Maison de la Boétie
This 16th-century timber-framed house opposite Cathédrale St-Sacerdos is the birthplace of the writer Étienne de la Boétie (1530–63).
Whichever street you take, sooner or later you'll end up at the cathedral on place du Peyrou, once part of Sarlat's Cluniac abbey. The...
Lanterne des Morts
The rocket-shaped Lanterne des Morts was built to honour a visit by St Bernard, one of the founders of the Cistercian order, in 1147.
Jardins de Harmonie
This upmarket restaurant has a gorgeous setting, with table lamps, crimson chairs and white linen crammed in among rough stone walls,...
Lonely Planet review
This dinky diner is the best of the bunch on cafe-clad place du Peyrou. Gingham cloths and tiny tables create a cosy bistro feel, and the menu's heavy on Sarlat classics, especially walnuts, magret de canard (duck breast) and pommes sarlardaises (potatoes cooked in duck fat).