An ideal and privileged location

It is in the charming village of Milhac in the Dordogne Valley that the Domaine les Maurelles is established. It is a destination of choice for meeting, sharing and relaxing.

Culture, heritage, activities and pleasures come together in the region. In less than an hour's drive, you will be in the heart of the most beautiful and impressive points of interest in the region: Sarlat, Beynac, La Roque-Gageac, Castelnaud , Rocamadour, Caves of Lascaux, Gouffre de Padirac, Les Eyzies, Collonges-la-Rouge, the Gardens of Eyrignac, the Groléjac lake, Aquaparc de Gourdon and many others.

Let yourself be surprised by the Dordogne Valley which has a lot to offer you!

Gardens and Castles

The Dordogne is full of medieval gems, and there is no shortage of castles. From Beynac to Castelnaud, via Les Milandes and many others, they offer a dive into history. But castles are not the only treasures of the Dordogne. The gardens, such as those of Marqueyssac and Eyrignac, are just as fascinating. With their trimmed boxwoods, their romantic paths and their breathtaking views, they constitute a real invitation to stroll. A trip to Dordogne would not be complete without visiting these wonderful sites.

Caves and Chasms

The Lot and the Dordogne are also known for their caves and their chasms which offer a unique experience to visitors. From the Caves of Lascaux, renowned for their prehistoric cave paintings, to the Grotte de Rouffignac and its exceptional galleries, via the Gouffre de Padirac and its impressive cavity, each site is an invitation to wonder. Without forgetting the troglodyte houses of Les Eyzies, witnesses of human habitation since prehistoric times.

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Cities and Villages

Each town and village in the Dordogne and Lot offers a unique experience! Sarlat, with its cobbled streets, yellow stone buildings and magnificent cathedral, is a true gem. Beynac-et-Cazenac, perched on a hill, offers breathtaking views of the Dordogne, while the Roque Gageac, located on the banks of the river, attracts visitors with its stone houses and lush gardens. Rocamadour, built on a cliff, is a sacred city that has attracted pilgrims for centuries. Finally, Colonges-la-Rouge, with its red sandstone houses and narrow streets, is a charming village that is worth a visit. 

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Sports and Leisure

The Dordogne is an ideal region for lovers of the outdoors, lovers of nature and enthusiasts of thrills. For an aerial experience, there's nothing like a airship trip over the Dordogne Valley. For adventure lovers, canoeing on the Dordogne is a popular activity, offering unique views of castles and villages. Visitors can go to the Groléjac lake to enjoy a swim or a fishing trip, or visit the Gourdon water park to relax. refresh and have fun with the family.