The Dordogne, also known as the Perigord is without a doubt one of the most interesting and diverse regions in the world.
The Vezere Valley in the "Perigord Noir" is with it's more than 250 UNESCO sites of interest, the undisputed "Prehistoric Capital of the World". Prehistoric dwellings, caves, rock shelters and lots more, most of which are only accessible on foot. However, Dordogne has much more to offer than just relics from the Prehistoric era, castles, bastides, medieval towns & villages, all of these,and lots more, all in the stunning and amazing scenery the Dordogne is famous for, hills, cliffs, windy rivers, great weather, friendly locals, and lots more make the Dordogne one of the most interesting and exciting places in the world.
Dordogne Trails takes you to all the well kept secrets that are only accessible on foot. To experience the "Real Dordogne" you will have to get off the roads, and on the tracks.
Let us take you back, to the places our ancestors called "home" more than 260000 years ago.
Ode to the Child Clan is a fantastic 3 day adventure for the kids. Take them on this tour and it will be without doubt the best holiday they will ever have. Day one will be spent hiking and exploring the prehistoric Vezere valley. Caves, troglodytes, shelters, underground caverns and lots more. The kids will love every second of this exploration Day two will be spent enjoying the Vezere Valley countryside on a pony, riding experience is not needed, our ponies are child friendly, and they walk at a very steady pace. Day 3 is spent … [Read More...]
The Vezere Valley in the Dordogne, a region in South West France is the undisputed Prehistoric Capital of the World, and the place our Prehistoric Ancestors called home more than 460000 years ago. Mountain biking in the Dordogne offers a unique experience, offering mountain bikers miles of trails that takes the rider through stunning ancient scenery, riddled with caves, shelters, overhangs, troglodytes, ruins and stunning views. The trails in the Dordogne are probably the oldest trails in the world. In the past 5 years, … [Read More...]