Inspired by the Lascaux cave, Continuum is an immersion in search of and listening to the wild world, in the footsteps of our hunter-gatherer ancestors. The artist invites you to explore paper caves to meet composite animals of earth and...
Located in the heart of south-west France, the Dordogne offers a wealth of spectacular sites.
Semitour Périgord, the Dordogne’s largest tourism company, is intrinsically involved in the economic development of the region through the management of its famous cultural sites. To a certain extent, these are the face of the Dordogne to the outside world.
Semitour Périgord is a standard-bearer for innovative tourism.
It is the company’s goal to share, preserve and sustainably promote the different sites it manages, so everybody can enjoy the wealth of culture and heritage in the Dordogne.Go further
In order to boost tourist numbers and optimise their revenue, while at the same time remaining a true a public service, the Conseil Départemental de la Dordogne decided (following deliberation N°: 97184 from 24 January 1997) to create a semi-public, local tourism company which would gradually take over the role of the Departmental Tourist Office.Go further
Every day, nearly 120 partners promote the historical and cultural heritage of the region by helping visitors discover the region’s riches. Our guiding forces are innovation, adaptability and enterprise.Go further
THE BEST of the PERIGORD
A fantastic park and a rich and fulfilling experience! A ramble through the forest in the heart of this magnificent countryside.The visitor is made very welcome. Ideal for a family day out!
Rock Shelters of Laugerie-Basse
The site is very interesting and has been a “gold mine” for archaeologists and, consequently, for museums all over the world. The guide was great: passionate and, therefore, inspiring. Thank you again.
Château de Biron
This chateau is one of the veritable jewels of the Dordogne. From the impregnable view over everything that surrounds it, we can really understand its history, while the architecture makes it clear how many different eras it has lived through.
Château de Bourdeilles
BGreat chateau, beautifully furnished. The audio guide is very instructive. A magnificent place with a warm welcome.
A very interesting visit. The cloisters were rebuilt in the 15th century and are a Gothic masterpiece. A pretty, very well-maintained garden.
Grand Roc Cave
You’ll discover in this cave the marvels of nature in an enchantment of crystal structures: columns, draperies, calcite stalactites and eccentrics.You’ll wander through a cleverly lit-up mineral forest. Make this visit a priority!
In the footsteps of our ancestors and their culture. A visit to Lascaux II is a magical journey through the sacred shamanism of prehistoric man.