On the D704, Montignac was once a busy river port that sits on the banks of the Vezere river, its wooden balconies reflect peacefully across the waters. Although feared for its ferocious counts in the Middle Ages, Montignac rose to fame in 1940, when a pit was discovered by some local boys and their dog. What they found was the nonpareil masterpiece of prehistoric cave paintings. The name of course was Lascaux.
Gorgeous examples of Medieval dwellings at the side of the river, which have been turned into restaurants and boutique shops.
All of the restaurants have outside space so that you can watch the river with its many ducks paddling by.
Flanagan’s Restaurant were Paul and I stopped for lunch.
I just had to take this picture of our desserts, delicious.
Gastronomy and Taste Festival 26th and 27th September – Sarlat
Film Festival from 10th to the 14th November – Sarlat