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The Dordogne boasts breathtaking countryside, awe-inspiring historical locations, spectacular chateaux, sun-dappled golden stone villages and some of the finest cuisine in France. The region is dominated by three great rivers, the Dordogne, the Lot and the Tarn, these rivers have carved out beautiful, fertile valleys which are ideal for growing the regions famous wines. The area is ideal for holidaymakers seeking a relaxing rural holiday in the heart of traditional France.