Dordogne & Lot-Et-Garonne
Dordogne is one of the most well-known departments in France. Located in the region of Aquitaine, between the Loire valley and the Hautes-Pyrénées, and named after the great river that runs through it. Famous for its pre-historic caves, vineyards, and long Anglo-French associations still evident in the many fortified Bastide towns dating from the 100 years War, its boundaries now roughly correspond with the ancient county of the Périgord. The centre of the department is the ancient port of Bergerac, now one of the most popular destinations for visitors to France.
It’s less well-known Aquitaine neighbour to the South, Lot-et-Garonne, is also named after its famous rivers, and is the birthplace of King Henri IV. It too features many Bastide and Medieval towns, such as Villeneuve on the river Lot, and features beautiful rolling countryside and panoramic views. It connects the Atlantic and Mediterranean oceans by its 200 kilometre long Canal Lateral-à-la-Garonne.
Beds: 9 M2: 520 Lot Size: 25.000 Lot Acres: 6,00
M2: 500 Lot Size: 40.000 Lot Acres: 10,00 County: Dordogne
Beds: 15 Baths: 6 M2: 560 Lot Size: 3.1 hectares Lot Acres: 7,50
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