Ranked among the most beautiful villages in France, Saint-Amand-de-Coly is nestled in the heart of the Dordogne, in the region of New Aquitaine. Set in the Périgord Noir, the town takes place only twenty kilometers from the famous town of Sarlat-la-Canéda.
The name given to Saint Amand, a hermit who came to evangelize the region in the 6th century, was occupied since the Gallo-Roman era, as evidenced by some vestiges found on the spot. It only developed in the Middle Ages, with the construction of the Augustinian abbey of the twelfth century.
Very touristy, the village of Saint-Amand-de-Coly can only seduce its visitors with its undulating wooded setting, and its architectural heritage of exception. Calm, the site is full of places to discover during a stay of a few days in this region rich in history and gastronomy.