It is a real asset and pleasure to live between the Dordogne and the Lot: the Périgord noir is rich in tourist sites : medieval villages and castles (the Valley of Castles, around Sarlat, in the Dordogne), troglodyte sites and prehistoric sites in the Valley of Man (Vézère and Lascaux), exceptional and sumptuous natural sites, rich and preserved fauna and flora... hiking, climbing, canoeing, horse riding, nature, gastronomy, small local markets... Whether you are sporty, interested in more cultural visits or a gourmet, the Périgord is full of treasures that you will never stop discovering. I will be happy to accompany you and advise you in your project. I hope to meet you soon.
I’ve been working as an editorial Director in a financial press company for 15 years in Paris… Then I realized I couldn't stand anymore the « metro, work and go the sleep » pace. I was missing out on my life and that of my family. My husband grew up in Carsac-Aillac, near Sarlat, and I discovered the region with him Right from the start it was a real crush: the stone houses, the land, the culture and history of the region, the gastronomy, the river Dordogne... and most of all, this beautiful landscape sand preserved nature. I absolutely had to live here. So a few years ago we decided to leave Paris and move here. We found our heaven in Masclat (46), a small village in the Lot between Souillac and Sarlat...View Midi-Pyrenees Information Homepage
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6555 M2 land
Near: MARCILLAC ST QUENTIN
1960 M2 land
2210 M2 land