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Best things to do in Vézac

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“Set on a plateau overlooking the Dordogne river and valley, these stunning gardens that have been featured on BBC 2's Gardeners World are a great place to visit for the whole family. Children will love running through the parkland and playing in the play areas. During July & August every Thursday there are candlelit evenings with jazz music, take a picnic and enjoy a new experience.”
83 locals recommend
“Castelnaud is a lovely castle, restored to its nearly original state in recent decades. Like many of the castles in this short stretch along the Dordogne river it is situated on a bluff with magnificent views both up and down river. Chateau Beynac is clearly visible, where the English were kept under watch (and vice versa)! There are great displays of catapults and a small but fascinating museum of medieval implements of warfare and torture. Well worth the visit.”
50 locals recommend
Harbor / Marina
“Hire a canoe and meander down the River Dordogne float past castles and towns built into rock walls. Moor up and open a bottle of wine break some bread add some cheese and relax”
14 locals recommend
“Ticks all the boxes for a perfect special dinner: location, ambiance, décor, cuisine, presentation, service. Book early and ask for terrace seating.”
10 locals recommend
Harbor / Marina
“This is one of the most beautiful villages in France. It sits of the banks of the Dordogne river in a gorge setting. The village is built into the cliffs and dates back 500 years. You can enjoy the beautiful character of the village, climb up to the troglodyte caves, take a river boat cruise, have a drink or meal at a cafe or restaurant al fresco next to and overlooking the river and take photos of this wonderful village.”
79 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“Take a slow trip in a replica Gabare and allow yourself to be immersed in a little slice of history as your river boat guide explains the fasinating story of this incredible section of the River Dordogne's history”
8 locals recommend
Sublocality Level 1
“The chateau was fortified and important during the 100 Years War and there are displays of ancient weapons, including working models of war catapults that hurl huge rocks.”
3 locals recommend
“Ici c'est du local et c'est du bon ! Belle vue sur le château de Beynac depuis la terrasse.”
2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
1 local recommends
“le jardin le plus visité du Périgord. Aménagé sur un éperon rocheux, le parc domine la vallée de la Dordogne, offre l’un des plus beaux panoramas. Buis plantés au XIXe siècle.”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
1 local recommends
Pizza Place
Convenience Store
1 local recommends
Boat or Ferry
“ballade commentée sur la Dordogne ,très agréable et pas besoin de ramer .A conseiller avec enfant en bas age ou si vous ne souhaitez pas faire trop d'effort physique.”
1 local recommends
Botanical Garden
“The gardens are just beautiful and there is a stunning tea room set at the top with views of the Dordogne river and valleys. There is a childrens play area . In July and August there are magical candlelit evenings o Thursday nights, with live music and childrens entertainment.”
1 local recommends
Grocery or Supermarket
“Le FOIE GRAS y est juste excellent ! Vous pourrez le déguster et bien entendu l'acheter ou même le faire expédier. A l'étage une auberge dans laquelle vous pourrez réserver votre table pour y déjeuner ! ”
1 local recommends