Auberge du Peche-lune

Tursac, Dordogne Valley, Aquitaine, 24620, France | Hotel
Prices starting from $71.00

Travel Blogs from Tursac

Day 12 : Perigueux - Friday 4.7.14

A travel blog entry by whibj


... he returned very quickly with what was really a strawberry soup. Jane ate some and gave some to Brad - it was very strawberryish and sweet. It was a lovely meal so we must comment on TA about it. It is rated number 3 in Perigueux.

We are home finalising the Blog, having a cup of tea and sitting before heading off to bed. We intend to go to the market in town before we leave for Bordeaux tomorrow ...

Day 11 : Perigueux - Thursday 3.6.14

A travel blog entry by whibj


... not to go there as we will be walking and we felt it was a little too far away from our apartment. We checked out another recommended restaurant which is closer by and we have made a booking for tomorrow night.

Around 7 pm we decided to go on the self guided walk around the Roman ruins that are present in Perigueux. It was a most pleasant time for walking. At one stage Perigueux had an arena the size of the one we saw in Nīmes ...

Market Mayhem, and the Luscious Loire‏

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie


... tiptoeing amongst it all, but fortunately no raised voices - or fists! Our attempts to go around it all by taking a side street were to no avail, as we found ourselves back in the middle of it all again - just approaching it from a different direction! Eventually Charlie jumped out and walked down the street to find a route out for us, then calmly beckoned us on - onto a very tiny side street that was lined with cars on both sides, and no room to maneuvre: both side mirrors ...

Day 10 : Perigueux - Wednesday 2.7.14

A travel blog entry by whibj


... Room 4, National Recognition of the martyred village; Room 5, Peace messages. We spent about 2 hours here. It was so terrible and so sad, but very well presented. After visiting the museum, we walked a short distance to the 'old town' which has been left as it was after all the killings and fires. We spent about 30 minutes walking around the ruins of this town. We didn't go down every street. We can't believe that more people don't know about this place. ...

A step back to Pre-Historic times

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie


... included a huge gallery of Stone Age tools, weapons and jewellery, and bones, skeletons and lifesize reconstructions of some of the animals that once roamed the valley but are now extinct, including bison, mammoth, woolly rhinoceros, giant deer and enormous cave bears.
Our motorhome clocked over 2000 miles after lunch as we moved further north, this time to the Grotte de Rouffignac. An electric train took us into ...


This hotel, located in Tursac, is near Cathedrale St-Front, Chateau de Biron, Musee de Perigord, and Place St. Louis.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge du Peche-lune Tursac

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good