Things to do and see at Caday Rouge
RELAX and take it easy by the pool (open between May and September).
GOLF - A number of good standard courses are within 30 km and there is also a 9-hole golf course only 10 km away in a most enchanting setting.
MOUNTAIN-BIKING - On mountain-bike tracks.
HORSE RIDING/TREKKING - A popular riding stables is close by.
WINE TASTING - A popular wine growing area, we have local and nearby Buzet, Duras, Bergerac, Cahors, Bordeaux, St Emilion, and many others open for tours and tastings.
WALKING - We are surrounded by canal and river walkways for your enjoyment.
PAINTING - A must for any landscape artist with fields full of sunflowers or poppies, châteaux and castles and beautiful big skies all around: wherever you look there is a scene ready for painting.
CANOEING/KAYAKING - This is very popular on the River Lot. Also relaxing are boat trips for a slower pace but an experience not to be missed.
Maison forte de Reignac It is the strangest Perigord castle, the most secret, most extraordinary and most mysterious too. Built on a cliff overlooking the Vézère Valley, Reignac has seen it all.
Château Des Milandes From the Château with it's fascinating history of Josephine Baker, the stunning french gardens and park, to the breath-taking birds of prey show and feeding of the exotic birds, a fabulous day out.
The Gouffre de Padirac The first underground world site in France, seeped in history and generally involving the devil. It is an incredible cave system containing an underground river and gorge and an incredibly huge cavern. Underground lakes and pools and stalactite formations all add to its appeal.
Foret des Singes The unique Monkey Forest near Rocamadour. Walk among 150 Barbary Macaques, also called Magots, living in freedom on 20 ha of forest and meadows. Appreciate the direct contact with the monkeys and observe this amazing species in an exceptional setting.
La Grotte de Lastournelle These limestone caves have developed over 25 million years, building up a host of stalactites, stalagmites and limestone tapestries of an incomparable richness. The Lastournelle Cave was discovered in 1878 when a well was drilled.
Château de Duras Discover the rich history of the Dukes of Duras and uninterrupted conquest of the castle over the centuries. The medieval castle to pleasure residence XVIII th century, the meeting of architectural splendour through a maze of thirty visitable parts.
Nautilius BKS Come and enjoy sailing on the Lot river, on a canoe, motorboat or hydroplane. Up to 8 people in an electric motor boat, no licence required. Pedalos up to 4 seats.
Karting Bergerac Karting welcomes you to a pleasant setting in the heart of Purple Perigord. This space karting is something for everyone from 7 years, safely supervised by an FFSA certified instructor. Newbie or passionate, discover and share unforgettable sensations.
Aquarium du Périgord Noir Watch the Cayman crocodile swim among a myriad of fish in 3 million litres of water. The Aquarium du Périgord Noir also has an Iguana Park with aquatic lizards and turtles, the mysterious Morelia viridis bull snake and an equally dreaded anaconda amongst many others sights.
Château de Bonaguil The last great fortified castle to be constructed in France, now one of the most impressive and evocative castle ruins in France or anywhere. One of the unexpected features that make it interesting are the markings that has been uncovered at the castle, covered over since the middle ages,
Latour Marliac Discover Bory Latour-Marliac, horticultural innovator, and the link with Claude Monet and his series of paintings, the Water Lillies. Explore 2.5 hectares of gardens, ponds and natural sources and museum collections.
La Roque St. Christophe Is the biggest cave site in Europe. These natural cavities were occupied by man in prehistoric times and then modified to become a safe city from the Middle Ages to the early Renaissance.
Musee du Foie Gras Located on the farm Souleilles the Foie Gras Museum is a unique achievement in France. Discover the history of foie gras and find answers to all your questions: why ducks and geese gorge themselves in the wild? Why the Southwest is the first foie gras production region in the world?
Les Grottes de Maxange The Maxange Caves, a masterpiece of nature, offer the magic of a show of unique eccentric concretions in the world. Maxange is recognised as one of the most beautiful caves with concretions France. A visit that will not leave you indifferent.
Roc de Cazele A prehistoric park near Sarlat, the capital of prehistory. Discover reconstructions of the life of our distant ancestors. The Cazelle Roc caves are located in the valley Du Goulet where the famous statue, the Venus of Sireuil was discovered. Includes interactive tours and workshops.
Le Stelsia - Great for lunch or dinner and a walk around the amazing château and grounds with it's enviable topiary and gardens. There is a beautiful carousel as well as a fun 18-hole mini golf course.