In the château’s right tower, the tourist office details forthcoming equestrian demonstrations and races, as well as local horse riding options.
The tourist office at the base of the village runs guided tours of the town, and costumed night-time promenades on Tuesdays in summer.
Sarlat’s tourist office is packed with info, but often gets overwhelmed by visitors; the website has it all.
In a former water tower, locally known as the phare (lighthouse), overlooking the market square.
Stop by the tourist office for info on what's on in the region and for help booking local accommodation.
On the southern side of the main square. Occasional French-language tours (adult/child €3/free).
Around 200m west of place Tourny, next to 14th-century Église St-Georges le Prieuré.
Has a booklet (€.50) and maps of architectural and historical highlights.
Monpazier's tourist office distributes a good walking-tour map of town.
Grab a map of town. There are also plenty of brochures to leaf through.