North Dordogne, with its unspoilt landscapes of rolling wooded hills, meandering rivers and small farms and cottages, is a region famous for its gastronomy, known especially for its foie gras, truffles, duck, cheese, wine and so much more. The natural harvest is abundant, with its wild-growing fig and nut trees offering their fruits to those who care to pick it... there are literally hundreds of km of pathways in in the area, to the joy of those who love to walk or ride in nature. The area is rich in history, and boasts many castles, bastide towns, fortified churches and other historical sites to visit. The Dordogne and Vezere valleys are also famous for its prehistoric caves and paintings, and is known as ”the birthplace of art”. Many of the villages has bustling communities with regular markets, fairs and festivals.
After coming to France in 2012 to learn about my family roots, I quickly got absorbed into the calm pace of life and the natural beauty of the Dordogne. As a passionate equestrian, I revel in the opportunities this area offers, both in terms of nature and community. I met my partner here, who is French, and my daughter was born in 2015. I am delighted to be able to offer her an upbringing in a place that is as rich in community and interactions as it is in wildlife and nature experiences.View Aquitaine Information Homepage
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Near: LA CHAPELLE MONTBRANDEIX
71619 M2 land
Near: CHAMPAGNAC LA RIVIERE
2201 M2 land
29336 M2 land