Ideally based at the heart of the Périgord Noir in the village of Beynac-et-Cazenac, our hot air balloons offer a discovery of the Dordogne Valley, listed as World Heritage with Unesco as the largest biosphere reserve in France. Medieval castles and villages have stood in this setting for centuries, and today they are officially considered some of the Most Beautiful Villages of France. The landscapes that you will fly over with Montgolfière & Châteaux are some of the most remarkable in the entire region.


A hot air balloon ride step-by-step

Before the ride Before taking off, the pilots make sure that the weather conditions are optimal: clear and, ideally, sunny; ...
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Our equipment

Hot air balloon The fleet of Montgolfière et Châteaux features six recent balloons that are built to the highest quality ...
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Who are we?

Offering a hot air balloon ride that reveals to you this “Valley of 1,000 castles” is the challenge to which ...
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Château des Milandes

An emblematic castle that is world-renowned as having belonged to Joséphine Baker – a dancer, singer, Franco-American Resistance fighter and ...
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Château de Lacoste

Flying over the 18th century Château de Lacoste – built on a rocky promontory more than 100 m / 328 ...
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Château de Montfort

Overlooking the Dordogne from its cliff top, the 9th-century Château de Monfort towers above the hamlet below.
Since this is a ...
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Sarlat, which began being built in the 9th century, today constitutes one of the most incredible group of medieval buildings ...
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Château de Monrecour et de Panassou

In the shadow of Château de Beynac, across from Les Milandes, the Château de Monrecour and Manoir de Panassou were ...
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Château de Fayrac

From above, this 13th-century abode, probably built by the vassal of Castelnaud to keep watch over Beynac, appears to have ...
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The golden stones of this medieval bastide were laid in the 13th century along a dizzying cliff overlooking the meanders ...
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The Château de Marqueyssac

The Château de Marqueyssac was built by the Lord of Beynac in the 13th century as an advance post, to ...
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Château de Castelnaud

Perched on the hillside on a rocky outcropping at the confluence of the Dordogne and the Céou, the Château de ...
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La Roque-Gageac

Nestled against the cliffside with picturesque houses sweeping along one bank of the Dordogne, La Roque-Gageac, a medieval village and ...
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Flights & fares


As a family, couple, or individual
from 190€/p


Bubbly in a balloon
from de 215€/p



A fabulous voyage
from 190€/p



An uplifting experience
from 190€/pers



An open-air studio
from 949€