 1904;
  • Prehistoric cave of the Bison, in Bernifal, listed as a historic monument in 2005 ;
  • Cave known as Sous le Grand Lac, in Grand-Lac, listed as a historic monument in 1981.

Meyrals is also:

  • His artist galleries
  • About twenty associations
  • 3 guest rooms and about thirty gites
  • 2 hotels, one of which *** Relais du Silence
  • 4 restaurants
  • 1 bakery
  • Shops, craftsmen, farmers, breeders, shepherds, entrepreneurs…
  • 1 school (kindergarten-primary)
  • 2 Mobile Food Trucks
  • 1 municipal library
  • 1 festival hall (multi-purpose hall)
  • Farmers Market every Thursday morning from June to September
  • Marché Gourmand Nocturne several times during the season
  • Festival des Epouvantails in July
  • Pond Festival in September

websites: meyrals.fr and meyrals.com

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