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Sainte-Foy la Grande
At the crossroads of three departments, Gironde, Dordogne and Lot-et-Garonne, the "Pays Foyen" (name given to the area) is an excellent place to stay. There are plenty of places to visit and things to do.: day trips to discover the local area, sporting activities, local events and gastronomy. Why not try one ? There is a special charm about Sainte Foy La Grande, founded in 1255 by Alphonse de Poitiers, with its lanes, half timbered houses and town square encircled by picturesque archways. Surrounding the Bastide you can experience the charm of the gites and guesthouses in the villages that lie among the undulating country between Saint Emilion and Bergerac. The bastide lies on the banks of the river Dordogne wich runs through the "Pays Foyen". The river has something to offer every member of the family : boat trips, rowing, canoeing and fishing. The "Pays Foyen" tourist office is one of the most popular in the Dordogne Valley and is there to help you organise your stay.

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Saint-Emilion
Saint-Emilion is located 35 km north-east from Bordeaux, between Libourne and Castillon-La-Bataille. This medieval town stands proudly at the top of a hill overlooking the Dordogne valley, and was built in the shape of an amphitheatre. From the moment the bell-tower can be seen, Saint-Emilion is an enchantment. The commune covers an area of 27 km².   Saint Emilion is an incredible open-air museum. The most surprising remains are with no doubt its underground monuments: galleries covering more than 70 ha. (about 150 acres) and the breathtaking monolithic church, dug out of solid limestone.   This is not the unique jewel that will move you: fascinating Romanesque churches and ruins are stretching all along the steep and narrow streets, braving time passing by.

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Sarlat
Said to have been inhabited since Gallo-Roman times, Sarlat became a prosperous city at the end of the VIII century under the reign of Pepin le Bref and Charlemagne when the benedictines established a monastery there. In 937 the abbey came under the rule of Cluny and then under the direct authority of the Holy See in Rome.

Bergerac
The Bergerac region is often called "Gateway to the Perigord" as many visitors use it as a base from which to plan their stay in Dordogne. The tourist is offered a superb choice of attractions many of which are distinctive to this corner of South West France.
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A listed sixteenth century building The castel de Monbazillac, property of the Monbazillac Cellars Company since 1960, is a unique and original architectural blend of medieval defensive fortifications and Renaissance exuberance.   Set in the heart of the prestigious vineyard of the same name, the Château de Monbazillac's garden terraces afford stunning views across the Dordogne valley.

Castillon-la-Bataille
The Battle of Castillon seals the end of the Hundred Years War, For 3 centuries, Alienor's Aquitaine belonged to the English Crown and helped to establish the authority of the king of France. Performed on a natural arena encompassing 17 acres, within firing range of the original battle ground, 800 volunteers, including 500 actors and 50 horseback riders, re-enact the Battle of Castillon.
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Duras
Au cœur de l'Aquitaine, le Château de Duras offre un trésor architectural où se mêlent Moyen Age et XVIIIe siècle. Surplombant la vallée du Dropt, cet édifice à l'allure majestueuse a toujours suscité la convoitise des français autant que des anglais. En effet l'actuel château est l'héritage d'une évolution riche en rebondissements. Sa première édification date de 1137 alors qu'Aliénor d'Aquitaine épousait le Dauphin de France et se préparait à devenir reine. Après avoir construit ce "castel naou", le Vicomte de Bézaume, Guillaume Amanieu,  contraint les habitants de St-Eyrard à s'installer devant le Château pour servir de bouclier sur le côté le plus vulnérable. En 1306, la célèbre famille des Goth récupère le Château de Duras. Bertrand de Goth, homonyme et neveu du pape Clément V, fait agrandir le château de 1308 à 1310 pour le transformer en une forteresse imprenable, dotée de 8 tours rondes afin de protéger les vignobles du Pays de Duras.

Grotte Célestine
Découverte en 1845, elle n'a longtemps été accessible que depuis la chambre d'une honorable rauzanaise qui lui a donné son nom ! Depuis, ouverte au grand public, elle offre, au détour de sa rivière souterraine, les splendeurs d'un monde minéral. Equipés de casque avec lampe frontale, de bottes et de blouse, vous pourrez jouer les aventuriers sous le coeur même du bourg de Rauzan.
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Bordeaux
Bordeaux has been officially included on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites as of 28 June 2007. This distinction recognises the beauty and unity of style of Bordeaux's architectural heritage, which has developed harmoniously over the centuries and remained remarkably well-preserved. The Bordeaux World Heritage site is the largest urban entity to be so honoured. It covers 1,810 hectares, or half of the city, from the outer boulevards to the banks of the Garonne.