Located in the southwest corner of France, Dordogne is known worldwide for its beautiful countryside, mild weather, and medieval villages with ancient castles.

Tourists who enjoy cycling consider the Dordogne Valley as one of the nicest places to ride because it provides a lovely combination of natural beauty, with the Dordogne River running right through the Perigord, and of ancient history with many castles and medieval towns like Sarlat, Rocamadour or Bergerac. Dordogne is also home to the Lascaux caves, famous for their prehistoric paintings.

Quaint atmosphere, breathtaking landscapes and rich history: there are many reasons why Dordogne also called Perigord should be on any cyclist’s to-do list!

Bordeaux and Dordogne

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One of our best cycling tour : from Bordeaux to St Emilion, Les Eyzies, and Sarlat!
Price from : 1590 €
Duration : 8 Days / 7 Nights
Level : Hobby or Active

Dordogne and Sarlat Multisport

From Bergerac to Les Eyzies and Sarlat; cycling, hiking, canoe, adventure park/zip line & treasure hunt!
Price from : 1190 €
Duration : 7 Days / 6 Nights
Level : Hobby or Active

Dordogne Best of

The well known name of Dordogne is equivalent to famous cave paintings, remarkable chateaux, delicious food, rolling green countryside...
Price from : 1690 €
Duration : 8 Days / 7 Nights
Level : Active

Dordogne & Lascaux Cave Tour

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Ride your bikes from Bergerac to Les Eyzies - capital of Pre-History to the medieval and charming town of Sarlat, not to forget the surrounding castles!
Price from : 1280 €
Duration : 8 Days / 7 Nights
Level : Hobby or Active

Dordogne Walking Tour

Hiking Dordogne with chateaux, prehistoric sites, medieval fortresses and amazing food !
Price from : 1270 €
Duration : 8 Days / 7 Nights
Level : Active