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Holiday Letting Price Information in Dordogne
We analysed price data and summarised them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Dordogne. It is during one week in July (13/07 - 20/07) that you will find the highest prices for the next months. Prices decrease during one week of October (05/10 - 12/10), when average prices are £82.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Dordogne
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Dordogne. In August (03/08 - 10/08), only 21 are available. September (21/09 - 28/09) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
The Weather in Dordogne
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month in Dordogne, with average daily maximum temperatures of 28°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 0° low. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Enjoy a relaxed trip with holiday lettings in charming Dordogne
Find picturesque holiday lettings in traditional Southern European-style farmhouses and villas in Dordogne, the delightful and historical region of south-western France. Enjoy visiting gorgeous châteaux and savouring the delicious local cuisine and wines.
Tasting the delicious regional flavours of the Dordogne
In a country with the most diverse cuisine in the world, the Dordogne is particularly renowned for its fantastic array of local delicacies. Meats are traditionally based around duck and goose, including the tasty ‘magret de canard’ dish. Foie gras is also popular here, sometimes served with truffles for a luxurious pre-dinner snack.
Wine country in the Dordogne is particularly based around the south, with a huge array of vineyards producing top-class varieties. Bergerac is a particular region of note, producing great whites and reds which include those made with Sémillon and Merlot grapes. Enjoy wine tasting and historic châteaux in Bergerac, Domme, Monbazillac and beyond.
Activities for the whole family around the unspoilt nature of the region
The beautiful Dordogne River flows through many gorgeous, traditional French towns and villages. A great way to see it is by canoeing, giving a unique perspective of this charming region. Alternatively, hire a bike and enjoy exploring, then stopping off for lunch at a local bistro.
To the north of the region is the Périgord Limousin Regional National Park, a sprawling forested stretch of land which extends from the town of Brantôme up towards Limoges. Hike through verdant fields with horses and châteaux in the distance, stopping at Rochechouart, where you can visit many more castles along with the Contemporary Art Museum.
The best places to visit around the Dordogne
Château des Milandes
This picture-perfect residence set in pristine grounds, dating from the 15th century, is notable for its Gothic architectural features. Stroll through the garden where magnificent birds of prey roam freely, and dine at The Brasserie.
Château de Beynac
Château de Beynac, a true fortress-style castle, sitting at the top of a hill overlooking the town, offers dramatic views. Originally built all the way back in the 12th century, this castle is fantastically well preserved.
Gardens of Marqueyssac
These gardens are a huge and perfectly manicured stretch of greenery with an impressive hedge maze, and a château on the grounds. There’s a children’s play area with swings, and you can also try to spot the roaming peacocks.
Maison forte de Reignac
This unique construction is built into the rock face of the town, with a number of fascinating artefacts on display inside. A truly unusual château which is over 700 years old.
Aquarium du Périgord Noir
A fun break from the historic sites, and especially great for families. The centre includes a surprising selection of creatures including reptiles, plus a mini golf course with a jungle theme.
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