Besides the harvest period, you can visit the museum of the truffle that will let you discover this Perigord's speciality. You can also find a bakery, a grocery, a newspaper store, a pharmacy and a hotel-restaurant which is well-known, “L'auberge de la truffe”. You can also buy fresh products directly from the farms around.
You will be able to access by Napoleon road to the small town of Thiviers with its typical Saturday morning market (about 12 kms). By 20 kilometers, you will discover Périgueux, capital of the Périgord, which has been classified as “Ville d'art et d'Histoire” (Art and History City) with its narrow little streets, hôtels particuliers, its protected districts and the Saint-Front Cathedral, classified in the UNESCO's Humanity World Heritage.
A little further, you can also discover the Auvézére valley and its prehistoric sites such as the famous Lascaux's cave. You can also discover the vineyards of Bergerac a little at the South of Périgueux. And also think to wonder next to the river Dordogne where you will discover charming villages, old castles settled on the cliffs and the lovely city of Sarlat, which is really animated during the summer
For athletes, bike-rail and canoe are waiting for you (in Cognac at 3km) and a 9-hole golf course at Château d'Essendiéras (15km). Finally on the Causse de Savignac (3 km) on a plot of 400 hectares, "Causses and rivers of Perigord" has created an exceptional space dedicated to sports in a preserved nature with different Nordic walking routes, mountain bike routes, discounted shape and no archery. Summer is particularly lively, parties, parties, concerts, theaters.