How to Find Caday Rouge & CRMT
Bergerac: 41 miles
Toulouse: 77 miles
Bordeaux: 105 miles
Rodez. 104 miles
Agen: 33 miles
Libos: 3 miles
Calais: 555 miles
Le Havre: 468 miles
Caen: 459 miles
St. Malo: 389 miles
Calais: 549 miles
There are daily connecting flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) to the regional capital Bordeaux and Toulouse Airports.
Ryanair, British Airways and Jet2.com fly directly to Bergerac from Stansted, Luton, Gatwick, Liverpool, East Midlands, Manchester, Bournemouth, Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Leeds Bradford airports.
There are various car hire companies available at the airport; we do recommend you book in advance.
There are a number of UK ports that run ferries to France. These are Brittany Ferries, P&O, Condor Ferries and DFDS. See their respective websites for more details.
Eurostar runs via the Channel Tunnel between London and Paris (Gare de Nord) in 3 hours. Paris is linked to the high speed rail network (TGV). Departures for Aquitaine are from Gare Montparnasse station. Taking the train from London to Lille avoids the need to change stations in Paris. There are TGV connections to Bordeaux and Toulouse as well as to Agen, and then a connecting train to Monsempron-Libos, or Libos as it is shortened to, which is the nearest station to us.
You can book trains from within 3 months of your travel at https://www.sncf.com/en
The superb French Autoroute (Motorway) system makes driving here as easy as you could hope for. The main Motorways to this region are the A10 (from the north to Bordeaux), the A20 (from Paris via the A10, A71) to Toulouse and the A62 (from Toulouse to Bordeaux). You can avoid the Peripherique at Paris by taking (from Charles de Gaulle Airport) the A 86 & A (& N) 186 and the A10 direction Bordeaux. The A10 divides at Orleans where we recommend taking the A 71 (direction Vierzon and Toulouse) and then the A20 to North or South Cahors and then Saint Vite.