Things to see and do - Bergerac
Unmissable tourist sites
Bergerac Travel guide
Bergerac : Michelin's recommendations
Located on the edge of the Dordogne, Bergerac is surrounded by prestigious vineyards, tobacco plantations, and fields of wheat and maize. Its old quarter has undergone significant restoration work which has highlighted its 15C and 16C buildings and their attractive and harmonious honey-coloured stone. This old town, which once derived its income from transport along the Dordogne, is now a tranquil base for pleasant excursions and fine dining.
Tourist attractions Bergerac : Things to see and do
pl. du Feu F - 24100 Bergerac
Don't expect information on the harmful effects of smoking at the Musée du Tabac - this is a smoker's paradise, dedicated to the scents and traditions of tobacco smoking. The interesting exhibits are housed in small rooms, with information on history..
5 r. des Conférences F - 24100 Bergerac
The museum covers the development of Bergerac winemaking through the centuries and the different types of vineyard habitat, the activity of the «barricayres» or coopers, and canal transport using models of flat-bottomed barges with sails that used to..
pl. du Feu F - 24100 Bergerac
This beautiful town house dating from 1603 is also called the "Kings of France" house. It is home to a tobacco museum.
49 avenue Marceau Feyry F - 24100 Bergerac
Prix Prices from : 70 €
Hotel la Flambée provides en suite accommodation in Bergerac. It has an outdoor swimming pool and a restaurant. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. Each Flambée room is equipped with an en suite bathroom and satellite TV. Guests are invit..
9 route d'Agen, Domaine de Lespinassat F - 24100 Bergerac
The Verotel Hotel is located a 5-minute drive from Bergerac city centre and Bergerac Airport. It has outdoor swimming pool, terrace and guest rooms with free WiFi and LCD cable TV. Guests of the Verotel Hotel can enjoy a drink in the hotel’s bar. Th..
38 Place Gambetta F - 24100 Bergerac
The Hôtel De Bordeaux offers a warm welcome, comfortable rooms and an outdoor swimming pool. It is in a peaceful setting near Bergerac’s historic old town. Guest rooms are air-conditioned and individually decorated. They include an en suite bathroom..
49 av. Marceau-Feyry F - 24100 Bergerac
This exceedingly inviting Périgord setting has exposed stone walls, beams and a fireplace. The food is of course regional... but also features fish.
15 r. Mounet-Sully F - 24100 Bergerac
A 'new era' has come in this restaurant. It has been taken over by Vincent Lucas, the chef from the renowned La Gentilhommière in Sainte Sabine Born (30km away). A bistro version of fine cuisine? There is an element of that as you scan the blackboard..
14 r. St-Clar F - 24100 Bergerac
Crispy prawns with peppermint, beetroot guacamole and poitrine de cochon laquée au tamarin (lacquered belly of pork with tamarind), green Puy lentil stew... In this friendly little restaurant in historic Bergerac, the young chef turns his (bright) id..
8 r. des Fontaines F - 24100 Bergerac
In this medieval building in old Bergerac, the cooking is very much of the present! Regionally inspired flavoursome cuisine with a hint of exoticism. Excellent value for money.
21 pl. Louis-de-la-Bardonnie F - 24100 Bergerac
This elegant bistro has an open kitchen where you can watch the chef at work as he creates his inventive dishes that are full of flavour. Good "bistronomy" cuisine.