The Périgord Sites association includes the most-visited tourist sites in the Périgord, classified as caves, canyons, castles, medieval fortresses, parks and gardens, prehistoric parks, aquariums, theme parks, cave forts and cities, barges, that welcomed 1.5 million visitors in 2014.

These places are among the most beautiful showcases of Périgord heritage offering voyages through time, space and the elements, for adventures and emotions to share as a family.

Geology, archaeology, cave art, medieval art, landscape art, waterway transport, understanding of the past and ecosystems are available for all generations in the form of fun activities, workshops, events, unusual encounters, magical moments, and more...

The synergy and goodwill shared by these 11 representatives emblematic of Périgord tourism are manifested in joint communication policies aimed at publicizing these institutions of local tourism which are the Périgord Noir Aquarium, Parc de Bornat, Château de Castelnaud, the Roc de Cazelle Caves, Château de Hautefort, the Marqueyssac Gardens, Gabares Norbert, Gouffre de Proumeyssac, Maison Forte de Reignac, Roque Saint Christophe, and Grotte de Villars.