Dordogne/Perigord/Lot

Dordogne is above all the land of foie Gras, duck confit, truffles, and many other delicacies! To others, it houses some of the most fascinating mix of prehistoric sites (Lascaux, Font-de-Gaume, Pech-Merle), remarkable medieval castles (Beynac, Castelnaud), natural wonders (the Dordogne meanders, the abyss of Padirac) and breathtaking villages (La Roque-Gageac, Domme). To us, it is an unmatched cycling destination! We love it for the fact that its terrain is such that novice riders or avid cyclists will find their perfect rides!

We offer extraordinary rides in Dordogne. Some focus on the “subregion” of Perigord, others on “Quercy” which are distinct areas of Rocamadour… but we also organize some that cover them both: Dordogne, Perigord and Lot Tours.

Getting to Dordogne is easier than ever!

Posted on: April 18th, 2016 by Bruno
Cycling along the Dordogne river from Beynac

With a 4 ½ hour train ride from the Austerliz train station, some feel that Dordogne is far-away place that requires too much valuable vacation time.

Think twice… It would be a shame to overlook this amazing cycling destination! Taking a train from Paris is not the only way to get to Dordogne! With new air service from some European hubs to Brive airport and better service to Toulouse airport, travelers have now more time-saving choices than ever!


Getting to Dordogne!

Posted on: May 14th, 2013 by Santana
Cycling along the Dordogne river from Beynac

With a 4 ½ hour train ride from the Austerliz train station in Paris to Souillac, some feel that Dordogne is far-away place that requires too much valuable vacation time to reach… Well think twice! It would be a shame to overlook this amazing cycling destination. Taking a train from Paris is not the only way Read more…»


Popular Events in France (or very close to France!) through 2013

Posted on: November 18th, 2012 by Bruno

Quick list of noticeable events taking place in France in 2013. The list includes sport and cultural events.