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Departure Sun, 01 Sep Return Thu, 12 Sep
LTN London
BOD Bordeaux
return from £48
Departure Thu, 29 Aug Return Thu, 05 Sep
STN London
BOD Bordeaux
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Departure Sun, 25 Aug Return Thu, 29 Aug
SOU Southampton
BOD Bordeaux
return from £150
Departure Tue, 10 Sep Return Fri, 13 Sep
LPL Liverpool
BOD Bordeaux
return from £80
Popular flight routes to Bergerac
London - Bordeaux
return from £87
London - Bordeaux
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Birmingham - Bordeaux
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Southampton - Bordeaux
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Liverpool - Bordeaux
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Trips to Bergerac

Bergerac travel

Picture-perfect Bergerac is located on the northern bank of the Dordogne River, in the heart of the Périgord Dordogne area in the west of France. The city has an attractive medieval core and lovely riverfront with Renaissance-style buildings, half-timbered houses and many enticing shops, gourmet restaurants and charming squares. Wine enthusiasts on a trip to Bergerac will not be disappointed as not only is there a museum dedicated to wine, but there are also several excellent vineyards dotted across the rolling hills of the surrounding countryside. The town's other claim to fame is the association with Edmond Rostand's 19th century play based on Cyrano de Bergerac.

Things to do and places to see in Bergerac

There are many captivating sights in Bergerac, from the markets and medieval buildings of the old town to the Maison de Vins de Bergerac, where visitors on a trip to Bergerac can learn all about wine within a stunning 12th century cloister. Bergerac also provides an ideal jumping off point to explore the pretty countryside, castles and villages of the Dordogne, which can be done by road or by boat.

When visiting Bergerac, be sure to:

  • Spend a few hours walking around the atmospheric vieille ville (old town) with cutesy streets, top-notch restaurants and medieval buildings.
  • Admire the half-timbered houses on Rue St Clar and Place Mirpe
  • Learn about the region's history of wine at the Maison de Vins de Bergerac wine museum
  • Pull up a chair and people watch from one of the many bustling café terraces
  • Go shopping for food in the colourful farmers' markets
  • Take a boat trip to see some of the surrounding countryside and riverside villages
  • Visit the 16th century Chateau de Monbazillac, famous for its sweet and golden Monbazillac wines
  • Take to the vine-carpeted hills and visit a local vineyard for a tour
  • See the remarkable sculptures of Constantin Papachristopoulos (also known as Costi) at the Musée Costi
  • Walk around the Château De Lanquais, a stunning Renaissance palace
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Bergerac airports

Flights to Bergerac may arrive at either Bergerac-Dordogne-Périgord Airport (also known as Roumanière Airport) a small single terminal airport less than two miles from the city centre, or to Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport, approximately 78 miles from the city centre.

  • Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport

    Top airlines

    There are a number of large airlines operating flights to Bergerac via Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport including: Air France, British Airways and easyJet

    Location

    Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport is approximately 78 miles to the west of Bergerac city centre.

    Transport options

    There are several car rental agencies and passengers travelling by car can access Bergerac city centre via the A89 motorway. Regular shuttle buses run between the airport and Bordeaux train station where you can then catch a train to Bergerac. The train journey takes approximately 1.5 hours.

  • Bergerac Airport

    Top airlines

    There are several low cost airlines operating cheap flights to Bergerac including: Flybe, Jet2 and Ryanair.

    Location

    Bergerac Airport is located less than two miles to the south of Bergerac city centre in the Dordogne region of France.

    Transport options

    There are several car rental agencies at the airport and access to the city centre is provided by the Avenue Paul Painlevé. There are no public buses, but taxis wait outside the arrival area to go to the main train and bus station in the centre.

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