Discover Bergerac and Périgord

By staying in Bergerac you will have the pleasure of discovering some of the riches that this emblematic city of the Dordogne offers you. City of art and history, the city is full of remarkable sites and monuments: the famous Cyrano de Bergerac statue, the pretty Place de la Myrpe, the Protestant temple, the Notre-Dame and Saint-Jacques churches, the Cloître des Récollets or even the park de Pombonne, are unmissable places. A list far from exhaustive!

A local team well in its region

To welcome you, a team of professionals well in their city, well in their region. She will be happy to reveal to you the local habits and customs, the places not to be missed in Bergerac, but also in the near surroundings, the must-see events, the gourmet addresses and authentic... All the good advice to take is at the reception!

The museums of Bergerac

Bergerac is a little paradise for lovers of museums and History. Visit the Costi Museum, with some of the bronze works of the Greek artist Constantin Papachristopoulos; enter the Maison Peyrarède and the famous tobacco museum, which looks back on a fabulous saga spanning three millennia; discover Dordonha, the new heritage and cultural center of Bergerac, nestled in a 17th century stone building where you will learn about the riches of the city which became prosperous thanks to river trade.

Dordogne wines

The Périgord and the Dordogne are known for their wine wealth. A reputation that is not overused! The department is home to no less than 13 controlled designations of origin, including the AOC Bergerac, Rosette, Saussignac, Monbazillac, Montravel... Red, dry white, sweet white and even rosé, the oenological treasures are numerous, and the areas to visit are legion. Ask our team who will be happy to guide you.

Bergerac markets

Land of gastronomy par excellence, Bergerac built its wealth thanks to trade. It is therefore no coincidence that the city has a great tradition of markets. The food markets are held from Tuesday to Saturday, near the Notre-Dame church, place des Deux-Conils and place de la Madeleine. There is also an organic market every Tuesday on the square in front of Notre-Dame, a chrysanthemum market on All Saints' Day, and a surprising truffle market, every Saturday morning, from December to the end of February.

Going out in Bergerac

Concerts, exhibitions, fairs, stage performances: it's impossible to be bored in Bergerac with, all year round, a rich cultural, musical and festive program. Exhibition fair, jazz festival and theater festival (Bergerac on stage) in May, Flamenco festival in August, the Estivales in summer, the Trafik festival in November... Prepare your stay, something is bound to happen in Bergerac during your stay in our establishment! 


Located a little over an hour from your hotel, the medieval city of Sarlat is a must-see during your stay in the Dordogne. Capital of the Périgord Noir, Sarlat-la-Canéda is known for having the highest density of listed monuments in the world! Ancient Sainte-Marie church, Lantern of the dead, the ramparts, the convent of the order of Notre-Dame, the Maison de la Boétie, the superb Saint-Sacerdos Cathedral or the Manoir de Gisson are some of the must-sees of a list of more than 60 classified monuments!

Discover Périgueux

Administrative and historical capital of the Dordogne, Périgueux, located approximately 50 kilometers from Bergerac, is worth a stop. An ancient Gallo-Roman city, the city is full of remains witnesses to a very ancient history which has been enriched over the centuries. This is demonstrated by the many remarkable sites that should not be missed: the Saint-Front Cathedral, the Arènes Garden, the Saint-Étienne-Church de-la-Cité, the Vesunna museum...