On the edge of the Perigord Noir region in Dordogne, south west France, sits the peaceful little town of Siorac-en-Perigord, Located close to the Vezere valley and a popular stretch of the Dordogne, it is perfectly situated to make the most of the region. The village itself boasts pretty stone houses covered in flowers and a few other sites that are well worth a visit, such as the Chateau Siorac-en-Perigord and Relais du Perigord, both of which feature a typical Mansard roof. There’s also a lovely Museum of Culinary Art and Table Decorations, a wonderful market on a Wednesday morning to stock up on all the delicious local produce, a supermarket and two restaurants. Here you may taste the local delicacies such as truffles, walnuts and fois gras. There’s an impressive stone bridge to marvel at and in nearby Le Buisson-de-Cadouin the wonderful bamboo garden and lovely Grottoes de Maxange caves.