What to do in Sarlat?


Sarlat is a city of Art and History and holds the record for the density of listed historical monuments. Stroll through the cobbled streets of the medieval city to meet the artists who make the city vibrate, to discover unusual gastronomic events or monuments steeped in history. We recommend that you visit, in particular, Les Noyeraies du Landers, Vieux Sarlat, the Ferme du Brusquand, the Cabanes du Breuil, the Panoramic lift, the Saint-Sacerdos Cathedral, the Abri du Cap Blanc or the Lanterne des Dead.

In Sarlat, many festive events take place each year. Our charming hotel is ideal for taking advantage of all these events, thanks to its proximity to the cinema and the city center. Each year, do not miss its Film Festival, its Truffle Festival, the “Fest'Oie” festival and its Theater Games Festival. Great moments of emotion await you in Sarlat!

A journey through time The Lascaux cave

In just 30 minutes by car, you will be in Lascaux IV. You will enjoy a perfect and complete replica of the famous prehistoric cave. Throughout your visit, you will be immersed in a special and unique atmosphere, very different from our time, dating back thousands of years. For an exceptional walk with family, friends, as a couple or alone, choose the Lascaux Cave.

Exceptional castles and villages The Dordogne Valley

Sarlat is at the gates of the Dordogne Valley. You will be just a few kilometers from the most beautiful villages and the most exceptional castles in the region. Walk through villages like Domme, La Roque Gageac or Castelnaud-la Chapelle, to meet their exceptional panoramas, their typical markets and their historical monuments. In the Dordogne Valley, you will discover marvelous castles such as the Château de Beynac or the Château de Puymartin.

Green landscapes The remarkable gardens

Get away from it all, recharge your batteries and appreciate all the splendor of nature, during your visit to the most beautiful gardens in the region. Let yourself be amazed and seduced by Eyrignac and its gardens, one of the jewels of Périgord Noir, the gardens of the Château des Milandes, the hanging gardens of Marqueyssac, the water gardens and the bamboos of Planbuisson. Change of scenery, rest, relaxation and nature will be on the program of your walk in the most beautiful gardens of the Périgord Noir and the Dordogne.

Enchanting troglodyte sites The Vézère Valley

This space is full of countless listed prehistoric sites that are to be discovered, whether you are passionate about history or simply curious. We particularly recommend that you go to the troglodyte village of Madeleine or to the Rouffignac cave. 21 km from Sarlat, is Les Eyzies, one of the prehistoric world capitals with the caves of Font de Gaume and Combarelles, the shelter of Cap-Blanc, the sites of Laugerie-Basse and Laugerie-Haute, or the National Museum of Prehistory.