The French National Day commemorates the storming of the Bastille on the 14th July 1789, which was a turning point of the French Revolution. The date also celebrates from 1790 the Fête de la Federation which is for the unity of the French people, a tradition clearly upheld in our village, not only by French people but all of the different nationalities that live here.
Parade to the cenotaph which was led by our Maire Pascal Dussol.
We particularly love how he always greets and welcomes everyone that he meets.
Gorgeous flowers to be laid at the cenotaph in front of La Petit Paris restaurant.
A welcoming and moving speech. This little boy will grow up to be a star of film and stage I am sure.
After the ceremony we were all invited by the Maire to join him for drinks and snacks.
It was great meeting up with friends in the village. “Santé Anita”
And more Santé to Roy and Letitia, it was the same glass of wine honestly. Do I look like I am wearing furry slippers? Roy’s dog had taken a liking to my feet
Sarlat Theatre Festival during the months of 20th July to 5th August, Visit the Office de Tourisms at 3 Rue Tourny for events.
Night Markets start and continue through the months of July and August. Typically “marchés nocturnes” have a good choice of locally produced food, wine and beer, and a live band playing from about 8.00pm. Seating at tables is provided and seasoned night-market visitors will take their own crockery and cutlery.
Monday – Montignac
Tuesday – Bouzic
Wednesday – Belves
Thursday – Saint Cyprian
Friday – Saint-Cybranet
Saturday – Saint Pompon
Events may be subject to change so please check with the local Office de Tourisme