There is a lot of touristic information about the Dordogne available on the internet, so there is no need to rewrite everything here. You can start with the links provided below. Included are links on the famous attraction of the region, the Lascaux caves, that contain prehistoric paintings believed to be more than 18,000 years old. The caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. And some links are added for those who wish to be physically active in the beautiful region that the Dordogne really is, very much worth while to explore.
Chez Pochou, a place to enjoy life in the Dordogne
A place to relaxWhether you use Chez Pochou as the base that you return to after exploring the beautiful Dordogne region, or as a place where you want to enjoy the tranquillity all day long, it is always a pleasant place to relax. You may take a dip in the heated pool, sit back and relax under a tree, or make a stroll through our meadow full with beautiful wildflowers to the small woodland at the bottom of our land along the little stream le Moudelou. And for children there is ample space to play. Heated swimming pool
Our large meadow has an abundance of wildflowers, of which some are quite rare. Near le Moudelou you may even find some rare damselflies flying about, such as the beautiful demoiselle. Very often you can see one or more black kites gliding through the air in search of prey. Below are some pictures taken here in May and a picture of a black kite: