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Badefols : Ancient land of legends...
Surveyed by the ruins of its château, the village has always held a strategically important place by the banks of the Dordogne.
Situated as it is between the ‘Périgord Pourpre’ and the ‘Périgord Noir’, between bastide country and the realm of prehistoric man, Badefols makes an ideal base from which to explore the whole of the Périgord. However, this village where life is good, is also undeniably a holiday destination in its own right with many hiking trails and wealth of regional produce.

     
 

 

Badefols is situated on the departmental road which links Bergerac to Sarlat, 5km from Lalinde and 11km from Le Buisson de Cadouin, the chief town of the canton.
Badefols can be reached by train (stations at Le Buisson and Lalinde) or plane (airports at Bergerac 25km, or Périgueux 51km).
The commune’s 219* inhabitants are spread between the village itself on the banks of the Dordogne River and the hillside hamlets of Villeneuve, Moulin Neuf, Viralet and Coudounier which dominate the valley, some from an altitude of 200m, (the first foothills of the Massif Central).

       
   

Practical Information

Fax and photocopier
available for the local population (see Town Hall for conditions).

Village Hall : capacity of 200 persons

Library : Open Monday from 15h30 to 17h30 and saturday from 9h30 to 11h30 in the town-hall board room (books are loaned free of charge, it is not necessary to already be a member to borrow books).
 

     
  * (official population on January 1, 2017)

Text translated by Pays du Grand Bergeracois (professional translator).