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Badefols sur Dordogne Town Hall

The ruins of a château still guard the village from up high on a rocky promontory overlooking the Dordogne. At their foot, the picturesque village of Badefols sur Dordogne slopes towards the river.

Higher up, along the many footpaths are stone-roofed, dry stone cabins (‘bories’) which wine-producers used both as shelter and for stocking their tools in the days when Badefols was - as a few remaining vines go to show - a major wine-producing region.


Hiking Trails
From the information board at the Town Hall follow directions to Le Buisson. Turn right at the crossroads following signs to Molières, pass in front of the church and turn first right after 15m.
Length : 15km
Time : On foot : 4h40 / On horseback : 2h20 / By mountain-bike : 2h