The Area of Ste Foy La Grande. At the point where three of France’s administrative departments meet – Gironde, Dordogne and Lot-et-Garonne – the Pays Foyen is a little corner of Périgord. Set between Saint-Emilion to the west and Bergerac to the east, this delightful 14th-century fortified town is just waiting to be discovered: its narrow streets, square with arcades, half-timbered houses, etc... The Pays Foyen offers a surprising range of nautical activities (canoeing, boat trips, rowing,...) and leisure activities (horse riding, flying, cycling, tennis, mountain biking...) and a great many crafts, but also festivals and events all year long. Guest houses, gîtes, hotels, campsites, unusual accommodation in old-fashioned caravans or “bories” (typical Périgord smallholdings) – you are bound to find holiday accommodation suited to your taste! You will also fall under the charm of the town’s Saturday morning market, ranked as one of the top 100 in France.
Born to a family of wine produces in the Saint-Emilion region, I am now married with two children and live 20 miles further inland in a little village on the outskirts of Sainte-Foy-la-Grande. My career has always been based around houses as I have worked in the commercial aspects of the residential construction industry for over ten years. Being part of the Sainte-Foy-la-Grande Leggett agency along side Sandrine Moïse and Calum Neill is an extension of what I enjoy the most. Moreover, this lovely town is classified as having one of the prettiest markets in France and it is located in a very desirable area on the border of the Gironde, Dordogne and Lot-et-Garonne departments in the south west of France.View Aquitaine Information Homepage
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