Photo Tours / Information

Here we are pleased to showcase some of the best areas where we have property for sale. We will be updating this section on a regular basis. It gives you a feel for the area and some background information about facilities.

Argentat sur Dordogne 19400

Argentat is situated on the Dordogne River, 30 km south-east of Tulle, 30 km east by south-east of Brive-la-Gaillarde.

The Dordogne river flows through the town and the commune from north...

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Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne 19120

Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne is a traditional small town in an attractive setting on the banks of the River Dordogne – also known as the Limousin Riviera.

 

The old centre of the town is...

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Beaumont-de-Lomagne 82500

Beaumont-de-Lomagne sits in the Tarn-et-Garonne department, and is well known for its market hall on the town square, for the markets that take place every Saturday, (since the C14th).

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Bergerac 24100

Bergerac is a popular destination for UK buyers as it is served by theBergerac Roumanière airport (code EGC), which has internal flights, and more importantly routes to UK airports including...

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Bordeaux 33000

Bordeaux is a famous port city on the Garonne River in the Gironde department. The municipality (commune) of Bordeaux proper has a population of 243,626 (2012). But, together with its suburbs and...

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Brantôme 24310

Brantôme sits in the Dordogne department of South Western France, and since 1st  January 2016, it officially became Brantôme-en-Périgord.

 

Much photograhed for the Benedictine Abbey...

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Brive-la-Gaillarde 19100

Brive-la-Gaillarde is the sous prefecture of the Corrèze department. It has around 50,000 inhabitants, while the population of the greater town area was near to 90,000 in 1999.

During the...

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Chalais 16120

Chalais is a popular market town in the Charente near to its border with the Dordogne.

 

Chalais has everything for day to day needs, including supermarkets, shops, bars /...

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Chef Boutonne 79110

Chef-Boutonne is situated in the Deux-Sèvres (Poitou-Charentes) in the western side of France, just 39 km from Niort, the departmental capital, and just over an hour’s drive from the Atlantic...

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Eymet 24500

Eymet is situated in the Périgord region, located on the River Dropt. It has been popular with UK buyers for many years, and this led to a reality TV series describing the life of various British...

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Fleurance 32500

Fleurance is situated in the Gers (Midi-Pyrenees region) in the South-West of France at 24 km from Auch, the department capital.

The central square with its superb arcades and traditional...

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Gramat 46500

Gramat has a choice of cafes and restaurants from where you can sit and watch the world go by.

Gramat always has been the central focus for surrounding villages. There are two weekly...

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La Rochelle 17000

La Rochelle was founded during the 10th century and became an important harbour in the 12th century.

 

For 1000 years La Rochelle was regarded as  “the rebel city”, Protestant while...

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Limoges 87000

Modern Limoges is largely based upon the porcelain industry, favoured by the presence of kaolinite which was discovered near Limoges (near St Yrieix, south-west of Limoges).

The main...

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Martel 46600

Martel is a medieval town, with the older houses built of pale stone that contrasts with their reddish-brown roofs. The ramparts that used to surround the town are gone but in their place is a...

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Maubec 82500

The white limestone is present everywhere in Maubec. It serves as a foundation for the old ramparts that surround the town.

The village overlooks the valley of the River Gimone.

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Melle 79500

Melle is an ancient town which has traditional French architecture, some dating back before the C17th. It also is the site of the oldest silver mine in Europe still open to the public.

The...

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Meyssac 19500

Meyssac is situated in the Correze (Limousin region) in the centre of France at 25 km from Tulle, the department capital. Until 1738 the fortified town of Meyssac belonged to the Viscount of...

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Moissac 82200

Moissac sits on the north bank of the River Tarn which provides the perfect setting for the much venerated jazz festival in July and classical concerts in July and August. 

To add to the...

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Montignac 24290

This is a very pretty village on the River Vézère is world famous for being home to the Lascaux caves. The river has attractive stone bridge and stylish balconied houses along the river front....

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Montpon-Ménestérol 24700

Montpon-Ménestérol is situated in the Dordogne department in the south-west of France, 48 km from Perigueux, the department capital.

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Niort 79100

Niort is a large town situated on the Sèvre river about half way between La Rochelle and Poitiers in the Poitou-Charentes region of Western France.

Niort has an interesting historical...

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Nontron 24300

Nontron is a pretty market town within the Perigord-Limousin Regional Natural Park in the north of the Dordogne department.

Made in the traditional way since C15th, Nontron knives are...

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Piégut-Pluviers 24360

Piégut-Pluviers is situated in the Dordogne department in South West of France,  50km from Perigueux, the department capital.

The market on Wednesday morning has been held here since the...

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Ribérac 24600

Riberac is a very popular market town with one of the largest and most important weekly markets in the area.

Within the town there is a cinema, a culture centre, a music school, a dance...

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Rochechouart 87600

Rochechouart is situated at the confluence of the River Grêne and the River Vayres on the Plateau of Limousin, about 180 m  above sea level. It is about 9 km south of Saint-Junien, and is the 2nd...

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Saint-Saud-Lacoussière 24470

Saint-Saud-Lacoussière is a commune in the Dordogne.

There are several local lakes open to the public for free use. It also has fishing – licenses can be bought at the village tabac and has...

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Sarlat-la-Canéda 24200

Sarlat-la-Canéda, the capital of the Perigord Noir in the Dordogne is a beautiful, alluring town that has been well preserved, making it one of the best representatives of C14th France.

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St Aulaye 24410

On 1 January 2016 Saint-Aulaye was merged to form the "new" commune Saint-Aulaye-Puymangou.

Saint-Aulaye will seduce you with its green landscapes, its many rivers where opportunities for ...

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St Emilion 33330

Saint-Émilion's is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with fascinating Romanesque churches and ruins stretching all along steep and narrow streets, but world famous for its wines.

The Romans...

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Toulouse (31000)

Toulouse is the capital city of the old Occitanie region. It lies on the banks of the River Garonne, and is the 4th largest city in France with 450,000 plus inhabitants. With around 1.29 million...

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Villebois-Lavalette 16320

Villebois-Lavalette is in the Charente department located on a prominent hill which has a superb château dating back to Roman times.

In the centre of the old town, there is a magnificent...

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Villefranche-de-Lonchat 24610

Villefranche-de-Lonchat, is a village between the River Isle and Dordogne in Perigord, on the borders of Libourne, and boasts ancient origins and a past steeped in history.

Founded in the...

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