Tournon-d’Agenais is a commune in the South-West of France, located in the Lot-et-Garonne department, in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region.

Tournon-d’Agenais was founded in 1271 by Philip III (1245–1285), King of France from 1270 to 1280, son of King Louis IX, commonly known as Saint Louis.

It is a member of the The Most Beautiful Villages of France association.

Main attractions

  • Belfry built in 1637 at the corner of the Place de l’Hôtel-de-Ville, by the mason Imbert Delfau;
  • Saint-Barthélemy Church of Tournon-d’Agenais. It is listed in the General Inventory of Cultural Heritage.

  • Parish church housed in the bishopric known as Abescat de Tournon-d’Agenais.
  • Abescat house from the 13th century, classified as a historic monument in 1912.

  • Saint-André-de-Carabaisse Church of Tournon-d’Agenais. The building was listed as a historic monument in 1994.

How to get to?

From Paris: 6 hr 24 min (622 km) via A20

From Bordeaux: 2 hr 10 min (172 km) via A62

From Toulouse: 1 hr 39 min (118 km) via A62

From Andorra: 3 hr 54 min (299 km) via A62

From Barcelona: 5 hr 4 min (509 km) via AP-7 and A61

From Madrid: 7 hr 56 min (762 km) via A-1

Main information

Area: 21 km2

Population: 754

Coordinates: 44°24′03″N 0°59′46″E

Language: French

Currency: Euro

Visa: Schengen

Time: Central European UTC +1

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