Direction Bergerac and Dordogne
A Nice Bergerac direct flight, it’s easier and faster than driving! In little more than an hour you’ll arrive in the capital of Périgord where you’ll get a taste of the hospitality of one of France’s most picturesque regions. And you’re sure to taste more than just hospitality! Because a Nice Bergerac flight also opens the doors to a gourmet paradise where each dish gives off the irresistible scent of the land. This short flight will drop you right at the table!
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Flying from Nice to Bergerac is easy, fast, and not as expensive as you might think. Head over to our partner MisterFly and see for yourself. There you’ll find all the information you need about the Nice-Bergerac route: the best prices, flight length, as well as dates and times for all flights. Don’t wait for prices to go up to book your seats! Reserve your Nice-Bergerac ticket now and pay over four monthly instalments. It’s the perfect solution to spread out your holiday expenditures and ensure you’ve got a comfortable budget when it’s time to finally take off.
Your Nice-Bergerac direct flight
Flying the Chalair colours, planes connecting Nice and Bergerac fly out of Terminal 2 of the Nice Côte d'Azur Airport.
To avoid stress, arrive at the airport at least one hour before departure, and add an additional 15 minutes should you need to go to the airline counter to check bags or collect your ticket. This will give you enough time to go through security screenings stress-free. And if you get through them quickly and end up with time on your hands before boarding? In that case, the airport's shops, bars and restaurants are there to help you rel
Departure airport Nice Côte d’Azur Airport Departure terminal Terminal 2 Arrival airport Bergerac Dordogne Périgord Airport
Arriving at Bergerac airport
The Bergerac Dordogne Périgord Airport is right on the outskirts of Bergerac. To get to the city centre, there are only two options:
- take a taxi. The trip from the airport to the centre is quick: under 5 minutes!
- hire a car. Hire the best car to meet your needs at one of the 6 agencies at the airport and hit the road to see all that Bergerac and its surrounding region have to offer.
What to do in
Bergerac is the starting point for a fabulous adventure: discovering the Dordogne Valley and the cities and villages of Périgord and Haut Quercy. It’s not without reason that this part of France fills up as the weather begins to warm. Breath-taking sites and scenery, a way of life that combines authenticity and luscious indulgence, an incredible historical legacy, and leisure activities that are as unique as they are fun: you’ll find everything you need for an unforgettable holiday. There's truly something for everyone, whatever the age!
Frequently asked questions
How long does a Nice Bergerac flight take?
The average flight time from Nice to Bergerac is 1 hour 25 minutes.
Which airlines provide Nice Bergerac direct flights?
Chalair will be opening the doors to Périgord for you.
How many Nice Bergerac flights are there per week?
From the end of June to mid-September, Chalair offers 2 flights per week to Bergerac, on Mondays and Fridays.
How much does a Nice Bergerac flight cost?
The lowest price for a Nice-Bergerac return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 178€ €.
What is the best time of year to visit Bergerac?
Périgord’s natural side is best experienced at the beginning of summer. The caves and waters of the Dordogne are cool then. You can even swim in many lakes and some rivers. Talented artists perform in the many street festivals that take place in the run up to the Sarlat Theatre Festival, the oldest festival of its kind in France after Avignon. Summer also brings many music festivals to Périgord. Or you can head for the Blanc d’Eyrignac Gardens for a picnic in one of the region’s most beautiful parks. You can also take in the Périgord Challenge, which fills the skies with hot air balloons - or even take part! But if you don’t like heat or crowds, wait until September rolls around, as kids go back to school and the number of tourists drops significantly.