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The area, things to do, see, drink and eat!
The area surrounding La Lunaire is famous for it’s seasonal produce including melons, cherries, walnuts and apricots. In the summer, the rolling fields burst with sunflowers. The landscape lends itself perfectly to all manner of activities including swimming, golf, canoeing and cycling or just a wonderful walk through the countryside. There are dozens of fabulous restaurants, historical sights, village markets and of course vineyards.
  1. For wine lovers
    For wine lovers
    Cognac, St Emillion and Bergerac are all accessible and there are many other wineries including Montbazilliac. Bordeaux is an hour and a half away, great for the wine of course but also it’s known as the Paris of North west France with beautiful cobbled lanes and great shopping and restaurants. We can also recommend wine-tasting possibilities just round the corner.
  2. Activities
    Swimming and Canoeing - There are many river beaches near to La Lunaire and a wonderful lake ‘La Jemaye’ which has a children friendly swimming area. Most offer canoeing, they vary from very lazy days on the river to the more challenging, depending on how energetic you feel. Cycling Horse Riding Walking Tennis Golf
  3. Historical sights and towns to visit
    Historical sights and towns to visit
    DescriptionBrantome Aubeterre Périgueux, the capital of the Dordogne is 40 minutes away. Its renaissance quarter has been beautifully restored with narrow, cool cobbled streets opening on to sunny squares full of cafés and small shops.
  4. Dining
    This area offers many wonderful bars and restaurants, we can recommend the best, we’ve tried them all! We can also organise a reasonably priced taxi service home if you want to make a night of it!