As you can see in the Lascaux paintings, the Périgord has been horse country for 17,000
years. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced rider, you'll find the paths, stopovers
and professionals that you are looking for, to make your intimate discovery of this land
even more enjoyable. You'll find all the space you need for a circuit, endurance ride or
Nature reveals another pace when you cross through on horseback.
In addition to the 35 map-guides of circuits available in the collection Sentiers du
Périgord, the Comité Départemental du Tourisme also provides a map called 'Le Périgord
à cheval' ('The Périgord on Horseback’) free of charge. This document shows the main
junctions between equestrian stopovers, but many other combinations can be made.26 equestrian establishments affiliated with the equestrian CDT Consult the list of equestrian establishments affiliated with the Comité Départemental du Tourisme Équestre...