Périgueux Cathedral, named "Cathédrale Saint-Front", is the main point of interest of the city, and it has been named a World Heritage Site from UNESCO as part of the Camino de Santiago. Catholic and constructed in the 17th century Romano-Byzantine style, in white stone on the mound, is lovely especially at night when artificial lighting highlights it by calling the attention of everyone in the zone. For many years, is was seat of the Bishop of Périgueux and Sardat, taking into account the importance of this building. It was dedicated to St. Stephen, patron of the city. It left us speechless, different and majestic, considering that we arrived to Périgueux by chance, and never imaged (without prior information) to find a cathedral like this. Of the most recommended places if in the zone.
Upon visiting the medieval town of Sarlat you should take a moment to admire the Cathedral of Saint-Sacerdos that dominates the old city. The Cathedral is a historical monument dedicated to San Sacerdos of Limoges. It was built in 1317 in a Romanesque style. It was later reconstructed in 1504-1680, where it was converted into the Gothic cathedral. It consists of a chapel (San Benito) and a bell-shaped lump from the seventeenth century.