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Timing when visiting the Dordogne Department

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As I'm making final plans for my trip to the Dordogne area in September, I'm struggling with trying to figure out how much I should plan for a day. I realize that most towns are close to each other and small but I just don't know how much time to plan for each.

So as an example, is this a realistic day traveling from Perigueux? Too much? Too little? I enjoy photography so time will be spent looking for good photo opportunities. Also, I'll be traveling alone.

Departing around 8:30 - 9:00 AM:

Abbaye De Chancelade
St-Jean De-Cole
Grotte De Villars
Chateau de Jumilhac
Return to Perigueux


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