Tucked away on the south-western edge of the French coastline, Dordogne is widely regarded as one of the best kept secrets for tourist arrivals and Dordogne holiday homes are asbsolutely stunning.
With an eclectic sprinkling of historical locations across the region, Dordogne harks back to traditional French culture.
Intriguing places of interest such as the prehistoric caves of Lascaux has since been closed to the public due to safety measures, with the government creating a replica copy for tourists of Dordogne. Charming countryside and medieval artefacts creates an experience perfect for tourists that are enchanted by history of Dordogne.
The Dordogne region is also famous for delicious, local cuisine. Its pate’s are regarded by French locals as some of the finest in the country. France
is a resort that constantly tempts the taste buds and this area is no different making it the perfect desination for to rent a holiday home and try the local delicacies.
The slow pace of life at a Dordogne holiday home may attract and detract particular visitors, whilst the opportunity to stay in secluded countryside can take your mind off the stresses and strains of everyday life.