Limeuil is situated where the Rivers Dordogne and Vézère meet. It lived through the horrors of Viking invasions and the Hundred Years’ War but today only three fortified gates are left to bear witness to those times. A bustling river port of old, the medieval village with its stone-built, dark-tiled houses so typical of Périgord Noir is now a charming, refreshing place in which to stop.

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Information : Tourist Office - Tel : +33 (0)5 53 63 38 90

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Must-sees and must-dos


  • Abbeys and churches : Church of Sainte Catherine
  • By the waterside : Rivers Dordogne and Vézère
  • Panoramas : View of the Dordogne and Vézère valleys
  • Wine : Pays du Périgord wines

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