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La Vigière de Razac

Your private holiday home in the Dordogne​ 

Enjoy the privacy of your own villa on the edge of a picturesque little village in the fabled Dordogne countryside. This charming stone farmhouse is perched on a gentle hill in the rolling valleys of the Dordogne, in an area that merits its nickname of ‘Little Tuscany’. Discover medieval villages, enjoy France’s best gourmet wine and food, or relax in the luxurious setting of the Chateau de Vigiers four-star hotel and restaurants, only 1 kilometre away. Explore the nearby castles at Duras or Issegeac, buy local specialities in the markets of Berge​rac, or take day trips to the famous Lascaux prehistoric cave paintings, picturesque Sarlat, the bustling city of Bordeaux, vineyards of St-Emilion, or the beaches of the Atlantic coast, such as Arcachon.

Chateau De Vigiers​

The 4-star luxurious Chateau de Vigiers hotel , golf course and spa offers gastronomic dining with stunning views of the 16th century chateau and grounds, swimming pool, and its own vineyards. Look online at to see what you can enjoy.The excellent online reviews of the Chateau de Vigiers speak for themselves! 


Many of the local towns and villages, including Razac de Saussignac and Bergerac, were founded by the Romans, who also brought their grapevines. History buffs will delight in the medieval castles dating from the hundred years war, the narrow winding streets of fairy-tale like villages, or the Roman mosaics of Montcaret. Nature and sports lovers can enjoy canoe trips down the Dordogne, and forays into the rugged foothills of the Massif Central. 

Wine and Food 

The Dordogne area is famous for its gastronomic traditions, including truffles, foie-gras and duck. Within walking distance of the house, you can taste and purchase delicious local Razac de Saussignac wines, and farther afield enjoy a multitude of local cafes, bistros and gourmet restaurants. 

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