"Wouldn't you like a dream vacation? Far from the city, noise, routine and stress? ...
A break in the open air, waking up to birdsong, a touch of sport, a bit of culture, swimming and beautiful encounters: here is the wonderful programme I recommend! Look no further than Purple Perigord and the Wine Route of Bergerac. For accommodation, my friends the winegrowers offer charming bed and breakfasts, welcoming self-catering accommodation, and camping areas, on their vineyards. For landscapes: between plains, plateaus and hills, stone villages and the meandering Dordogne River, there really is something for everyone to enjoy! Oh, by the way, the Wine Route of Bergerac, is not a "ribbon of tar" to be followed at all costs, but a collection of welcoming winegrowers with reception areas, who are willing to share their passion, and who have signed the Charter to a Quality Welcome. 144 wineries are, for now, referenced on the Bergerac Wine Route."
So take a trip down the Bergerac Wine Route, composing your perfect personal voyage from an afternoon or several days to discover the 13 appellations of Bergerac vineyards. "
Top tips from Roxane (manuscript):
● You can find information on the Wine Route at www.route-des-vins-de-bergerac.com: members, events, maps of the Wine Route, the Quality Charter, ...
● To plan your getaway, the Bergerac Tourist Office is at your disposal: accommodation, catering, entertainment, activities, trips & tips visit ... www.bergerac-tourisme.com