Walks round & about Riberac
We are ideally placed for both walking and cycling in this beautiful part of the Dordogne with its small villages nestled in the hills and valleys, its rivers and forests, prehistoric caves and trogolodyte habitations. We have a wealth of experience of both walking and cycling in the area and over our time here have built up a comprehensive collection of walking and cycling routes. As well as a tailor-made walk or ride to suit your requirements, along with route maps, we can provide a tasty picnic lunch made from good quality, local ingredients.
One of our favourite walks is the Edward Harrison Barker route that he took in 1892-93 through the Perigord which was at that time called the Guyenne. A British Victorian adventurer and traveller (and former British Consul in Blaye near Bordeaux) whose exploits are detailed in his book “Two Summers in Guyenne”. Some of the experiences he records are not difficult to imagine as one retraces his steps through incredible scenery which must have changed very little.
Some of the beautiful, unspoilt scenery which you can enjoy