Apologies to all, this is our least useful page at the moment, we are still investigating the accessibility aspect of many of these activities.
Official information is rarely available and so we will have to rely on visits by ourselves, friends and guests.
Do please ask us if you want more information on any of the following activities.
We hope to put more meat on the bones soon!
You can’t find a great deal of information about this popular leisure lake on the internet, which is a shame.
You can walk all the way round the lake and I believe there are no obstructions preventing wheelchair access.
Watersports, horse-riding, fishing, archery and walking are amongst its activities.
A restaurant overlooks the lake, which can be very busy at lunch times in peak season.
It is open Sunday, closed Tuesday evening and Wednesdays.
Velorail as well as the lake.
There are other courses in the Dordogne and Limousin, but these are the closest.
“De la Prèze” is over 90 minutes away but
is probably the best of the courses.
I have played Excideuil, Périgueux and "de la Prèze". Badly.
Golf de la Prèze
You are likely to visit us outside the season but if you are interested in rugby, these are our two highest-ranked rugby clubs.
Rules & Regulations
St Pierre de Cole
There is a tennis court in Sarrazac, just above the main road.
Our nearest vineyards are just over an hour’s drive away, towards Bergerac.
If you are interested in visiting one or more (particularly if you have accessibility issues), it would be advisable to plan ahead.
We would like to build up a list of vineyards, so any feedback after your visit would be most helpful.
Ok, it’s not wine and the town itself is over 2 hours away from us!