The village of Larzacis situated at an altitude of 140 metres, near the confluence of rivers the Nauze and the Beuze. You will find a variety of landscapes: quiet plateaus, luminous valleys, pleasant groves whose shadows give a special charm to the sites.
In the surrounding woods you will find the trditional species: mainly oak and chestnut. Pines have easily setlled in and the walnut, the regional tree of the Perigord, fits perfectly into the landscape.
It is in this village that the first curved railway bridge in France was constructed. There is also a small roman church, dating back to the 13th century, to be discovered.