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Highlights in Sarlat-la-Canéda
- visit Sarlat-la-Caneda
- Truffle Festival of Sarlat-la-Canéda
- visit the Manoir de Gisson
- Périgord truffle
- visit the Château des Milandes
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Sarlat-la-Canéda
Sarlat-la-Canéda is located in the heart of the Périgord Noir, a region of breathtaking beauty that attracts many visitors. Sarlat's city centre holiday rentals are ideal for enjoying its medieval urban complex, one of the most important in the world. From a balcony or terrace, it is difficult to get tired of admiring the city's ramparts and other historical monuments. The Périgord noir is a natural region that deserves to be discovered. Thanks to holiday rentals in the outlying districts of Sarlat, or in the villages around Vitrac, Groléjac or Sainte-Mondane, it is more than easy to attack the oak forests that have made the region's reputation.Sarlat-la-Canéda, in holiday rentals
Unique and modern accommodation with all the comforts to fully enjoy the benefits of the city centre, and throughout the Dordogne, accommodation with gardens and swimming pools welcomes travellers who want to learn more about this Black Périgord with its magnetic and mysterious beauty.
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Location and orientation
It is difficult to count all the wonders of the city, as it has so many of them. If strolling through its streets, from rural markets to shops selling local craftsmen, is one of the greatest pleasures of Salarda, it is important not to forget to look up to contemplate the beauty of the city. Old Sarlat is the ideal place for this, as it is full of architectural treasures. A visit to the Cathedral of St. Priest and the Lantern of the Dead will also allow you to appreciate two of the city's most beautiful monuments. A visit that requires time, but also curiosity, to find all the treasures that Sarlat has to offer.The surroundings of Sarlat not to be missed
If Sarlat is an incredibly well-preserved medieval city, its surroundings are just as splendid. Swimming in the Dordogne is an excellent idea to start the day with a moment of freshness. It will then be necessary to resolve difficult dilemmas, because there are many magnificent villages to visit: Beynac-et-Cazenac, la Roque Gageac, Saint-Amand de Coly or Limeuil. All these villages, which are among the most beautiful in France, border the Dordogne and offer spectacular views of wild and rugged nature. The Voie verte, built on a former railway track, makes it easy to walk or cycle through the hidden treasures of the Périgord Noir.
Travellers and activities
Sarlat-la-Canéda is one of the cities with the highest density of listed monuments in the world. 74 buildings are protected and await visitors who love art and history. Starting with the Place de la Liberté, medieval arcades and modern cafés welcome visitors on a journey through time that does not lack a touch of modernity. Not far from there, a visit to the Manoir de Gisson, an imposing town house, will allow you to appreciate the customs and traditions of another era. The triptych of Saint-Sacerdos Cathedral, the Lantern of the Dead and Peyrou Square will complete the task of convincing travellers that they are in a city of exceptional and perfectly preserved heritage.Sarlat-la-Canéda as a family
For children, the city of Sarlat-la-Canéda will be a particularly fun playground. If the city's Tourist Office offers them dedicated routes, everything lends itself to welcoming them to the capital of the Périgord Noir. Between the street shows that constantly animate the city and the many aquatic activities available on the Dordogne, they can't get bored. A short distance from the medieval city, the Calviac Zoological Reserve awaits families who love nature. In Castelnaud-la-Chapelle, it is the splendid Château des Milandes and its many activities, especially around falconry, that will transport young and old in a magical world.
The beauty of Sarlat-la-Canéda makes it a popular place for filmmakers. The Duelists of Ridley Scott and Les Misérables of Robert Hossein were filmed there.
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A must-attend event for lovers of this black gold, the Truffle Festival is held in mid-January every year. It combines the pleasures of the table with traditional entertainment and street shows. A celebration dedicated to delicacies and happiness.2. Discover the Black Périgord
The region is full of treasures that it would be wrong to deprive oneself of. Between the splendid castle of Beynac, the abbey of Cadouin, the national museum of prehistory in Les Eyzies and the Lascaux cave in Montignac, it is difficult to get tired of a region with exceptional richness.3. Taste the local cuisine
Sarlat-la-Canéda, as the capital of the Périgord Noir, proudly represents the rich local cuisine. On the menu: foie gras, truffle, ceps and chestnuts. The gourmet traveller will have understood it, Salard cuisine is above all a matter of finesse and good products.4. Enjoy Sarlat-la-Canéda in spring
In view of its countless riches, Sarlat has become a very touristy city. The city enjoys mild temperatures all year round, so it is highly recommended to visit it in spring and enjoy all its gems in a relaxing atmosphere. Exceptional luxury.Discover the Monbazillac vineyard
Located to the west of Sarlat, this vineyard produces exceptional sweet wines, renowned throughout the world. The estate and its cellars can be visited and promise an exceptional day to lovers of great wines.