|Canton||Vallée de l'Isle (main town)|
|Community association||Isle Vern Salembre en Périgord|
|surface||25.82 km 2|
|Residents||3,589 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||139 inhabitants / km 2|
Neuvic ( Occitan : Nuòu Vic , also: Neuvic-sur-l'Isle ) is a French municipality with 3589 inhabitants (as of January 1 2017) in the department of Dordogne in the region Nouvelle-Aquitaine ; it belongs to the Arrondissement of Périgueux and is the main town ( chef-lieu ) of the canton of Vallée de l'Isle . The inhabitants are called Neuvicois .
Neuvic lies on the right bank of the Isle of River and its tributaries Vern and Salembre . The neighboring communities of Neuvic are Saint-Germain-du-Salembre in the north and north-west, Saint-Léon-sur-l'Isle in the north-east, Grignols in the east, Vallereuil in the south-east, Saint-Séverin-d'Estissac in the south, Sourzac in the south-west as well as Douzillac to the west.
The name Novo Vicus stands for German new place . The community is likely to have originated around 1000.
- Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul church, Romanesque church with apse from the 19th century
- Neuvic Castle (also Mellet Castle ) from the 16th century with a chapel from the 17th century, Monument historique , today a special school for mentally handicapped children
- Frateau Castle from the 13th and 14th centuries, alterations from the 17th century, ruins
- Puy-Pont Castle, ruin
- Neuvic Botanical Garden
There is a partnership with the Canadian community of Sainte-Béatrix in the province of Québec . The municipality is also partnered with the British Testbourne Parish in Hampshire (England) via the canton of Neuvic .