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Located in the heart of the Périgord Pourpre, with the Dordogne running through it, Bergerac is a haven of peace in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. Come stay in one of our 3-star hotels near downtown for services devoted to your well-being. You'll enjoy the comfort of your room, service, parking and the restaurant cuisine.

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In Bergerac and its surroundings

Check out our Campanile hotel-restaurants in Bergerac and enjoy comfortable rooms
Hôtels Bordeaux Campanile

Hotels Campanile
Bordeaux

Friendly and welcoming, our 3-star Campanile hotels in Bordeaux offer parking to make your arrival easier, restaurants with an all-you-can-eat buffet and equipped meeting rooms. Take time to settle into one of our modern guest rooms with premium bedding and free Wi-Fi.

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Hôtels Marmande Campanile

Hotels Campanile
Marmande

In Lot-et-Garonne, make a stop in Marmande, a city of irresistible charm and rich heritage, surrounded by bountiful nature. Book your room without further delay in our 3-star Campanile hotel, located 2 km from the city center and 3 km from the train station. Landscaped parks, a buffet and meeting room… our hotel has planned for everything!

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Hôtels Périgueux Campanile

Hotels Campanile
Périgueux

A business or family stay planned in the region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine? Stay in Périgueux at our friendly Campanile hotel. It lies 5 km from the city center, 4 km from the train station and just 1 km from the airport. Free parking, a restaurant serving fresh produce and meeting rooms are available… our hotel has everything!

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Our hotels in Bergerac

Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Bergerac. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.

CAMPANILE MARMANDE
MARMANDE

Hotel campanile marmande

46.7 km from the city center
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CAMPANILE BERGERAC
BERGERAC

Hotel campanile bergerac

3.2 km from the city center
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CAMPANILE PERIGUEUX Boulazac
BOULAZAC

Hotel campanile perigueux boulazac

42.9 km from the city center
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Kyriad Périgueux - Boulazac
SAINT-LAURENT SUR MANOIRE

Hotel kyriad périgueux - boulazac

41.3 km from the city center
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KYRIAD BERGERAC
BERGERAC

Hotel kyriad bergerac

3.5 km from the city center
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PREMIERE CLASSE PERIGUEUX - Boulazac
BOULAZAC

Hotel premiere classe perigueux - boulazac

43 km from the city center
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What to do in Bergerac?

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Book your weekend at the hotel to discover Bergerac. Indulge in discovering the Costi Museum and the St. Jacques Presbytery, which was opened after the sculptor, Constantin Papachristopoulos, known as "Costi", donated all his works to the commune of Bergerac. Art lovers will enjoy the beauty of the 52 bronzes and the 7 plaster sculptures on exhibit. It’s impossible to stay in Bergerac without admiring the statue of Cyrano de Bergerac, located on Place de la Myrpe. A stroll naturally leads to Place Pélissière where merchants and tanners once used to be.

A week in Bergerac lets you enjoy local wines and much more generally the local cuisine, including its culinary specialties. Enjoy the small producers, the bars and the restaurants of Bergerac. Historical and architectural tourism is part of the journey, with monuments that show the history of Dordogne. Abbeys, cloisters, churches and country houses and the chateau de Lespinassat open their doors to you. There are also many festivities, including the must-see medieval festivals, and cycling and pedestrian trails for exploring Bergerac and prehistoric sites. Find our Campanile hotels in Périgueux to explore Dordogne.

A ride in a gabarre from the port of Bergerac makes it easy for everyone to enjoy beautiful landscapes. Canoe, horseback or horse-drawn carriage getaways are perfect for exploring the surrounding regions. Young foodies will surely enjoy a gourmet internship. But to let off steam and have a good laugh, there’s nothing like a stop at Préhisto Parc, the Eyzies, the Périgord Aquarium Park or Bergerac Aquaparc. Finally, the Lascaux Caves will make lasting memories for young and old alike.

Bergerac’s culinary specialties

Périgord truffles, duck breast fillet, goose confit, foie gras and also nuts, porcinis and cheeses are delicacies from growers to discover in the area's inviting inns or at a Campanile restaurant. While on a gourmand stay, you'll also enjoy Bergerac's 12,600-hectare and 13-AOC vineyards, which produce rosé, white, red and sweet wines. These are sublime nectars that are praised and recognized throughout the world by oenologists and masterchefs. Whether to enjoy or to slip into your suitcase, we recommend Périgord jams.
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Top 5 events in Bergerac

In Bergerac, "Les Tables de Cyrano" take place during the summer. It’s a chance to enjoy culinary specialties while attending street performances. Fencing competitions (Botte de Cyrano), endurance tests (Grappe de Cyrano), fairs, an exhibition and cabarets are all the kinds of fun you can have when staying in a Campanile hotel room in Bergerac. Take advantage of Périgord's riches and stop in Sarlat, the capital of Périgord Noir. Walkers will enjoy nature, artists will thrive at the Festival des Arts en Folie and epicureans will enjoy a tasty visit.
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Book your hotel in Bergerac to enjoy the sweet life and the beauty of the Dordogne. It’s said to be Europe's most captivating river. In economic terms, it brings a lot to the region thanks to the variety of species it’s home to: migratory fish are caught by both professional and amateur fishermen. And if there are so many, it’s because the water quality of the Dordogne is unrivalled. The predominant fish in the Dordogne are European eel, sturgeon, lamprey eels and trout.