Local Area : activities, supermarket, restaurant,…
Intermarché Super at Route de Nontron, 24470 Saint-Saud-Lacoussière, France.
Super U at Rue André Audy, 24300 Nontron, France. This supermarket is a bit further away, but it offers a good selection of items.
Carrefour Market at 50 Avenue de Verdun, 24300 Nontron, France. This is another option in the same town as Super U, providing an extra choice if you’re looking for something specific.
the region around Beynac Lake is located in the Dordogne department of southwestern France.
The Dordogne is best known for its beautiful natural scenery, with vast forests, beautiful river valleys and picturesque medieval villages. It’s part of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, which is famous for its world-class wines and cuisine.
Not far from Beynac Lake is the Parc Naturel Régional Périgord Limousin, a beautiful natural park that spans the Dordogne and Haute-Vienne departments. It’s a great place for hiking and observing wildlife.
The region is also home to a number of historic sites. The town of Saint-Saud-Lacoussière, near which Beynac Lake is located, is a charming place with a beautiful church and some lovely old buildings. Further afield, you can visit the historic town of Périgueux, which has a well-preserved Roman amphitheatre and a beautiful cathedral.
In terms of local gastronomy, the Dordogne is renowned for its duck and goose products, truffles, and walnuts. You can’t leave without trying a piece of the famous foie gras or a slice of walnut cake.
Please remember, while you’re exploring the local areas, your primary focus should be on the carp fishing experience provided by Majestic Carp. Enjoy your trip, and don’t forget to take a break from fishing to soak up the stunning natural beauty and cultural richness of the Dordogne!
About the region
Château de Puyguilhem: This is a beautiful Renaissance-style castle located in Villars. It is one of the most well-preserved castles in the region.
Grotte de Villars: Near the Château de Puyguilhem, you can also visit this extensive cave system with prehistoric paintings and stunning natural formations.
Brantôme: Often referred to as the ‘Venice of the Dordogne’, this charming town is surrounded by the river Dronne. You can enjoy a boat trip, visit the Abbey of Brantôme, or simply enjoy the scenery.
Périgueux: This is the capital of the Dordogne department. Here, you can visit the Saint-Front Cathedral and the Vesunna Gallo-Roman Museum.
Nontron: This town is known for its knife making tradition. You can visit the Nontron Knife Museum and also enjoy the scenic views of the Bandiat river valley.
Château de Jumilhac: A magnificent castle with beautiful gardens, located in Jumilhac-le-Grand.
Parc Naturel Régional Périgord Limousin: Although Beynac Lake itself is a part of this park, there’s so much more to explore. Hiking, bird watching or simply enjoying the nature, this park is a treasure for nature lovers.
Hostellerie Saint Jacques: Located in the heart of Saint Saud Lacoussiere, this restaurant offers traditional French cuisine in a cozy, rustic setting.
Auberge de l’Etang Bleu: Situated in Vieux-Mareuil, this restaurant is part of a charming hotel and offers gourmet French cuisine.
Restaurant La Grange: Located in Thiviers, it’s well-known for its delicious regional dishes.
Le Moulin de Vigonac: A lovely restaurant located in Brantôme-en-Périgord. It’s a little further away, but it offers a fantastic dining experience in a beautiful setting.
Please remember to check opening hours and consider making a reservation to ensure availability. Enjoy your meals and your carp fishing experience with Majestic Carp!
Parc Naturel Régional Périgord Limousin: As mentioned previously, this park is great for hiking, picnics, and bird watching. Absorbing natural beauty could be a fantastic family adventure.
Grotte de Villars: This prehistoric cave offers guided tours that can be both educational and exciting for children and adults alike.
Château de Puyguilhem: Kids will love exploring this well-preserved Renaissance-style castle in Villars.
Adventure Park Lacs de Haute Charente: This park offers a variety of outdoor activities including tree climbing tracks, zip-lines, and even a giant maze!
Aquarium du Périgord Noir: Located in Le Bugue, this is the largest privately-owned freshwater aquarium in Europe where you can observe different species of fish, reptiles and amphibians.
Vélo Rail Périgord Vert: In Corgnac-sur-l’Isle, this is a fun activity where you can pedal a specially adapted bike along an old railway track.