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We took an afternoon boat ride with friends. Our head sets worked well for the English tour. The French tour was given without headsets and was a bit distracting. The weather turned out to be perfect to be on the river. We got a good...More
Quite simply a comfortable ride in an exciting boat journey (60 minutes) that celebrates the days of river trade on the Dordogne. An amusing and well timed audio in English added to the pleasure. Good value too.
Twenty years ago I canoed 20 km down the fabulous Dordogne through this riverside town. Now taking a boat trip seemed easier not as enjoyable however
Arrive early. We were on boat for 10 o’clock and there were plenty of spaces so you were able...More
There is much to see in La Roque and much of it involves walking up steep streets. For a less strenous tour I recommend a river tour. The tour takes an hour in an open Dordogne style river boat. The boats are spacious and have...More
This is that kind of tour you ask ourself if it is worth it or not. It is a short one (one hour) that gives you a different perspective of the Dordogne river and it's surroundings. You will hear about the history of the city...More
We found Les Gabarres after seeing the boats from Chateau Castelnaud. They give you a great view of the Chateau, but much more. La Roque Gageac is a fantastic little town with a great history. The guide on the boat (or audioguide if you speak...More
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We bought tickets at the booth adjacent to the pier. If it is peak season suggest you buy tickets for a later boat and have a coffee nearby. That way you can come back early enough to pick a seat near the front