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    • The official base Canoe Les Eyzies offer you to spend a pleasant time from 2 hours to 3 days on one of the most picturesque rivers in France.

      Located in the Eyzies, capital of prehistoric times, and a stone's throw from the main tourist sites of the Périgord Noir.

      We offer you the most beautiful canoe routes on the part of the Vézère Valley World Heritage by Unesco in 1979. You admire the high cliffs where lived the prehistoric man as well as villages and troglodyte fortresses, castles and churches.


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Services

  • Access to the beach
  • Barbeque
  • Chèques Vacances (Holiday voucher)
  • Credit card accepted
  • English spoken
  • Groups
  • Lake side/River banks
  • Parking
  • Pets welcome
  • Picnic area
  • Snack
  • Spanish spoken
  • Take away
  • WC
  • open 7/7

Useful information

  • Guide du Routard
  • Petit Futé

Location : In the countryside

Province : Black Périgord

River : Vézère

Location : La Patte d'Oie
24620 Les Eyzies de Tayac

Address

La Patte d'Oie
24620 Les Eyzies de Tayac

Contact

Phone : 05 53 06 91 89

Cell : 06 30 57 39 66

GPS coordinates

44° 56'3.35"N, 1° 0'46.27"E

Traveller Reviews

4.5 sur 5 40 reviews

  • "Fantastic trip"

    4 / 5 Reviews posted by GaryC522 on 16/09/2019

    Four adults and three children (10,10, and 6) enjoyed a journey on the Dordogne. Views, esp at the beginning of vertical limestone cliffs humbling. Plenty of dragonflies, fish, and the occasional...

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  • "Highlight of our holiday"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by Versailles000 (London, United Kingdom) on 22/08/2017

    We went for a two hour evening canoe ride with my two children aged 9 and 7. We were complete beginners, but we can swim and with life jackets we felt pretty safe in the river. It is a very calm...

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  • "Nice day trip"

    4 / 5 Reviews posted by 362paulinef (Vleuten, The Netherlands) on 13/08/2016

    Friendly staff and okay materials. Scenery dominated by lots of trees, rocks and birds. Little to none restpoints with food/beverage availabke so bring your own. The Dordogne, although nearly...

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