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Welcome to Bergerac

Perched on the banks of the Dordogne River, Bergerac boasts a rich winemaking heritage and a wealth of medieval charms. Twisted cobbled lanes and half-timbered buildings characterize the Old Town, where you can while away the hours browsing museums, visiting the Maison des Vins, and feasting on regional specialties at a traditional bistro. Alternatively, explore farther afield—barge river cruises or drives through the vine-clad hills of the Dordogne Valley, with time to admire hilltop châteaux and sip Bergerac wines, are two of the top things to do in Bergerac.

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Commarque Castle (Chateau de Commarque)

Commarque Castle (Chateau de Commarque)

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Founded in the 12th century, but abandoned from the 17th century until after World War II, Commarque Castle (Château de Commarque) is a ruined medieval chateau. Visit to see the ruins and a cave with prehistoric art, as well as caves once used as homes. Participate in games, workshops, and treasure hunts held on school vacations.More
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Calviac Zoological Reserve (Reserve Zoologique de Calviac)

Calviac Zoological Reserve (Reserve Zoologique de Calviac)

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Spread out over a steep, wooded hillside, the Réserve Zoologique de Calviac houses a number of species, many from tropical areas. The reserve is home to roughly 200 animals from 30 species, ranging from squirrel monkeys to fossas, and boasts many species that aren’t often found in zoos.More
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