Maison de la Boétie
This 16th-century timber-framed house opposite Cathédrale St-Sacerdos is the birthplace of writer Étienne de la Boétie (1530–63).
Once part of Sarlat’s Cluniac abbey, the original abbey church was built in the 1100s, redeveloped in the early 1500s, and remodelled...
For an introductory French market experience, visit Sarlat’s heavily touristed Saturday market, which takes over the streets around...
Jardins de Harmonie
This elegant restaurant is tucked into a central stone townhouse with plate-glass windows overlooking a cobbled square. The seasonally...
14 place du Peyrou · interesting places nearby
Le Bistrot information
This touristy little bistro is the best of the bunch on cafe-clad place du Peyrou. The menu’s heavy on Sarlat classics, especially walnuts, duck breast and finger-lickin’ pommes sarlardaises (potatoes cooked in duck fat).