What to do in the Dordogne Valley ?

Take the time !
Take the time to discover through the many hiking trails breathtaking landscapes in the heart of unspoilt nature.
Take the time to visit all the small villages and sometimes go back in time by visiting sites full of history.
Take the time to understand the underground worlds by walking through the many cavities and chasms.
Take the time to get on your bike and ride through the landscapes of the Causse.
Take the time to enjoy the local gastronomy.
Take the time to meet the local population, generous, authentic, and so friendly.

You won't get bored in the Dordogne Valley !

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If the weather is good (it is very often the case) !

Hiking :
There are many hiking trails starting from the mill but also from nearby villages. We are at your disposal to give you information on the different paths, their tracks, their difficulties as well as our favourites.

Canoe / Kayak :
Several leisure bases are less than 10 minutes from the Moulin du Boisset and offer you different itineraries to go down the Dordogne river.
We recommend SAFARAID Dordogne. It is a professional and dynamic team. 
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Golf :
Golf de Montal at 25 mn from the Moulin du Boisset. 
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Golf de Souillac at 25 mn from the Moulin du Boisset. 
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Hot air balloon :
A unique way to discover Rocamadour ! Take-off from the bottom of the canyon, facing the site. Flight over the houses clinging to the cliff and the limestone moors.
An unforgettable experience ! 
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Discover, from the sky, the Dordogne valley and fly over Rocamadour : a real spectacle for the eyes.

Caving, climbing :
The Causse de Gramat is a paradise for underground adventures with its many caves, chasms, underground rivers and resurgences. Climbing is practiced on more and more cliffs.

Horse riding :
Near the Mill, several riding schools offer you their activities.

Fishing :
The Dordogne abounds in little corners where you can practice your favourite sport.

Biking :
You can also discover all the beauty of the region, by bike or mountain bike, along the roads or hiking trails such as the one to Santiago de Compostela.

If it's cloudy (it can happen) !

Visit of caves and chasms :
There is of course the most famous, the Gouffre de Padirac. A must-see. 
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But also the Grottes de Lacave, near the Moulin du Boisset. In addition to the many underground lakes and concretions, these caves are equipped with a remarkable light scenography. More info.

Visit of castles :
One medieval, the Castle of Castelnau-Bretenoux, one of the most imposing fortresses of the region
. More info.
The other renaissance style, the Chateau de Montal, with its magnificent facade and French garden. More info.

Farm visit :
The best known is the Borie d'Imbert close to Rocamadour where you can watch, almost every day, the milking of the goats and then buy local products in the shop. 
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Reptiland :
An amazing and very important collection of reptiles to discover. More info.

Museums :
The Jean Lurçat Museum in Saint-Laurent-les-Tours, home and workshop of the famous tapestry maker, recognized as the great artisan of the revival of 20th century tapestry.
 More info.

The Automaton Museum in Souillac, which with its 300 automatons and mechanical toys is the largest in Europe. More info.