Bergerac is located in the Aquitaine region and in the Dordogne department. With a little over 27,000 inhabitants, it is one of the largest cities in the department.
City of Art and History, Bergerac is famous for its many Bastides (fortified towns), abbeys and Romanesque churches. It is also an exceptional wine region.
Discover a very popular tourist area that offers great opportunities to its visitors.
Bergerac, City of Art and History
Bergerac is primarily a city to discover for its castles and Bastides. Explore Monpazier for example, created in 1284 by King Edward I of England.
There are several museums which are open all year round, including the Wine Museum, the Musée de la Batellerie (river transport and wine trade), the Napoleon Museum and the Tobacco Museum.
A riche natural heritage
For an invigorating stroll with your family or a romantic walk, enjoy various parks and gardens in the city of Bergerac, such as the charming panoramic gardens in Limeuil.
Discover a landscape shaped by the vineyards of Bergerac which extends over 12,500 hectares on both banks of the Dordogne River. Visit a winery in the region and enjoy a private wine tasting!
Also enjoy regional delicacies such as foie gras, truffles and duck.
Things to do in Bergerac
There is a full range of activities available in Bergerac. You can choose from go-karts, golf, hiking, bowling or more extreme activities such as skydiving or a first flight experience.
And if you want to discover an original activity, try Géocaching! Connect your GPS and participate in a real treasure hunt!
To learn more about Bergerac and its region, please visit the official website of the Tourist Office.
Tourist Office :
97 rue Neuve d'Argenson - 24100 BERGERAC
Telephone : 05 53 57 03 11
Hall Town :
19 rue Neuve d'Argenson - 24100 BERGERAC
Telephone : 05 53 74 66 66
9 av. du Professeur Albert Calmette - 24100 BERGERAC
Telephone : 05 53 63 88 88
Place Bellegarde - 24100 BERGERAC
Telephone : 05 53 57 67 66
Tobacco Museum :
10 rue Ancien Pont - 24100 BERGERAC
Telephone : 05 53 63 04 13
Museum of Inland Waterways:
5 rue des conférences - 24100 BERGERAC
Telephone : 05 53 57 80 92
Resistance Museum :
1 av Paul Doumer - 24100 BERGERAC
Telephone : 05 58 90 45 45
Guests staying at the Brit Hotel in Bergerac will be:
- Perigueux: 46 min, 49 km
- Sarlat la Canéda: 1 h 25 min, 74 km
- Bordeaux: 1 h 16 min, 119 km
- Rocamadour: 2 h, 169 km
- Agen: 1 h 35 min, 91 km
- Toulouse: 2 h 44 min, 228 km