France: Discovering the Dordogne


30 April – 9 May 2020

10 – 19 September 2020

24 September – 3 October 2020 FULL

Arrive by train from Saint Pancras Station to Angouleme


Fly to Bergerac Airport

Maximum 8 people

Contact Jóna:

Staying at Jona’s large town house with it’s 2 acre garden with swimming pool, fruit trees, stream, pond and wildlife situated in the famous market town of Riberac with it’s Friday market.

This beautiful area of France is steeped in history and has many interesting places to explore. Chateaux are everywhere, lovely rivers crisscross the wonderful fertile landscape, busy markets thrive in ancient villages and towns and there are numerous restaurants serving excellent local cuisine.

This holiday is for 8 people only


£1952 per person

Single Supplement £140


Flights to and from Bergerac Airport (London Stansted, Bristol, Southampton, Leeds, East Midlands, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh)

Transfer from and to Bergerac Airport

or by train

St Pancras to Angouleme

Transfer from and to Angouleme train station

9 nights at Jona’s House, please note bedrooms are not en-suite but the house has 6 toilets, 2 bathrooms and 1 shower room

Full board including picnics, restaurants and wine

Beverages while out and about

Mini bus for all excursions

Jona as guide and organiser

All excursions and entrance fees

Bordeaux – a day out in beautiful, elegant and cultural Bordeaux which has won the City of Europe award. The visit will surprise and intrigue you.

Lascaux – discover the cave paintings which date back over 17,000 years

Sarlat – a large market town with shady narrow streets and breathtaking ancient architecture

Dromme – A Medieval village situated high on a cliff with spectacular views of the Dordogne river

Aubeterre – to see a monolithic church hewn out of rock in the 12th century

Bordeilles – On the river with a medieval fortress and Renaissance palace

Brantome – Medieval monastry and a boat trip on the river

St Emillion – for wine tasting and a small train journey through the vineyards.

A visit to Peter the Potter