Free descent of the Dordogne by canoe.  

From 5 years old
price -50% for 5 to 12 years old children

  Our routes  


 Cénac – Beynac: 13 km, about 3:00 

Beneath the castles

You will discover the bastide of Domme and Roque-Gageacbetween cliff and river but also the castles of Castelnaud on its promontory Marqueyssacand its famous boxwood gardens, Fayrac with refined architecture and to finishBeynachigh place of the Middle Ages. These landscapes of history will amaze you.


 Carsac – cenac: 12 km, about 3:00 

Beneath the cliffs

On this walk, you will meet the most beautiful natural landscapes of the valley and also the castle of Montfortwhich seems in balance over the river You will discover the village of Turnac, the rock of Caudon and its nests of Guetteur and to conclude the bastide of Domme. Also observe the particularly rich flora and fauna on this course


 Saint-Julien – Cénac: 23 km, about 4:30 

Into the wild

If you want to paddle quietly and enjoythe surrounding nature, this course fits you. You will be able, thanks to the gentle current of the Dordogne, to let you carry through the valley byGroléjac and Carsac until the cingle of Montfort, above which dominates the castle of Montfort, impressive by its implantation on the edge of the cliff. You will then see the Rock of the Butte and the Bastide de Dommeat the end of your journey.


 Carsac – Beynac: 25 km, about 4:30 

Into the past

This descent is for you if you want to leave all day to discover the beauties of Périgord Noir since the most beautiful observatory to be: the river Dordogne. With its six castles overlooking the river and its three villages classifiedas “most beautiful villages of France”, this course will leave you little time to paddle between photos and visits. You are about to live an unforgettable day!