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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Bergerac Dordogne Périgord Airport (EGC), just over 10 mins' drive from the centre (about 5km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Bergerac are Europcar, Avis, Thrifty, Sixt and Citer.
Warmest month: August (22°C)
Coldest month: January (7°C)
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Tucked into the Dordogne River Valley, Bergerac is the promise of a great getaway.
Surrounded by vineyards upon vineyards, Bergerac is renowned for its wine. For any lover of the luscious grape juice, it's paradise.
Only a short distance from quaint villages, castles and caves, the town is the ideal hub for tourist looking to explore the greater Dordogne area. Bergerac is also an easy 90 minutes from Bordeaux by car.
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Bergerac Airport EGC
A small airport hosting several low-cost airlines.
Car hire pick up point
Rental desks are located in a separate building outside the Arrivals Hall, just past the taxi rank.
A recreation of a complex cave system featuring over 600 prehistoric wall paintings.
Formerly an important centre for lace production, today the city's cobbled squares host numerous arts festivals.
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Get to know the Dordogne Region
Distance: 49 km
Driving Time: 1 hour
Capital of the Dordogne, Perigueux is the biggest and busiest town in the region. Situated on the Isle River, it was once an important Roman centre. Wander around the Cite quarter – the old district – and look out for the Roman amphitheatre and temple.
Distance: 25 km
Driving Time: 35 minutes
Lalinde, founded in 1261, was an one of the first English bastides to be constructed. It faced heavy attacks during the Hundred Years War, leaving little of the old medieval town for future generations. Visit on a Thursday morning to enjoy the market, filled with fresh French produce.
Jardins Suspendus at Marqueyssac
Distance: 69 km
Driving Time: 1 hour 15 min
Overlooking the Dordogne Valley, the Marqueyssac is one of the country's most distinguished formal gardens. It is a spectacularly crafted oasis of over 100,000 elegant hedges, hand-trimmed and grown into a magical maze. The rose garden is sure to pique your senses as well.