Lot-et-Garonne, also known as "Little Tuscany", an area of valleys and hills has been renowned since the Middle Ages for its market gardening. It is now the leading organic department in France. From the Route of Santiago de Compostela via the Canal du Midi or the navigable Lot, to the circuit of the bastides - these medieval fortified villages characterised by their square central square (Monflanquin, Pujols, Villeréal, Penne-d'Agenais) - to the castles of Bonaguil in Fumel, Henri IV in Nérac, Gavaudun or Duras, the Lot-et-Garonne offers an atmosphere of dolce vita.
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