Leave the black Périgord to visit the purple Périgord
In the common spirit, the Dordogne is naturally associated with the black Périgord. Crossed by the Dordogne and the Vézère, the black Périgord has the oldest name, referring to the dark green oaks that shelter its forests.
Very popular, this part of south-eastern Périgord has a wide range of resources.
And yet, the purple Périgord has nothing to envy to his big brother and reserves, too, its lot of surprises. The place owes its name to the color of the vineyards, particularly present in this part of the department.
Here, you will appreciate the beautiful combination between hikes in the countryside and various other activities. The purple Périgord is not stingy in activities that will delight both adults and children.