Biron is particularly well-known for its castle, a listed Historical Monument. It is one of the most commanding castles in the department. Its unconventional architecture is a harmonious blend of 13th to 18th-century styles.
Located between Périgord and Agenais, the panorama it offers is totally breathtaking.
Used as a shooting location for numerous films, Biron and its decor will whisk you back through time!
Enjoy exploring this village using the self-guided signed interpretative trail. Several descriptive panels will tell you the history of this village and its châtelains. And, don’t forget the church which is worth a little tour.
Domaine de la Tuque
Domaine de La Tuque lies in the heart of a nature conservation area and offers magnificent views over the Château de Biron. This small, human-scale vineyard, which is in the process of gaining organic status, grows Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Franc, Abouriou and Colombard varieties of grape.
The Estate, whose vineyards, gardens and parkland are open to the public, is a member of the Agrobio Périgord network.
Biron’s forests invite you to delight in a one-of-a-kind experience : Would you dare wander through them in autumn time, when night has fallen... The echoes in the woods amplify the sounds of footsteps on dead leaves, owls’ hooting and, above all, stags’ bellowing!