L'Oustralac, nestled in the heart of the Black Perigord, invites you for a stay in the heart of prehistory along the Vézère valley.
From the Lascaux IV prehistoric museum passing by the Vézère with the troglodytic shelters of the Roque Saint Christophe near the charming village of Saint Léon sur Vézère, you will reach the prehistoric museum of Les Eyzies de Tayac.
The Dordogne flows nearby, overlooked by the many castles and medieval villages like Sarlat la Canéda. The Perigord features various gardens, forests, as well as diverse and varied landscapes, which a typical heritage of our region, not to mention the local gastronomy.
UNMISSABLE SITES TO VISIT IN THE AREA :
Montignac-Lascaux (12km) :
- A charming little village which spans the magnificent Vézère river. The departure point to visit the Lascaux cave.
Lascaux Cave (7km) :
- Located just a few kilometres away from our B&B. However, you will have to go through Montignac to buy your tickets.
Sarlat La Canéda (18km) : The Pearl of the Périgord
- Medieval town and gems of the Périgord Noir.
- It is welcoming at any season. Stones, history, gastronomy...
- Everything is there for a memorable stay.
- A charming stone village, discreetly nestled near its neighbour Sarlat, in the heart of which lies a castle with a unique flagstone roof.
- Sunday morning market and farmers' market (food on site) on Wednesday evenings in July and August.
Saint-Amand de Coly (9km)
- Charming little village, in the heart of a somewhat wild valley, with a fortified Romanesque church.
- Charming little village with its pond. It is the first pond in France to have the joy of being able to hoist the "blue flag" (label of beaches) for the purity of its water and environment.
- The perfect place to take a nap in the sun, while lying on the warm sand with your feet in the water !