Sarlat. You’re the winner. Of all the places I’ve been on my Dordogne tour these past five days, I like you the best. Take a look at market day in Sarlat!
Ok. I’m a sucker for market days
Maybe what I fell in love with in Sarlat was the cool handbag I bought. The town is known for its artisanal crafts, such as handmade bags and other souvenirs. Perhaps it was the foie gras or the walnuts. They are some of the region’s most famous culinary specialties.
It could have been the buildings and the alleyways of Sarlat that captivated me. And the amazing church where I could feel the Spirit.
Market Day in Sarlat
I wish you could have been in Sarlat with me to taste this galette, the cider, and the macaroons. I’m sure you’d feel the same about the place.
Food is an important part of Sarlat’s cultural heritage and provide a unique and delicious way to experience the local flavors and ingredients of the Dordogne region.
Sarlat was so much fun we almost ended up braiding our hair with feathers!
Categories: Around France, Blog, Dordogne, Loving Food, Sarlat
Going to Sarlat Sept 21 thank you for the pictures!!
Have a great time! Eat lots of foie gras. It’s everywhere! Thanks for your note. Let me know how you like Sarlat.
One of my favourite towns! Great pics!
I could live there! But no. No more packing! Bises!
Georgeous pictures! I don’t think I’ve ever real anything negative about Sarlat!
If you don’t come to Uzes, move to Sarlat so we can visit!
Debby, Najac was our least favorite place. It felt a little tired, dusty. People weren’t all friendly. Almost had to beg a bartender to make us a drink and he had no business.It would be a “skip” for us.
Oh dear. Already booked. We’ll see and let you know…
Love, love this thread of posts, Deb, and for very personal reasons as we prepare for our November adventure in Dordogne. It should be easy enough to convince you to join us for a meal in this lovely part of France, n’est-ce pas?
Very tempting! I do want to return sometime. Touch base closer to November? Thanks for traveling with me!
Yes, it is a wonderful little village and the market is wonderful. You should have included the plaza with the two geese. We have a painting of them in our US home and it brings back fond memories. The weather looks great and you have added a new handbag to you collection. Great story and great pictures to go along with all the wonderful food!!!
I saw the plaza and geese but the photo is dark. Will work on it when I get to my computer. I may take one more day to get back. Ever heard of Narjac?