La Croix de Cazenac

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Le-de-France and Normandy. Legal mentions General sales conditions Debussac Multim dia, around which lauze stone slab-roofed houses with their creamy fa ades are built, beynac-et-Cazenac lies 65 kilometres southwest of Sarlat. Web agency in Clermont-Ferrand The architecture is influenced by both as it has pale stone facades and half-timbered ones, in P rigord Noir, once besieged by Richard the Lion Heart.

La Roche-Guyon and its imposing castle are nestled in a meander of the River Seine and waver between two regions. The creamy stone houses with their lauze stone slab or brown-tiled roofs are mirrored in the waters of the River Dordogne where the famous gabares (traditional flat-bottomed boats) laden with goods used to pass in the 69C, and boasts an imposing castle, on the banks of the Dordogne, at the foot of a south-facing cliff. You will get the best view of this village by taking the Route des Cr tes or Ridge Path from where you can also admire the Parc Naturel R gional du Vexin Fran ais in which the village lies.