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Constant

Dordogne, France
Canoe down the Dordogne

Canoe down the Dordogne

Posted by Luci Ackers on 2 August 2019

If you're looking for a different way to explore the local area during your stay in Constant, a peaceful day canoing down the Dordogne River might be just the ticket. Travel...

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Lascaux cave art: more than meets the eye?

Lascaux cave art: more than meets the eye?

Posted by Jonathan Broom on 20 December 2018

Of all the prehistoric archaeological treasures to be found in the Dordogne's READ MORE

The Dordogne: lord, love a duck!

The Dordogne: lord, love a duck!

Posted by Jonathan Broom on 14 June 2018

If France is famous worldwide for its cuisine, then the provender of Périgord is famous throughout France – and beyond, of course. Truffles; cheese; walnuts – and, bien...

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The Dordogne: a visit to the Gardens of Marqueyssac is a MUST!

The Dordogne: a visit to the Gardens of Marqueyssac is a MUST!

Posted by Jonathan Broom on 29 March 2018

Whatever the time of year, visitors to Constant in the Dordogne rightly marvel at the gardens surrounding this ancient hamlet, now a beautiful (and beautifully appointed) holiday village. Serious...

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Sarlat Markets in the Dordogne

Sarlat Markets in the Dordogne

Posted by Luci Ackers on 4 December 2017

Immerse yourself in the Dordogne and visit the fantastic area of Sarlat, a medieval town developed around a large abbey that is famous for its markets. The town is a network of old streets...

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Black Truffles of the Dordogne

Black Truffles of the Dordogne

Posted by Luci Ackers on 14 November 2017

'Tis the season to forage for truffles. But why are we suddenly mad about this expensive delicacy? What are truffles? Périgord, or the Dordogne as the area is...

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Go Wild in Constant | How to get kids exploring the great outdoors

Go Wild in Constant | How to get kids exploring the great outdoors

Posted by Luci Ackers on 1 September 2017

At Constant we have embarked upon a project called #BondGoesWild; the aim is to get youngsters out and about exploring the beautiful Dordogne grounds. This ancient hamlet in France is full of...

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Cycling tours in the Dordogne

Cycling tours in the Dordogne

Posted by Luci Ackers on 31 August 2017

The Dordogne is one of the best places to explore, especially by bike. At Constant you are excellently located to discover some of the most beautiful landscapes and quaint old market...

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The Tour De France and Bastille Day 2017

The Tour De France and Bastille Day 2017

Posted by Luci Ackers on 25 July 2017

The Dordogne came alive in mid-July as the Tour de France crossed the region while the country geared up to celebrate Bastille Day on 14th July! Stage 10 of the Tour saw the...

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Day trip to Bergerac

Day trip to Bergerac

Posted by Luci Ackers on 28 June 2017

From Constant you can easily enjoy a great daytrip to Bergerac. The French commune is around half an hour away and is bustling with culture and...

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The Dordogne

The Dordogne's Vézère Valley

Posted by Luci Ackers on 21 December 2016

Image: Lascaux by Prof saxx via Wikimedia...

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Supermoon this November 2016

Supermoon this November 2016

Posted by Luci Ackers on 10 November 2016

November is due to be a very special month for stargazers! November 2016 will see the biggest supermoon in roughly 70 years. So if you're a fan of the...

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Visit stunning gardens in the Dordogne for a beautiful day out

Visit stunning gardens in the Dordogne for a beautiful day out

Posted by Luci Ackers on 30 June 2016

When travelling down to Constant in the Dordogne, the pristine gardens at Manoir d'Eyrignac are a fantastic sight. More than 500 years old and owned by the...

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Spring in the Dordogne

Spring in the Dordogne

Posted by Luci Ackers on 7 March 2016

Spring wildlife in the Dordogne The weather is warming, the sun's beginning to peak through and we'll soon be seeing new life start to appear on the trees. Spring is a...

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Walking the Dordogne

Walking the Dordogne

Posted by Luci Ackers on 16 November 2015

See the Dordogne through the eyes of someone who lives and breathes it. If you are a guest to Constant you will want to join one of Marie-Line Denis-Cope's walks of the area. Really soak up...

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Dordogne Migration: Why do birds fly in V-formations?

Dordogne Migration: Why do birds fly in V-formations?

Posted by Luci Ackers on 11 September 2015

Why a V-shape? If you've ever looked up to the sky having heard a skein of geese overhead you'll be well aware they fly in a noticeable V formation. The same can be said for...

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The Big French Food Festival - Don

The Big French Food Festival - Don't Miss Out!

Posted by Luci Ackers on 8 September 2015

Fête de la Gastronomie this September To celebrate its fantastic culinary heritage, and recognition by UNESCO as part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity List, a...

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The Panoramic Gardens of Limeuil, Dordogne

The Panoramic Gardens of Limeuil, Dordogne

Posted by Luci Ackers on 20 April 2015

Limeuil is a small, pretty village in the Dordogne that sits right on the confluence of the Dordogne and Vézère rivers between the towns of Le Bugue and Le Buisson de...

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Château Beynac, Dordogne

Château Beynac, Dordogne

Posted by Luci Ackers on 16 March 2015

Château Beynac is a beautiful medieval castle located high above the Dordogne River, it is heritage listed and offers stunning views across the Dordogne valley. A visit to the château...

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Nightingales in the Dordogne

Nightingales in the Dordogne

Posted by Luci Ackers on 3 March 2015

Nightingales, despite their name, do not only sing at night, and it is not only the females who produce the famous notes. It is thought the nightingale's nocturnal song is actually...

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