Places of interest
The origins of the Lot-et-Garonne
Cathedrals and Churches
River's and Canal's
The 2 rivers - Lot-et-Garonne
As the name suggests, Lot et Garonne is home to the river Lot and the river Garone, the most prominent rivers in southwest France. The 602 km Garonne waterway runs from the central Spanish Py...
Chateau de Bonaguil
Chateau de Bonaguil This was the last of the equipped castles in France. The Chateau was constructed sometime in the 13th century, but it was restructured and refurbished by the end of ...
The Lastournelle Cave (Grotto).
The Lastournelle Cave or Grotto de Lastournelle The cave was discovered in 1878 when farmers living on the property dug down and attempted to find a water source by drilli...
Gothic St-Nicolas at Pujols
If you’ve always found old churches a delight, Pujols has two to offer. When you enter the old town square, you would pass under the huge tower of the ostentatious Gothic St-Nicolas tha...
La Bastide de Laparade
La Bastide de Laparade This a small fortified village in the heart of Lot-et-Garonne. It has been founded in 1265 on a plateau over 155 meters above the Valley of Lot. The bastide provides ...
The Roman Bridge of Barbaste
The Roman Bridge of Barbaste This a bridge constructed between Barbaste and Nerac, near Lavardac in Lot-et-Garonne, next to the Mill of Henry IV. It was built in the 13th...
Museum of Fine Arts Agen
Musee des Beaux-Arts d’Agen or Museum of Fine Arts in Agen. This is one of the most substantial art museums in the south-western part of Lot-et-Garonne. It is situated in the hist...
The Cruise of Prince Henry
The Cruises of Prince Henry takes you on a trip down the most beautiful and picturesque river port in all of France. The cruise starts in Aquitaine, from Nérac en Albre...
Latour-Marliac is one of France’s best-kept secrets. It is the official creator and supplier of Claude Monet’s iconic water lilies. There are a lot of water lilies and lotu...
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