A visit to Lot-et-Garonne in southwest France.

It’s easy to fall in love with Lot-et-Garonne. The charming rural gem, intersected by the two rivers that give it its name, boasts gently rolling landscapes characterised by vineyards, plum orchards and vast fields of towering sunflowers. A welcoming part of France where English is almost the second language, the department is a favourite holiday destination and a popular area for retirees or those looking to invest in a second home. Immerse yourself in its rich Medieval history, taste your way through a gastronomic paradise of deeply-rooted culinary traditions and wander through pretty villages that invite you to stop for a local wine or a citron-pressé.

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