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Do you know the best attractions in the Dordogne? Elyse and Annie share their favorites with this great list that will get you started in your own discovery of Prehistoric Art and Lascaux 4 in the Dordogne. But there are also many early human shelters and amazing chateaux to choose from in the Dordogne!
Best Attractions in the Dordogne
This area is called the Périgord Noir and we find it is one of the best areas to visit for a family vacation. The question is, there are so many attractions to see, how do you choose? As you drive around the countryside (and this is definitely driving country!) you will constantly see signs for museums, prehistoric shelters, historical farms, plus castles that you can visit. In this episode we talk about the ones we think are definitely worth a visit and why.
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- Château de Castelnaud
- Château de Losse
- Château of Beynac-et-Cazenac
- Jardins de Marqueyssac
- Lascaux 4
- Laugerie Basse
- Laugerie Haute
- Le Thot
- Les Eyzies
- Musée National de la Préhistoire
- Périgord Blanc
- Périgord Noir
- Périgord Pourpre
- Périgord Vert
- Vallée de l'Homme
- Valley of the Vézère
When it comes to Prehistoric Art in the Dordogne, we think that the one place you cannot skip is Lascaux 4. Beyond that, you will need to make a lot of choices and hopefully today's detailed descriptions of what you can expect to find in the Dordogne will make that easier for you. And if you'd like to get Annie's list of Dordogne attractions when it's ready, sign-up for the extras!