Was a very important port at the time. Its old quarters recall the old life, with its cobblestone streets and old quays, its houses with porcini (sort of advanced covered on the front).
City with a very important religious heritage, both its history and its beauty remain intact. Apart from its ancient cobbled streets, you’ll have the opportunity to discover the architectural richness of the small city. Wealth embodied including the Penitents Chapel, the Renaissance House, the Abbey Saint-Pierre with its Romanesque tympanum and treasure set out in its transept. Beaulieu sur Dordogne enjoys very mild temperature in winter, allowing it to maintain a lush vegetation.