Situated at the crossroads of Dordogne, Gironde, and Lot-et-Garonne, Vigiers Castle is a magnificent 16th-century Périgord building, surrounded by vineyards and a renowned golf course. This centuries-old castle houses a restaurant adorned with Renaissance frescoes and boasts a breathtaking view of the lake.

Chef Didier Casaguana has passionately helmed the kitchen for the past 20 years, earning a Michelin star for his culinary expertise. Drawing direct inspiration from the region, Chef Casaguana crafts dishes bursting with local flavours and aromas. Hailing from Toulouse, his dedication to nature and local producers shines through in his cuisine, featuring surprise menus that showcase southwest France’s abundant ingredients. Signature dishes include the pairing of Montpon “Prunier” caviar and “Ostra-régal” oyster, pigeon with chicory and hazelnut, and desserts like the contrasting “Illanka” chocolate and Périgord walnut.

Photo by Franklin Heng

The restaurant offers an extensive wine list featuring selections from various regions of France, enhancing the dining experience with perfect wine pairings.

Facilities & Services
  • Air conditioning
  • Car park
  • Garden or park
  • Terrace
  • Wheelchair access

Restaurant Les Fresques is a 35-minute drive from Parc St Vincent.