Depending on your preferences and the free time that you have during your visit, here are a few suggestions to help you discover the Périgord.
Bourdeille and Nearby...
- On foot: A walk around the medieval village allows you to visit the famous water mill, the gothic hump-back bridge, and of course the 12th century and Renaissance châteaux, directly opposite Le Donjon
- On horseback : There is an equestrian centre very nearby, so you can view and admire the surrounding countryside with a new perspective
- By bike: It is possible to hire bicycles in the village.
- By canoe: There is a well established circuit that allows you to explore the river Dronne between Champagnac and Tocane.
- By car: It's easy and practical to travel within a radius of 30km of Bourdeille (see the section below for some nearby attractions).
Around and about...
- La Chapelle Faucher
- Saint Jean de Côle
- Les grottes de Villars (prehistoric caves with well preserved paintings, etc)
- Le château de Puyguilhem (Renaissance)
- L’abbaye cistercienne de Boschaud (12th Century)
- Le Parc Périgord-Limousin - a region covering 1,800 square kilometres and containing ten towns and villages of particular historical interest.
- The old town of Périgueux
- The Gallo-Roman town and the Vésuna museum
- Le musée du Périgord, located in the city centre