The Pays Foyen is ideally located near major tourist sites that you will not fail to visit during your stay. Here are some ideas for visits around the Pays Foyen.
The Pays de Bergerac, in the south-west of the Dordogne, offers a vast tourist area very rich in regional peculiarities. He's there Gateway to Périgord Pourpre (this color being in harmony with the wine) and constitutes an ideally located destination to fully enjoy the treasures of the Dordogne valley and more generally of the Dordogne. Take the time to stroll through the many alleys of the city, to discover the treasures of the city and the museums: the museum of national interest of tobacco, the wine museum, the Récollets cloister and the Bergerac wine house.
Country of Duras and Lot-et-Garonne
The country of Duras offers itself to you with its bike rides, on foot, on horseback and its moments of relaxation in the heart of nature. Its gastronomy, its AOC wines Côtes de Duras without forgetting its famous prunes and its delicacies that accompany it. The Pays de Duras is characterized by its 800 years of history and its castle to visit.
La Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion and its eight municipalities constitute a remarkable whole of indisputable monumental and landscape value. This territory of just over 7800 hectares, registered in 1999 in the Unesco World Heritage, cover them Saint-Emilion and Saint-Emilion Grand Cru appellations. The village itself is a real open-air museum. Its troglodyte tradition is striking: a monolithic church unique in the world, more than 70 hectares of underground galleries carved into the limestone rock. But it is not the only one to move the visitor, monuments and vestiges of the great Romanesque period follow one another in the course of its steep alleys.
World wine capital, Bordeaux has successfully entered the XNUMXst century while preserving its exceptional historical heritage, classified in the UNESCO World Heritage since 2007. On foot, by tram or by bike, discover the picturesque districts of the city of Saint-Pierre, Saint-Eloi, Saint-Michel, Sainte-Croix, ... and take the time to stroll through the many pedestrian streets of the center -city. Amateurs of contemporary architecture, go to the tribunal de grande instance which owes its playful forms to the architect Richard Rogers, or to the Museum of Contemporary Art located in a former warehouse of colonial foodstuffs. You can get there from Sainte-Foy-La-Grande by train by line TER Sarlat-Bordeaux.