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Château de Puycharnaud - Location Map

One of the last unspoiled delights of France, the Dordogne Departement of the Aquitaine region, with it's beautiful meandering canals, charming villages, and untouched scenery, is a delight to behold.

Renowned for the Lascaux cave paintings, and stunning market towns such as Sarlat and Bergerac, and the many Châteaux overlooking the Dordogne River, the area is a visual treat for visitors and residents alike.


From the urban splendor of Paris, to the vineyards of Bordeaux, or the beaches of Saint Tropez, and the excitement of Monte Carlo, France never ceases to amaze and delight a myriad of visitors.


Monumental architecture, a fascinating history, stunning landscapes, and a profound cultural artistic heritage have long made France the nation of choice for many discerning individualists.


Its warm temperatures, gastronomy, and unparalleled wines also serve to ensure that Europe's largest nation is a welcoming host to those who enjoy true quality of life. The Dordogne in particular is renowned for it's truffles, and foie gras.


Direct high speed TGV connects Paris/Paris Airport in approximately two hours. The region is well served by 5 regional Airports including Bergerac and Bordeaux, with daily national and international flights. Both the Atlantic and Mediterranean coast are within easy driving distance, and Switzerland, Spain and Italy are all less than a 8 hours journey.