Located at the crossroads of the Limousin regions, Quercy, Périgord and Auvergne, the Country of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne offers a wide range of landscapes and activities. Rich in history and architecture, you will discover many Romanesque churches, a leading vernacular heritage and the presence of man in the area for 50,000 years Neanderthal museum. Unspoilt nature and authenticity of the rural heritage are the Pays de Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne a place to live at their own pace, calmly or intensely.
Medieval city born from a fishing village in the year 855, Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne offers the visitor the abbey Saint-Pierre, a masterpiece of Romanesque art known for its eardrum and its rich treasury (the Virgin and Child twelfth century., enamel reliquary from the thirteenth century.), narrow lanes and half-timbered houses. On the docks, the chapel of Penitents is reflected in the Dordogne.