Today, you can take a leisurely trip on board a traditional gabare boat to see the beauty of the area from the vantage point of the river.
Departing from the famous Port des Gabariers, a 50-minute cruise tells the story of the city as well as the local hardships of the boatmen who worked the river.
In July and August, an exceptional 1hr30min cruise from the port of Creysse offers a special wine tasting experience in this stunningly beautiful natural environment.
Canoeing is also available on this stretch of the river to admire Bergerac and its beautifully restored waterfront.
Part of the Voie Verte, an 86 km cycling path runs here through the Périgord region towards Bordeaux. Dedicated cycling paths are an ideal way to discover the city and reconnect with nature.
We highly recommend a walk on the Quai Cyrano, a magnificent area combining traditional stone masonry of the 17th century with 21st century aesthetics. On site you can visit the Maison des Vins Bergerac Duras, the Cloister des Récollets and the Tourist Office for all the info you need.