While visiting the Dordogne Valley, I recommend staying in Sarlat-la-Canéda and setting aside at least three days for exploring. Sarlat is perfectly situated between amazing natural caves, sacred pilgrimage destinations, and picturesque riverside villages. Not to mention, Sarlat itself is home to the highest concentration of medieval, Renaissance, and 17th-century architecture than any town in France. It also hosts an incredible market. For more details on Sarlat, visit my Sarlat post.EXPLORE!