Dordogne River

Although relatively short, the Dordogne River in the south of France makes up for it with its sleepy French towns and beautiful surrounding hillsides. Whether you are sipping on a crisp red along its banks or taking a leisurely bike ride through the nearby vineyards, the Dordogne is sure not to disappoint.

River Facts

Length300 miles (483 km)
Primary SourceMassif Central
MouthGironde Estuary
Notable CitiesBordeaux (France), Saint-Emilion (France)

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

  • Bordeaux, Port of the Moon
  • Jurisdictions of Saint-Emilion
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