Your private driver guide will meet you at your hotel and you will be on your way to explore the Dordogne Region.
Discover the Vézère Valley, well-known to be the birthplace of humankind, and go for a guided tour of the most famous prehistoric cave in the world: Lascaux II. It is a replica of the cave of Lascaux, discovered in 1940. The colors of the walls are absolutely gorgeous, deep red, rich ochre and black being the dominant tints. The pictures are beautifully painted and show a sense of perspective and movement.
Stop in Saint Léon sur Vézère, enlisted as one of the most beautiful village of France and admire the Roman church. You can enjoy a walking tour around the village and enjoy some free time for lunch in the village near the river.
Continue to the Roque Saint Christophe. It’s the unique example of a cave village and its development. Many dwellings were built in the time-hewn grottoes of this kilometer long limestone cliff on the banks of the River Vézère in the middle Ages.
Guided tour of Rouffignac. The cave is one of the largest prehistoric caves in Europe. The remarkable construction of this system extends for almost 10 kilometers and offers huge corridors whose walls bristle with countless strangely shaped often red-colored flint nodules and ceilings punctuated with wide natural domes. In 1956, 260 prehistoric drawings and engravings dating from 13,000 to 14,000 years ago were discovered. This bestiary where 160 mammoths hold pride of place also contains bison, horses, ibex and woolly rhinoceros. The guided tour on an electric train takes you through places where bears dug their lairs and shows you part of the cave with its wall paintings.