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  • Airport Code: EGC
  • Country: France
  • Nearest City: Bergerac
  • Timezone: UTC +1
  • Official Website: http://www.bergerac.aeroport.fr/english/home
  • Address: Route d'Agen, 24100 Bergerac, France
  • Coordinates: 44.85 , 0.483333
  • Distance to City: 6km
  • Terminals: 1
  • Airport Phone: 33 5 53 22 25 25
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About Car Hire at Bergerac Airport

Bergerac Dordogne Périgord Airport (also known as Bergerac-Roumanière Airport) is located 6km south-southeast of Bergerac, France, off the N21 national road. It is the most convenient airport for those travelling to the Dordogne department in the Aquitane region of France. Scheduled flights include Flybe's service to Southampton, Ryanair's service to London Stansted, and Twin Jet's service to Paris-Orly. There are seasonal flights to Birmingham, Edinburgh, Exeter, Leeds/Bradford, Manchester, Bristol, Charleroi, East Midlands, Liverpool, and Rotterdam.

About the Dordogne

The Dordogne represents the quintessential image of the French countryside - a lush, gentle landscape of picturesque towns and chateaux. The French know it best as Périgord. Specialities of the region include foie gras and the black truffle.

Rent a car at Bergerac Airport and discover such delights as Perigueux, an old Roman town with superb food markets; the truffle capital of Sorges; Brantome, which has been nicknamed the Venice of Perigord; and Sarlat-la-Caneda, an impossibly pretty town with a cathedral, a graceful central square, elegant mansions, and inviting cafe terraces. You should also make a trip to the Grotte de Lascaux, a recreation of the cave lined with prehistoric art works that teenagers happened upon in 1940. You can no longer visit the original because a build-up of algae meant it had to be closed to the public.

Image: Bergerac - Gabarre sur la Dordogne by pays bergerac