Hills and valleys, vineyards and châteaux of France’s Dordogne region
Lace up your hiking boots and hit the trail in central France, where you’ll visit medieval villages, towering châteaux, forests, hills and gently flowing rivers on a weeklong walking tour.
A new On Foot Holidays tour concentrates on the scenic Middle Dordogne region, beginning on the river at Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne and weaving south through the countryside.
Along the way travelers stay at waterside inns and visit Rocamadour, an ancient pilgrimage center where buildings cling to the cliffs overhanging the valley. Shorter versions of the route are also available.
Dates: Offered May through October, except mid-July to late August.
Price: From $1,340 per person, double occupancy. Includes seven nights’ bed and breakfast, all luggage transfers, route notes and information pack. Flights and airport transfers are not included.
Info: On Foot Holidays
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