A charming village located on the Dordogne River, Couze is conveniently situated between Bergerac and Sarlat. Only a 5 minute stroll from the chateau, Couze offers three excellent restaurants, two bars, two small grocery shops, a pharmacy and local walks, amongst other facilities. The town is also home to Moulin de la Rouzique Econo-Musée du Papier, an interactive museum which recounts Couze’s place at the heart of paper making in France. Join the residents of Couze for a lively evening of local food, wine, and music during one of the bi-weekly summer night markets.
A varied region which offers something for everyone. Famed for its market culture and quaint villages, the Dordogne is a food and wine lover’s paradise. Steeped in history, from the multitude of prehistoric caves, including Lascaux, to the numerous medieval castles, the Dordogne offers much to be discovered. For the outdoor enthusiast there is abundant cycling, canoeing, and hiking to enjoy. There is simply no better place to soak up the culture of rural France.