Office de Tourisme Perigord Noir Sud Dordogne - Pole Tourisme de Domme

Office de Tourisme Perigord Noir Sud Dordogne - Pole Tourisme de Domme

Office de Tourisme Perigord Noir Sud Dordogne - Pole Tourisme de Domme
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Friday
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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DeeDee1
Paphos, Cyprus15 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Couples
Such a beautiful little fairytale bastide town. Amazing views of the Dordogne. Relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Grotto is superb with a lovely lady guide. There is an English translation fot those of us who cannot speak good French. Visit and stay for lunch! Don't miss the jewellery shop of Mr Charles Duret. A charming and very talented man.
Written June 9, 2023
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We are delighted you enjoyed the visit of the Bastide so much and were able to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere at a perfect time of the year;D. Thank you for all the details you filled us with and hope you keep wonderful memories of your holidays in the Dordogne.
Written August 4, 2023
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Bodillymill
Helston, UK186 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Couples
The thing about Domme. Is it has just about everything you want in a Dordogne town visit. Knights Templar History, a ruined castle being renovated, good medium priced restaurants and one expensive one. gift shops for trinkets, local food shops for different gifts.. Some of the best views of the Dordogne from the esplanade and friendly People. Also there is always something going on and parking is easy. I think I want to live there!! We have been going back for ten years. I have not had enough of the place yet....
Written July 12, 2018
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Hello, Thank you for taking the time to share your opinion, we are delighted that you enjoyed our village and his amaysing views of the Dordogne Valley ! We hope to see you the next year ! Regards.
Written July 18, 2018
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hans-jaguar
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal23,862 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2015 • Couples
When arriving to the small village of "Domme", you will find yourself in front of the medieval entrance gate, this is when you do not park the car on the lower situated parking place.
Enter by this gate and drive until the center, there you have a small parking just at the post of the Tourist office, this office is multifunctional, it serves also as entrance for the caves (on the left side) the tickets for the caves visit are sold in the office.
They are very friendly, and you will be given a free map of the village, when you love to walk, be sure to do the walk of the “RAMPARTS”, this is the walk around the village by the old city walls, showed on the map.
From the office you are only a step away from the Church (in front) and the very good restaurant “Le Belvedere”, by leaving the church go right to the “Esplanade” and you can enjoy a fine meal.
Written April 28, 2015
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Hello, thank you for taking the time to share your review. We are very happy that you enjoyed your visit to Domme. Kind regards
Written April 12, 2016
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Lee C
Sydney, Australia8 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Lovely medieval fortified town. Well worth a visit. Limited parking and steep walks but a great outlook. The woman in the tourist office was informative and a sense of humour
Written April 18, 2015
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Eli B
Sydney, Australia3,556 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Couples
Exceptional office, direction- dispensing with a smile. Gleaned a lot from the charming personality fielding questions with patience and a smile.
The township lies above the mighty Dordogne, the river of castles. the broad-water is guarded at almost every turn by a hill top fort.
This village has got to be seen to be believed. Set on the edge of a rocky bluff encircled by ramparts, towers and fortified gateways. There is no doubt the village is popular, crowded as all villages are in summer, but its charm and location make it a favourite. Huge sections of the ramparts can still be seen along with the remains of towers and gateways with steep streets lined by honey-coloured houses draped with wisteria and brilliant geraniums, lead us up to a small market square, surrounded by fine old houses and overlooked by the church.
In the centre, is a timbered hall from which there is access to the Stalactite cavern which extends for half a kilometre to the cliff edge. We found the village a rewarding place to walk around with many of the houses are decorated with wrought-iron balconies that showcase gardens brimming with colourful blooms.
We also enjoyed a walk around the ramparts which still give the impression of what a daunting stronghold this must have been to attackers. For us, however, perhaps the greatest attraction was the magnificent view over the Dordogne from the esplanade adjoining the butt along the cliff edge, Seen at sunrise on an August morning with the valley still shrouded in mist creates an indelible memory.
Written December 1, 2014
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DinoDan
Wokingham, UK23 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Family
Fantastic small town on a mountain side overlooking the Dordogne valley. The views are picture perfect and offer 180 degree panorama. A number of small shops and restaurants, a couple of these overlooking to valley. Excellent ice creams from a shop close to the main view point

Parking on the outside of the town walls that you pay for there is parking inside but the bends are tight and with a tourist train taking right of way would suggest the paid for option offers less stress!

The tourist train picks up from the car parks and offers an audio tour saves a bit of a climb!
Written August 5, 2014
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spamobile
Waitomo Caves, New Zealand589 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2014 • Couples
Little gem of a village, old and well restored. Some nice little handicraft style shops but above all, the views over the Dordogne valley and river are amazing. Tip, buy an ice cream in the shop a stone throw away from the viewing area with the statue (near the church) and soak in these views, relax!
Written June 26, 2014
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BillMonnie
Deerfield, NH47 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2013 • Solo
I have been visiting Domme once a year for the past 17 years. My favorite hotel/restaurant is L'Esplanade which features fantastic views of the Dordogne Valley both from the hotel rooms and the restaurant.

Chef Pascal Bouland is a consummate master of gourmet cuisine especially his foie gras dishes. The menu and cooking rivals anything I have enjoyed in Paris at half the price.

His wife Sophie Boulande is a most wonderful hostess in the Dining Room and at the Hotel desk where she works alongside her mother, Monique Gillard. The rooms are very reasonably priced and well appointed. Ask for a room with a view of the Dordogne Valley and River!

For years L'Esplanade has been my "home away from home" thanks to the gracious hospitality of my hosts. I look forward to my yearly pilgrimage to a destination where I can relax enjoying the views of the Valley and dine on some of the best food in France.
Written June 25, 2014
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Cdalton
Boulder, CO316 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2018 • Couples
This girl was classic rude young woman. Once we said we couldn't speak French, she just turned her back. Useless service for tourists... unless maybe you're French
Written November 6, 2018
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Written July 21, 2019
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Ian M
Ashbourne, UK567 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Friends
Living rather in the shadow of better known local towns, Domme is very well worth a visit. It is well served with car parking with handy public conveniences, which are a short uphill walk into the village. Once inside the Medieval walls it is comparatively flat, with lots of interesting architecture and beautiful houses and gardens around its narrow winding streets, plus spectacular views over the Dordogne valley. It has a comparatively compact and intimate feel which just adds to its charm.
In addition there is a 'train' with commentary running around the town, plus guided tours into the caverns under the village. There are of course plenty of places to eat and drink. Highly recommended.
Written May 16, 2018
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Hello, Thank you for taking the time to share your opinion, we are delighted that you enjoyed our village and his spectacular views of the Dordogne Valley ! Regards.
Written July 18, 2018
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