The Perigord Noir is located in the south east of the Dordogne department. Together with the green, white and purple Perigords, it is one of the four entities of this tourist region. It is known for its castles, prehistoric sites, medieval villages and landscapes.

The 12 most visited sites of the department :
(and their distance from the Auberge de Meyrals)

– Lascaux II : 271 360 visitors (27.4 km)

– Castelnaud Castle: 236,000 visitors (18.9 km)

– Marqueyssac Park: 193,000 visitors (17.2 km)

– La Roque Saint Christophe : 163,886 visitors (16.1 km)

– Château de Beynac: 140,000 visitors (15.9 km)

– Proumeyssac Chasm: 135,300 visitors (12.9 km)

– Aquarium du Périgord Noir : 135,000 visitors (13.3 km)

– Le Village du Bournat: 125,000 visitors (13.4 km)

– International Prehistoric Site: 105,991 visitors (6.8 km)

– Château des Milandes : 96 171 visitors (14,4 km)

– Les Jardins du Manoir d’Eyrignac : 92,314 visitors (29.9 km)

– Le Thot Espace Cro-Magnon : 86,531 visitors (22.1 km)

The replica of the Lascaux 4 cave, opened at the International Parietal Art Centre in Montignac at the end of 2016, received nearly 500,000 visitors in its first year.

Source : https://www.dordogne-perigord-tourisme.fr/administration/cdt_24/images/file/Espace%20Pro/Observatoire/Tableau-de-bord-annee-2017.pdf

Useful links :

https://www.dordogne-perigord-tourisme.fr

http://www.sarlat-tourisme.com

https://pro.sarlat-tourisme.com

http://www.guide-du-perigord.com

http://www.perigordnoir-valleedordogne.com

https://www.vallee-dordogne.com

http://www.lascaux-dordogne.com

http://www.perigordnoir.com

https://www.festivalmusiqueperigordnoir.com

http://www.guide-du-perigord.com

http://www.best-of-perigord.tm.fr/sites/sites.php

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