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Eyrignac Manor Gardens Independent Tour in Salignac

Eyrignac Manor Gardens Independent Tour in Salignac - Sarlat-la-Canéda, France

Duration: 78 minutes
Location: Sarlat-la-Canéda, France

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$14.57

In the heart of the "Périgord Noir", very close to Sarlat, discover 10 hectares of greenery sculptures. A unique example of Topiary Art in France with new worlds, more and more colourful: visit the 7 gardens as you wish and make the most of the 500-acre-forestry estate through a walk out in the country.

Make your own way to the Eyrignac Manor Gardens, located between Lascaux and Sarlat in the heart of the Salignac and Perigord Black (Perigord Noir) region of France's Dordogne.

On arrival, show your ticket and head into the gardens: one of the best showcases of topiary in Europe, and classed as one of the 'Plus Beaux Jardins de France’ – the most beautiful gardens in France.

Admire the honey-hued façade of the 17th-century manor house and amble around the 24-acre (10-hectare) gardens at leisure as you learn about their history and themes via the audio guide.

Soak in the delicate montage and the kaleidoscope of greens presented by the sculpted box, yew, hornbeam, cypress, and ivy hedges and trees.

Begun in the 18th century and inspired by the popular Italian gardens of the time, the gardens are divided into seven areas, including the Box Labyrinth, Plant Sculptures, the Manor and French Garden, Capucine’s Gardens, and the White Garden and Flower Meadow ... More info ›

In the heart of the "Périgord Noir", very close to Sarlat, discover 10 hectares of greenery sculptures. A unique example of Topiary Art in France with new worlds, more and more colourful: visit the 7 gardens as you wish and make the most of the 500-acre-forestry estate through a walk out in the country.

Make your own way to the Eyrignac Manor Gardens, located between Lascaux and Sarlat in the heart of the Salignac and Perigord Black (Perigord Noir) region of France's Dordogne.

On arrival, show your ticket and head into the gardens: one of the best showcases of topiary in Europe, and classed as one of the 'Plus Beaux Jardins de France’ – the most beautiful gardens in France.

Admire the honey-hued façade of the 17th-century manor house and amble around the 24-acre (10-hectare) gardens at leisure as you learn about their history and themes via the audio guide.

Soak in the delicate montage and the kaleidoscope of greens presented by the sculpted box, yew, hornbeam, cypress, and ivy hedges and trees.

Begun in the 18th century and inspired by the popular Italian gardens of the time, the gardens are divided into seven areas, including the Box Labyrinth, Plant Sculptures, the Manor and French Garden, Capucine’s Gardens, and the White Garden and Flower Meadow. Don’t miss the Kitchen Garden; the White Garden with its box hedges planted with white roses; and the many flowers and fruits growing together in the new Garden of Water Sources (Jardin des Sources).

As you walk, drink in the wonderful intimacy of this private garden, which has been owned by the same family for over 22 generations, and who still take pride and care in maintaining the estate’s 500-year heritage.

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Private Tour of Eyrignac Manor Gardens in Salignac

Private Tour of Eyrignac Manor Gardens in Salignac - Sarlat-la-Canéda, France

Duration: 78 minutes
Location: Sarlat-la-Canéda, France

From USD
$58.27

Enjoy a private tour in the heart of the "Périgord Noir", between Sarlat and Lascaux Caves and discover 10 hectares of greenery sculptures. You will observe a unique example of Topiary art in France ... More info ›

Enjoy a private tour in the heart of the "Périgord Noir", between Sarlat and Lascaux Caves and discover 10 hectares of greenery sculptures. You will observe a unique example of Topiary art in France. Visit with your own private guide the 7 gardens and fully explore this wonderful 500-acre-forestry estate.

Meet your guide either in the morning or in the afternoon in Salignac to start your 1.3 hour private tour with your own private guide. Here at Eyrignac, you will find one of the best examples in France of the art of Topiary designated as one of the most beautiful gardens in France ("Plus Beaux Jardins de France").
In this 10ha site of sculpted plants between Lascaux and Sarlat, you can admire the delicate tapestry of the various shades of green that is box, yew, hornbeam and ivy.
Gaze at the purity of the white garden, the kitchen garden and all the flowers and fruits growing together in the new "Jardin des Sources" (Garden of Water Sources). Your guide will accompany you around the various parts of the garden to tell you all about their history. He will also explain each area's essential plants, the quality of the gardeners' work using the traditional skills of clipping by hand, and keeping the lawns in perfect condition.

You will appreciate to share the atmosphere of the family living in the Manor House in the heart of the gardens : 500 years of patrimony embellished and protected with love and care.

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Lascaux IV and The Art of the Caves in Sarlat

Lascaux IV and The Art of the Caves in Sarlat - Sarlat-la-Canéda, France
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Sarlat-la-Canéda, France

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$163.16

Follow a small group scheduled tour that will take you to the most significant sites that are linked with palaeolithic art of the Dordogne. The tour will include the visit of the National Prehistory Museum that houses the largest collection of palaeolithic artefacts in the world ... More info ›

Follow a small group scheduled tour that will take you to the most significant sites that are linked with palaeolithic art of the Dordogne. The tour will include the visit of the National Prehistory Museum that houses the largest collection of palaeolithic artefacts in the world. Then discover Lascaux IV cave, a perfect reproduction of Lascaux, in which you will contemplate the paintings that can be seen in the original cave. Finally, admire the original engravings and drawings of Rouffignac cave coined the cave of 100 mammoths as the animal is here the most represented out of all the palaeolithic caves that can be visited.

Some 15,000 years B.C. unknown artists created breathtaking cave paintings of which the most extraordinary examples are found in the Dordogne area. During this day you will be introduced to this fascinating art and to the people who made it.

Begin the day in Les Eyzies de Tayac for a guided visit of the National Prehistory Museum. Opened in 2004, this national museum possesses the largest collection of prehistoric artefacts in the world.

Continue to Montignac where you will visit Lascaux IV cave, a perfect reproduction of the original cave. Opened in 2016, Lascaux IV is a triumph of technology. Unlike any other cave visits, Lascaux 4 is employing different set designs, displays, state-of-the-art interactive workshops, and immersive technology to bring it to life. In fact, the atmosphere inside the replica cave is just like that of a real cave: dark, damp, and muffled.

Finally, end the tour with the visit of Rouffignac Cave that possesses original and authentic etchings and drawings. The Rouffignac cave was already mentioned in 1575 by François de Belleforest. In his Cosmographie universelle he cites “paintings and animal traces”. In the 19th century the cave was known as a tourist attraction. Famous archaeologists like Henry Breuil, André Glory and Martel had visited the cave in the early 20th century, but it was only in 1956 when Louis-René Nougier and Romain Robert, two pre-historians from the Pyrenees, rediscovered and confirmed the cave art. After the visit, return to Sarlat.

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Half day Tour of The Villages of the Dordogne

Half day Tour of The Villages of the Dordogne - Sarlat-la-Canéda, France
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Sarlat-la-Canéda, France

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$64.10

Take part in a small group scheduled tour to discover some of the most beautiful villages that the Dordogne region has to offer. This tour will take you to Domme, Beynac and La Roque Gageac where you will have the opportunity to enjoy a leisurely boat ride along the River Dordogne.

Drive to the beautiful village of Domme ... More info ›

Take part in a small group scheduled tour to discover some of the most beautiful villages that the Dordogne region has to offer. This tour will take you to Domme, Beynac and La Roque Gageac where you will have the opportunity to enjoy a leisurely boat ride along the River Dordogne.

Drive to the beautiful village of Domme. With its trapezoid city plan, Domme is a bastide (a fortified medieval town) adapted to the surrounding terrain, and thus falling short of the rectangular city plan characteristic to bastides. The village is classified as one of the "Plus Beaux Villages de France" ("The Most Beautiful Villages of France"). In 1307, Knight Templars were imprisoned in Domme while during the Hundred Years' War, the bastide was coveted by the English who first took the town in 1347 and repeatedly changed rulers throughout the war until 1437 when it finally fell under French rule again.
Then drive to La Roque Gageac and enjoy a peaceful cruise on the the Dordogne River on board an authentic Gabarre to admire mighty castles that line the river.
Finally, reach Beynac to admire the village and the Castle. This Middle Ages construction, with its austere appearance, is perched on top of a limestone cliff, dominating the town and the north bank of the Dordogne River. The castle was built from the 12th century by the barons of Beynac (one of the four baronies of Périgord) to close the valley. The sheer cliff face being sufficient to discourage any assault from that side, the defences were built up on the plateau: double crenellated walls, double moats, one of which was a deepened natural ravine, double barbican.

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Half Day Tour of Rocamadour from Sarlat

Half Day Tour of Rocamadour from Sarlat - Sarlat-la-Canéda, France
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Sarlat-la-Canéda, France

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$64.10

The village is renowned for its historical monuments and its sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which for centuries has brought pilgrims from every country, among them kings, bishops, and nobles.

Depart for the pilgrimage and fortress village of Rocamadour that has attracted visitors for its setting in a gorge above a tributary of the River Dordogne. Here, follow your guide and visit the renowned Notre Dame Chapel, part of an extraordinary 13th-century chapel complex perched on a cliff and one of the most dramatic pilgrimage sites in Europe ... More info ›

The village is renowned for its historical monuments and its sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which for centuries has brought pilgrims from every country, among them kings, bishops, and nobles.

Depart for the pilgrimage and fortress village of Rocamadour that has attracted visitors for its setting in a gorge above a tributary of the River Dordogne. Here, follow your guide and visit the renowned Notre Dame Chapel, part of an extraordinary 13th-century chapel complex perched on a cliff and one of the most dramatic pilgrimage sites in Europe. Enjoy some free time for personal discovery and return to Sarlat.

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Pech Merle Cave and Saint Cirq Lapopie Village Visit from Sarlat

Pech Merle Cave and Saint Cirq Lapopie Village Visit from Sarlat - Sarlat-la-Canéda, France
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Sarlat-la-Canéda, France

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$174.81

Small group tour that will take you to the Quercy region. Here, you will discover the amazing cave of Pech Merle that still retains drawings and engravings that date back 22 000 years ... More info ›

Small group tour that will take you to the Quercy region. Here, you will discover the amazing cave of Pech Merle that still retains drawings and engravings that date back 22 000 years. After the visit, discover the quaint medieval hilltop village of Saint Cirq Lapopie. Finally, arrive in Cahors and discover one of the last fortified bridges of Europe.

The Quercy region is on your program for today. We first head towards the fascinating cave of Perch Merle that still bears some authentic cave drawings, paintings and etchings. Extending for more than a mile from the entrance are caverns, the walls of which are painted with dramatic murals dating from the Gravettian culture (some 25,000 years B.C.) Some of the paintings and engravings, however, could date from the later Magdalenian era (16,000 years B.C.). The walls of seven of the chambers at Pech Merle have fresh, lifelike images of a woolly mammoth, spotted horses, single colour horses, bovine, reindeer, hand prints. Footprints of children, preserved in what was once clay, have been found more than half a mile underground.

After the visit of the cave, we depart for the wonderful village of St Cirq Lapopie, known to be the most beautiful of all the beautiful villages of France. Its position, originally selected for defence, perched on a steep cliff 100m above the river Lot has helped make the town one of the most well preserved in the area, almost as if it was an open air museum. After it was "discovered" by the Post-Impressionist Henri Martin, it became popular with other artists and the home of the writer André Breton.

Finally, stop in Cahors to admire the only remaining medieval fortified bridge of Europe, the Valentré bridge.

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