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Maison Beaumié in Sérignac-Péboudou close to near by villages and towns of Villereal, Issigeac, St Emillion and Eymet.  It is only 25 mins from Bergerac Airport in the Aquitaine South West  France.



Villereal is a lively and pretty Bastide town on the river Dropt, founded by Alphonse de Poiters in 1269. 


The Saturday market is authentic and frequented by the locals as well as visitors. The local restaurants around the central market square offer a chance to relax and enjoy the fabulous local wine and the Perigord delights.



Enjoy the enchanting ambience of Issigeac, a small medieval village dating back to 1269. Visit the stunning church of Saint-Felicien and wander around the streets of charming half timber houses and tiny roads, laid out in the shape of a snail.  The market offers authentic stalls and the local shops which have stylish and original designer products. During your visit relax and recharge in one of the local classic French restaurants or cafes.


Located:  20 km from Maison Beaumie

St Emillion


The beautiful medieval town of St Emillion is a world renown Mecca for wine lovers. It’s famous for it’s Grand Cru wine and offers the opportunity to tour a local Chateau and sample the delights of this town’s magnificent wine.


Surprisingly, much of the town is underground - so join a tour to get a glimpse of the catacombs. Make sure you take in the stunning hillside views from the top of the Bell Tower and play King of the castle from the 13th century King’s Tower.


Enjoy the delights of Perigord from one of the numerous restaurants in one of the enhancing streets or squares.




Eymet is an attractive town dating back to 1270 situated on the banks of the river Dropt.


Explore this charming medieval village, take in the ruins of the original castle or just relax in one of the cafes or restaurants in Place Gambetta.



The beautiful river Dropt river starts it’s journey in the Perigord and eventually flows into the Garonne. This local river offers many opportunities to canoe, fish or  picnic on it’s banks.

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