Hotel Le Perigord

Port de Domme, La Roque-Gageac, 24250, France
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My Watercolor of the grocery in La Roque GageacMy Watercolor of the grocery in La Roque Gageac

La Roque Gageac from the GabarreLa Roque Gageac from the Gabarre

Castelnaud-la-Chapelle from the GabarreCastelnaud-la-Chapelle from the Gabarre

Gabarre Caminade on the Dordogne RiverGabarre Caminade on the Dordogne River

Travel Tips for La Roque-Gageac

Charming village stretched along the Dordogne

by Beausoleil

"A one-street town"

La Roque-Gageac is stretched out along the main road from Sarlat-la-Canéda to Beynac on the D703. You drive along the beautiful Dordogne River and it magically appears as though carved out of the cliff.

There are more streets to the town but closed to automobiles. Park by the river and walk through the quaint village. The views from the top are spectacular.

By the river, watch for the gabarres, the flat-bottomed boats that used to be used for freight and passengers and are now used for tourists. They are great fun.

"Holes in the Cliff . . ."

Look above the town and you will see cave dwellings. This is a precursor of things to come as you drive around the Dordogne and visit the many prehistoric sites. It is a fascinating area of great beauty and amazing history.

"The river is part of the village"

There are two gabarre companies in La Roque-Gageac and they alternate schedules so you never have to wait more than a half hour to ride one.

Yes, it's touristy, but it's also great fun and you get views you won't see anyplace else . . . unless you rent a canoe or kayak on the river.

La Roque is a charming village with terrific views and very friendly people.

A Cliff-Side Dordogne River Town

by hquittner

"We Passed Through"

Only 8 km from Sarlat, we drove through La Roque-Gageac but did not stop because we could not find a parking spot and because we were not interested in a touristy small cliff-side town, since we were on our way to a different river view at Domme.


by Kettleman

The first time I went to La Roque-Gageac was back in 1973 on a family holiday with my Ma, Pa and little brother.

We stayed locally in a campsite in a tent owned and supplied by Canvas Holidays.

As well as trips out to the places that fill this part of the Dordogne we spent many a happy hour playing on the river in canoes owned by the campsite.


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