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- Historical sites
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- Southwest of France
- Wine region
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Travel back in time with a visit to the quaint village of Beaumont, nestled in the Vienne region on the western side of France. Beaumont has everything you could want in a French getaway-- cobblestone streets, quintessential French architecture, charming cafés, and historic castles. It’s the perfect place for a romantic escape with your significant other, or for a cultural family trip.Your perfect Beaumont vacation rental awaits
Vacation rentals in Beaumont offer the ultimate opportunity to recharge and relax! All the rentals in this area are tucked away in the French countryside, surrounded by pure silence, rolling green hills, and fresh air. Many rentals in this area are set in historic buildings, each with unique features and plenty of character. If you’ll be visiting in the summer months, you can book a rental with a private pool to splash around in as you enjoy views of the surrounding countryside. Several rentals in this area are oversized and spacious enough to sleep large groups or families. Smaller, cozy rentals are also available for couples or solo travelers.
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The area and getting around
The most popular way of getting to Beaumont is to fly into one of the airports in Paris, either Charles de Gaulle International Airport, or Beauvais-Tille Airport, and then to take a train to Beaumont. The main train station in Paris offers a direct line to Beaumont, and it takes around 4 hours to make the 389-kilometer trip. It is also a possibility to rent a car in Paris and drive to Beaumont.A walkable village
The village of Beaumont is very small, making it easily walkable. Nearly all the main attractions in Beaumont can be easily reached on foot. However, most of the rentals in this area are outside the main village, making a car necessary to get from place to place.
Travelers and activities
Beaumont is a dreamy, romantic destination with plenty of relaxing and memorable activity options for couples. The region is known for its world-class wines. You can visit several local wineries to enjoy explanations of the regional wines and to learn about the wine-making process. Sample a wide range of wines at any of the nearby wineries. Some of the best wineries in this region are Domaine La Tour Beaumont and Domaine de la Rotisserie. Be sure to sample the Viognier wines, which are famous in this region for their unique flavor notes of honeysuckle, vanilla, nutmeg, and clove.Beaumont for foodies
France is one of the best culinary destinations in the world, offering an array of delicious dishes and regional specialties for foodies to try. While in the Beaumont region, dine at Restaurant Le Binjamin, which offers delicious, creative dishes in a beautiful setting. Here you can taste true French cuisine, from starters to desserts. La Table Du Golf is another local restaurant serving top-quality French fare. Dishes are prepared with tons of flavor, a beautiful presentation, and warm service.
The village of Beaumont was founded in 1272, making it hundreds of years older than any city or town in the USA.
Top 5 travel tips in Beaumont
This might sound obvious, but walking around is the best way to immerse yourself in this idyllic French village. Simply wander, stroll the picturesque cobblestone streets, and peruse the rows of historic pale-yellow buildings. Every new street offers a wonderful opportunity for photo-taking.2. Visit Le Château de Bannes
If you’re a history buff, or just interested in seeing a real French castle up close, then you can’t miss Château de Bannes. The fairy-tale-like French castle sits proudly atop a green hill surrounded by perfectly manicured gardens. A stroll to the grounds is the perfect walking (and picture-taking) opportunity.3. Enter through the historic Porte de Luzier
This massive, historic, fort-like entrance is the gateway into and out of Beaumont. The well-preserved work of architecture is steeped in history and well-worth the visit.4. Browse the local, seasonal market
The Marche a Beaumont-du-Perigord is a seasonal, open-air market in the downtown square of Beaumont. In the warmer months you’ll find several vendors selling local produce, ice cream, meat, local wine, cheeses, and local cuisine. There are benches and tables so that you can sit down and enjoy the live entertainment, from local rock and folk bands. A visit to this market is highly recommended for its lively, quintessentially French atmosphere!5. Sit and sip in the main square
It’s not a true French getaway until you do as the locals do and sit for hours at a café people-watching in the main square. Order a coffee, a tea, or a glass of wine, and simply relax, enjoying the picturesque atmosphere without a worry in the world.