All in all an excellent place to visit for a good value fois gras experience. Do not expect a 9 course spectacular, just a 3 course excellent meal.
French chef and Scottish wife as friendly front of house is an ideal combination. Sit on the terrace in the sunshine watching the golfers come and go.
Beautiful little village and the restaurant has a view on the medieval church just across the road. Good food and fair price.
Chez Julien is a rare gem nested away in the one of the most beautiful villages you could immagine: Paunat. A must, at least one. Reservation required.
Casual and festive ambiance located just across the street from le Vieux Logis a michelin starred restaurant. Same owners, same great food, price around €20
Once you drive into the lovely town of Trémolat and spot Le Vieux Logis, you are going to say, "Wow!" Michelin! A must for a high class lunch or dinner
Tables outside on a lovely summers evening take advantage of the fantastic views at sunset and the peaceful almost film-set like surrounding stone buildings.
Font-de-Gaume is the last French cave with polychrome paintings that remains open to the public. Discovered in the late 1800s
Masterpiece of monumental prehistoric sculpture. The rock shelter of Cap Blanc is one of the more accessible of the 'well managed caves' in France.
Inside the castle there are interesting dungeons, kitchens and living quarters to explore, and includes features from many ages
It's really impressive to see the place, a real power of nature. Bring warm clothes as it is around 2 hours tour in about 12 degrees.