The Dordogne river spans 483 km from the Puy de Sancy ( Puy de Dome ) at Bec Ambès (Gironde). It has it’s source at two torrents, La Dore and Dogne confluence and the Garonne at the Gironde estuary. Although extensively used for the transport of merchandise of all kinds , it is now navigable downstream from Bergerac to the estuary: it is navigated by liners to Libourne, as well as by barges and motorized boats. Upstream, it is mainly used by fishing boats and canoes.
Canalfriends can provide advice on activities, including self-drive boat rental, and accommodation for your stay in the Dordogne.
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