Visiting the Dordogne Region After a Bordeaux Cruise

 Visit the Dordogne Region

Dordogne regionWith the largest concentration of chateau in France as well as great wines and gastronomy, the Dordogne is a great area to visit. One of the places to visit is Beynac-et-Cazenac and Cliff-top villages Domme. The beautiful scenery represents so much life viewers are amazed by the magnificent views they are privy to. The castle has great views and everything looks as if it was in a picture. Sarlat-la Caneda is just one of the views. This place is sure to bring back the feeling of medieval times.

Dordogone is the capital of France for the foie gras, duck and truffle. This combination of food is popular in France but nothing is better than Dordogone region. Wine is definitely a France favorite. The local cheeses are paired well with wine. One local cheese that stands out is the Cabecou, its main ingredient is raw goat’s milk. There are 13 wines produced in the Dordogne region. The white or red wine Bergerac brings a delightful taste to regional dishes. Others to talk about are the Sweet Monbazillac, Pecharmant and ambrosial walnut liqueur.

Bordeaux Barge

Barge cruises in the Bordeaux region are offered on the 6 passenger St Louis and the 6 passenger Rosa. The Rosa offers round trips cruise from Toulouse while the St Louis offers alternating itineraries between Montauban and Agen as well as between Agen and Castets.

River Cruise

On the River Gironde, Dordogne River and the Garonne in Bordeaux, we offer 5, 6 and 7 night cruises sailing roundtrip from Bordeaux.

For more information contact: Europeanbarging, 888-869-7907,