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Flights to Bergerac

There are plentiful direct flights to Bergerac, particularly in the summer months. The compact Bergerac-Roumanière Airport is conveniently located a short distance from the town centre, making arrivals and onward journeys simple.

Which is the main airport in Bergerac?

Bergerac-Roumanière Airport is the airport that serves Bergerac. This small regional airport is about three and a half miles from the centre of the town. In keeping with its small size, there are minimal facilities at the airport. Taxis are readily available.

Which airlines offer flights to Bergerac?

There's a wide range of carriers to choose from for a flight to Bergerac. From London, there are direct flights on Ryanair from London's Stansted Airport. Ryanair also offers seasonal flights each summer from Bristol, East Midlands Airport and from Liverpool. There are seasonal flights on British Airways from London City Airport, while Flybe has direct flights from Southampton and seasonal flights from Edinburgh, Birmingham and Exeter. Jet2.com has flights in the summer season from Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds Bradford Airports.

Why travel by plane to Bergerac?

Flights to Bergerac are the easiest way of travelling to this charming area of France with its many vineyards. The airport is small and easy to navigate, while transfers to the centre of Bergerac itself are a simple matter. Flying is by far the quickest and most convenient way to travel to Bergerac from the UK.

Before you travel to Bergerac by plane - good to know!

Bergerac is best known for its association with the wine industry and there are many wine tours and chateau visits available. Visitors who take a walk around the charming Old Town will quickly find the Maison de Vins de Bergerac, which is set in a 12th-century cloister. Among other local museums is the intriguing Musée du Tabac, the Tobacco Museum. Even if you have no interest in tobacco, it's worth a visit since the building in which it's located provides a link between classical and Renaissance architecture. Among the half-timbered houses are street cafes to enjoy a glass of local wine and watch the world go by. Don't miss the weekly market, every Saturday, which features local produce and draws visitors from around the region. For anyone travelling with children, the Lac de Pombonne, a placid lifeguarded lake just outside of town, is an ideal swimming destination in the summer months.

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