Things to see and do - Beynac
Beynac Travel guide
Beynac : Michelin's recommendations
The village of Beynac-et-Cazenac is worthy its place in the ranks of the most beautiful villages in France. Situated on the banks of the Dordogne and at the foot of a cliff, it is dominated by the impressive Château (castle) of Beynac. The powerful medieval atmosphere (paved alleys, views to the villages of Marqueyssac, Fayrac and Milandes) draws the visitor deep into the region's history.
Tourist attractions Beynac : Things to see and do
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In the Middle Ages, Beynac, along with Biron, Bourdeilles and Mareuil, was one of Périgord's four baronies. Passed from Richard the Lionheart to Simon of Montfort, the castle took on its definitive form when the Lord of Beynac undertook its reconstru..
F - 24220 Beynac-et-Cazenac
The archaeological park uses reconstructions to evoke the settlements from the late Neolithic period to the Gallic period. The park also has demonstrations of cutting flint, weaving on a loom and firing pottery. A real hit with children.
La Balme. F - 24220 BEYNAC CAZENAC
Le Bourg. F - 24220 BEYNAC CAZENAC
In the heart of Black Périgord, in the Dordogne valley, the Hotel Pontet, situated at the foot of the chateau, is ideal for rest and relaxation. Enjoy a lazy meal on the banks of the Dordogne, prepared by Arlette Maleville, perpetuating the family t..
La Balme F - 24220 Beynac-et-Cazenac
Located in one of France's most beautiful villages, this hotel is a 5-minute walk from Château de Beynac and 10 km from Sarlat. It is set in an ancient sheep barn and offers en suite rooms with views of the medieval village of Beynac-et-Cazenac and f..