Historic site and monument

Abbaye de Boschaud

The Cistercian Abbey of Boschaud bears its name from the topographical configuration of the site: Bosco Cavo which is Latin translates as “hollow wood” or “wooded dell”. Founded in the 12th century, partly destroyed during the Wars of Religion, the Abbey combines great Cistercian principles in a style typical of the Périgord region, the only nave of the church being covered by cupolas on pendentives. Rediscovered in the 19th century, the remains of the convent buildings are filled with spirituality.

Web site :http://perigord-dronne-belle.fr

Mail :contact@perigord-dronne-belle.fr

Phone :+33 5 53 05 80 63

Opening dates & hours

  • Opening dates
    • , from 01/01/2017 to 31/12/2017

Prices & Conditions

  • Pets accepted
    • yes

Equipments & Services

  • Site and monuments theme
    • , Abbey
  • Receiving groups
    • yes
  • Handicap accessibility
    • , yes
  • Visit language
    • , French

Visits

  • Permanent individual open visits
    • , yes
  • Tour individual upon request
    • , yes
  • Average duration of an individual visit
    • , 60
  • Permanent open visits for groups
    • , yes
  • Guided group tours on request
    • , yes
  • Average length of a group tour
    • , 60

Access map

GPS : 45.4225734, 0.73219331

Boschaud
24530 VILLARS

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