The Dordogne is a river in south-central and southwest France. The Dordogne
and its watershed was designated Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO on July ...
A guide to the Dordogne valley and surrounding area, from Bergerac to the
Oct 14, 2015 ... The lifeline to this timeless pastoral magnificence is the Dordogne itself, the river
which ribbons across the region on a 300-mile journey from its ...
The Vezere river crosses the east of the department with the most popular part of
the Vézère running north-east from Limeuil, where it meets the Dordogne, to ...
Dordogne River, river in southwestern France, rising in the Massif Central and
flowing west for 293 mi (472 km) to Bec d'Ambès, north of Bordeaux, where it ...
The Dordogne river crosses much of south-west France, a journey of almost 500
kilometres from its source in the mountains of the Massif Central to its final ...
Enjoy a spectacular river cruise along the Dordogne River as it flows through the
beautiful French countryside. Travel in style with Viking River Cruises.
Nov 8, 2013 ... The beautiful Château de Beynac is perched atop the village of Beynac-et-
Cazenac on the banks of the Dordogne River. (Andrew Montgomery).
Commonly called the “Grande Aygue”, the Dordogne models the country-side.
The locals have since a long time had to accept the flooding, the caprices and the
Versailles in the sky A dizzying 400 feet above the Dordogne River, the Jardin de
Marqueyssac is a glorious garden with a 3-km (2-mile) maze of topiaries, ...