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.
|Length||300 miles (483 km)|
|Primary Source||Massif Central|
|Notable Cities||Bordeaux (France), Saint-Emilion (France)|
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- Bordeaux, Port of the Moon
- Jurisdictions of Saint-Emilion