The village in the valley of Couze is nestled at the foot of a medieval castle that gave him birth. The oldest known document citing castrum Monte Ferrando is a charter of 1286.
Montferrand-du-Périgord is a municipality in the canton of Beaumont-du-Périgord, with an area of 1310 ha. To get there, follow the county 26.
The former St. Christopher Church (outside the village) outside the small Romanesque church there is no doubt that a treasure is hidden inside. Magnificent polychrome medieval paintings adorn the walls. Dating is between the 12th and 13th century. A scene of St Leonard, the patron saint of prisoners, from two captives free. Other Gothic scenes, oriental inspiration adorn the walls.
Hall: originally it contained 24 pillars. Late 16th century, it housed the fairs and markets.
The castle (private): partly dated from the 12th century, which belonged to the barony of Gontaut-Biron, he was for many years the subject of looting of its stones used to build then to nearby houses.
Houses Renaissance over the hall, beautiful houses that seem by an optical effect look.
Valley Couze (old paper mills) and museums. Saint-Avit-Sénieur and Cadouin, classified as World Heritage by UNESCO (Santiago pilgrimage). Bergerac, one of the most beautiful royal houses. Molières, the smallest country house Perigord.