La Paponie

Lodging to rent in Dordogne

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Régis Delbru   E-mail
La Paponie
24370 Calviac en Périgord

06 98 00 78 17


La Grande Paponie

View of the Grande Paponie from Calviac

in Calviac en Périgord : 11 kilometers from Sarlat and from Souillac in a arboreal estate at 1 kilometer of the river Dordogne for 10 to 14 people.

Calviac en Périgord is one of the oldest town in France going back to the Roman, even if it remains little of vestige. The burg, stylish and pleasant, groups its houses around a church, beautiful roman edifice of the XIIe century.


The rented place consists of an independent farm on an arboreal estate of walnut trees in the valley of the Dordogne, in a hamlet in dead-end. The big house overlooks a terrace, front of the castle of Fénelon. The house contains 8 principal rooms and a terrace of more than 300 m² and suits for 10 to 14 people.

The privative space consists of the house and the terrace. The Farmyard, the fields and the wood are free of access both the owner and to the tenants. Beside the house, a small house opens on the common space and can be occupied by the owner or another tenant.

La Paponie is at 500 meters of the bourg of Calviac with a town hall and a post and at 1 kilometer from the Dordogne river with beaches and canoe bases. A bicycle path, connecting Sarlat to Souillac, makes it possible a promenade by foot, bicycle or roller in the middle of nature.
At 4 kilometers, Carlux, the administrative centre, has many corner shops and services: doctor, pharmacy, dentist, kinesitherapist, etc.
At 11 kilometers, Sarlat, a city of 10000 inhabitants and the sub-prefecture, offers hypermarkets, a swimming pool, museums, etc.
At 11 kilometers, Souillac, city of 3000 inhabitants, offers also hypermarkets, a swimming pool, museums, etc., as well as a railway station located on the major railway Paris-Toulouse.
Many prestigious sites are located 20 to 40 kilometers such as the Eysies and the prehistory; the medieval castles of Castelnaud and Beynac; the pits; the Causse and Roc Amadour, the second listed site of France.