Unmissable tourist sites
Monpazier Travel guide
Monpazier : Michelin's recommendations
The delightful medieval town of Monpazier, overlooking the Dropt valley, is unquestionably the best-preserved walled town in the Périgord region, as well as one of the smallest communes in France, covering just 53ha. A typical “bastide” with its grid street plan, this charming town is best explored in the warm light of the late afternoon. Make sure you stroll through the place des Cornières, with its 17C medieval houses and old market hall with a chestnut wood frame.
5, rue Saint-Pierre F - 24540 Monpazier
Hotel & restaurant : This 19th century manor house has a great deal to be recommended for, including its location at the heart of the Périgord region in Monpazier, one of the best fortified villages in France, founded by Edward I, king of England and..
Foirail Nord F - 24540 Monpazier
Part of the Edward I's team has taken over this new contemporary bistro, offering enticingly reinterpreted regional recipes. Terrace shaded by wisteria.
5 r. St-Pierre F - 24540 Monpazier
This elegant restaurant is in a pretty little château and has a different menu every day, depending on the chef's inspiration. He works with good regional ingredients, and you can taste the difference!