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Discover Sarlat’s mouth-watering cuisine and medieval charm

For many, the town of Sarlat represents everything quintessentially French. Rich in history, it is packed with ancient stone bell towers and gourmet food markets. Reflecting its diversity, our exclusive selection of luxury villas in Sarlat and its surroundings offer accommodation with style and supreme comfort in a number of different unique settings. Choose between exclusive maisons in flower-laced mansions, golden stone farmhouses or medieval dwellings. Renovated to reflect the needs of the discerning modern traveller, each villa blends the region’s heritage with modern comforts, from their pools to sumptuous interior design.

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February
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March
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April
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May
15°C
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June
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July
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August
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September
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October
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November
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December
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About Sarlat & surroundings

From the moment you awake in one of our historic luxury villas in Sarlat you’ll be faced with heritage charm at every turn. From Chateau de Castelnaud and Chateau de Beynac, to world-famous prehistoric cave art, Sarlat spans so many eras in its expansive sweep. The best pace to begin your exploration is with a stroll around the village’s cobblestone streets, which house beautiful craftwork and antique stores in well preserved medieval buildings. Sarlat is also home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the famous Lascaux cave. One of the best-preserved examples of prehistoric art, the cave has been sealed to protect its priceless images from decay. Luckily, it has been painstakingly reproduced, allowing visitors to experience the full ritual splendour of this haunting subterranean landscape. For an alternative perspective on the region, take a hot air balloon flight or try your hand at kayaking on the Dordogne River. Sarlat is first and foremost a foodie’s paradise, not least because it’s home to the world’s rarest truffle, the black Perigord. Indulging in foie gras, grilled duck breast, walnuts and fine wine is a nightly delight here. Let us arrange a food sampling directly in the comfort of your villa. You’ll quickly learn how this small region has gained such a big gastronomic reputation!

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