Located in the valley of Céou, Daglan is a small village of the Dordogne with its history.
Main parishes of the diocese of Sarlat in the fourteenth century, deserted after the war of 100 years, renaissance and become rich thanks to these vineyards in the fifteenth century, vine disease in the nineteenth century.
Nevertheless, its buildings are still present and the village has been completely renovated recently. You can admire its Marie with its round turret, its 14th century church, its mills, bread ovens, laundry, dovecotes and round stone houses.
To better understand these buildings, you can visit the House of Dry Stone.
In July / August every Thursday morning, leave for a free guided tour of 6 km to discover dry stone shelters.
To rest, you will find peaceful places to picnic.