The Lot-et-Garonne has been a well-known tourist destination for several years. The numerous villages of this region have carried out the enhancement of the architectural and cultural heritage:

NERAC, crossed by the river Baïse, is a pleasant town that possesses magnificent medieval buildings. The castle Henri IV, which attracts many visitors, part is authentic, with a round tower, an arcaded balcony with decorative columns along the first floor. This building now houses a museum retracing the history of the region.

MÉZIN: A medieval village with its fortified church, its cork and its museum.

CASTEJALOUX, with its historical center, its tourist office located in an old stone building called: Maison du Roy, one of the most beautiful houses in the city. This village also includes a large number of half-timbered houses, a medieval convent with a cloister of the Cordeliers.
A spa in town, “The baths of Casteljaloux” with space relaxation, saunas, hammam…

ROQUEFORT near Agen, this village has a “Walibi” amusement park, many attractions for families or for children, many thrills guaranteed by special rides.

AGEN, the most important town in the department, with its numerous monuments, including the tower of Notre Dame du Chapelet, the oldest one, the cathedral of Saint-Caprais, the Seneschal, the oldest private residence of the city, the Museum of Fine Arts, one of the best in Aquitaine, let’s not forget the very picturesque streets.

Many other villages are worth a visit: Poudenas, Fourcès, Condom, Larressingle, Montréal-du-Gers…  

Gardens & Vines

Lot-et-Garonne is also very popular for its gastronomy and the diversity of its wines. This department is a real garden. More than 70 varieties of fruits and vegetables are produced there, it is also the homeland of the Foie gras. Walking along the fairways of the markets, be tempted by the products on the stalls which are impressive by their diversity of colors, flavors and shapes…

Admire the vineyards of wonderful wines: Buzet, Côtes de Duras, Côtes du Marmandais, Thézac-Perricard, and Armagnac, an “eau de vie” which has its own museum in the village of Condom.