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chateau de Sauveboeuf, Montignac

Categories: Castles, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
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  • This castle located halfway between Terrasson and Montignac at first glance looks ‘a bit off’. Information panels inform you about the bad state it was in when the current owner (a well known French T...  read more »
  • Beautiful House of the 14th century on the banks of the Vézère, well renovated by its owner Mr Douce; So far there is no visit guided. Beautiful collection of prehistoric tools. Recommended visit.
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  • Away from the tourist bustle, the castle of Sauveboeuf contains a collection of historic and prehistoric exhibits surprising, enriched continuously by its owner. Julie, the guide, we have fact shared his passion for these distant periods - the Magdalenian or other Solutrean - for which we had not necessarily affinity. Exciting!
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  • A visit to all points of view! M sweet, owner of the Castle and the largest collection of prehistoric objects in the world has made us "live" this period with all the passion and competence that animate it. A beautiful castle in a magnificent environment whose visit was embellished by the encounter of the craftsman responsible for the restoration for several decades. Passionate people, an exceptional welcome... this visit will remain an unforgettable moment.
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  • A counselor for the neophytes in prehistory. Guided tour, by the owner of the Castle M. sweet, will then give you the urge to continue your research into the origins of human. In a second part, the visit of the castle with a historic crispy as a good part of our castles of Périgord.
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  • Unique prehistoric commented on by a single "cicerone" in an incredible Castle. What wonderful visit. Thank you Mr Claude Douce
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