Our houses are situated in Dordogne in Perigord Noir. Here we are only a few minutes outside the heart of the small and beautiful medieval town of Tremolat.


Tremolat is a small town wonderfully situated by the Dordogne river, and a holiday house in Tremolat is a great startingpoint to an unforgettable holiday
Tremolat has everything you need on your holiday. In the town you'll find 6 restaurants, a grocery store/butcher, bakery,  posthouse, barber, hairdresser, gas station, and a giftshop. 
Right outside Tremolat you can play tennis at the camping site. From the bar/restaurant "Pyramide" there is a marvouless
view over the River Dordogne. 
On Tuesdays you can enjoy the local Marketday and do some shopping for local produce.
You can take lessons in waterskiing and ride the canoe on the Dordogne river.
If you're lucky you can take part in the Marché Nocturne, which is a town festival, where the whole village is closed off to cars and everyone dance and eat at long tables.
The area is filled with castles, vinyards, caves, medieval villages and towns.
The famous Lascaux caves are also to be found in the area.
Perigord is known for its abundance of food and you can taste foie gras, truffles, confit de canard and many many different types of wine.
The Bergerac airport is approximately 35km from Tremolat, St. Emillion is 70km away and Perigueux can be reached in about one hour by car
Trémolat is a commune in the Dordogne department in Aquitaine in southwestern France.
Situated on the banks of the Dordogne river, this picturesque village is extremely popular although the village itself remains unspoiled and not the least bit commercialised.
Trémolat is 45 km (28 mi) from the town of Périgueux and is situated along the Dordogne River in the Périgord region near numerous prehistoric sites and vineyards.
Tremolat itself is within easy travelling time of numerous local airports including Bordeaux, Bergerac, Toulouse, Brive, Limoges and Périgueux.
Tremolat has a railway station, from here you can go to Bergerac, Sarlat, Toulouse, Brive and Bordeaux.