Saint-Maurin is a commune in the southwest of France located in the Lot-et-Garonne department (Nouvelle-Aquitaine region).

Main attractions

  • Moulin de Ferrussac: mill, fortified house.
  • Old market halls and half-timbered houses.

  • Halle.
  • Old well.

  • Remains of the ancient abbey of Saint-Maurin: bell tower, apse, historic capitals, arcades of the 13th and 14th century cloister refectory, 1500 abbey castle (town hall).
  • Saint-Martin-d’Anglars Church, parish church, restored in the 17th century: 17th century main altar in carved, gilded and painted wood; in front of the altar. The building was classified as a historic monument in 1930.

  • Saint-Pierre-del-Pech church and cemetery: 12th century apse, 14th century nave and aisle, square of the groin-vaulted transept; chrism of pre-Romanesque tradition. The building was listed as a historic monument in 1998.
  • Saint-Benoît church of the former Saint-Maurin abbey.

  • Saint-Maurin Abbey Museum: daily life of villagers at the beginning of the 20th century, ancient trades.
  • Escorneboeuf and Séoune valleys.

How to get to?

From Paris: 6 hr 47 min (646 km) via A20

From Bordeaux: 1 hr 48 min (162 km) via A62

From Toulouse: 1 hr 19 min (96.3 km) via A62

From Andorra: 3 hr 38 min (277 km) via A62

From Barcelona: 4 hr 49 min (487 km) via AP-7 and A61

From Madrid: 7 hr 59 min (758 km) via A-1

Main information

Area: 21 km2

Population: 388

Coordinates: 44°12′31″N 0°53′36″E

Language: French

Currency: Euro

Visa: Schengen

Time: Central European UTC +1

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