We moved to Lot et Garonne in 2015. Exactly midway between Bordeaux and Toulouse it is quintessentially southwestern France. Well known for its beautiful rolling countryside, fields of sunflowers, plum orchards and vineyards, the area is replete with historic bastide towns with their colourful markets and regional delicacies.The summer is long, stretching from May until October and outdoor living is the norm. The Lot river valley is the little brother to the Dordogne to the north, less busy and more laidback, and more tranquil in the traditionally busy summer months. Transport links are superb with the international airports of Bordeaux and Toulouse in easy reach, and Bergerac regional airport with links to the UK and Holland. High speed trains run from Agen to Paris in three and a half hours. To cap it all the Atlantic coast and the Pyrenees are within easy reach for every available summer and winter pastime.
My wife and I had visited the area for a number of years as she had successfully run wellness retreats near Penne d'Agenais. It was an easy decision to make a more permanent base here to welcome family and friends and from which to run the retreats, so we bought our house in 2015. I adore this part of France and can’t wait to help you find the property of your dreams. I look forward to helping you.
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