The Dordogne boasts some of France’s most attractive countryside, with gentle wooded slopes, rich farmland, wide boulder-strewn rivers and enchanting fairytale castles. Here, close to the fascinating town of Bergerac and the magnificent River Dordogne, is the old hamlet of Constant, which the Holiday Property Bond has rebuilt, in the traditional Périgord style, to provide authentic holiday cottages and apartments.
Constant is just one of 30 glorious UK and European locations that you and your family could enjoy - rent free for life - as investors in the Holiday Property Bond.
The "How HPB works" section below explains in detail how the Bond works. To find out more about Constant, the other 29 locations - and how the Holiday Property Bond could transform your holidays forever - visit www.hpb.co.uk.
The Périgord region is not just renowned for its gastronomy and its vineyards. It also boasts: over 1,000 castles and manor houses; medieval towns, 'bastides' and churches; caves, troglodyte villages and rock shelters; breathtaking natural sites and unique fauna and flora (wild orchids and a huge variety of birds can be observed close to Constant).
The beautiful town of Bergerac, situated on the River Dordogne, is 13 miles from Constant. Famous for its tobacco, its wine, and - of course - for Cyrano de Bergerac, it has many excellent shops, bars and restaurants.
Founded over 2,000 years ago, Périgueux, the préfecture (capital city) of the Dordogne, was originally two cities: the Cité district with its Gallo-Roman remains, and the St Front district with its Byzantine style Cathedral and magnificent Renaissance houses, quaint cobbled alleys and boutiques.
Sarlat - capital of Black Périgord - is a lovely old town, noted for its narrow, medieval streets and its Gothic and Renaissance houses. Lascaux II is a remarkable reconstruction of the prehistoric cave of Lascaux. And the English Bastide of Monpazier is a perfect example of a Périgord fortified town.