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Agen is the capital of the Lot-et-Garonne and lies on the river Garonne midway between Bordeaux and Toulouse. The town is famous for its wonderfully succulent plums and prunes. Visitors to the town should head for the Place Goya, around which the main attractions are within easy reach. T

The Musée Municipal des Beaux-Arts has an eclectic collection of artifacts and paintings, including some recently discovered Goyas, housed in four adjoining 16th and 17th mansions. The nearby church of Notre-Dame is also worth a visit. Situated behind the theatre, the rue Beauville, with its beautiful medieval houses, leads through to rue Voltaire, which is full of ethnic restaurants.

Agen Airport

Agen (La Garenne) airport is a mixed syndicate airport, running three direct flights daily between Agen and Paris. The car rental desk is situated in the arrivals hall. Just 3km from Agen centre it is extremely conveniently located.

Must See in Agen

The Biarritz Surf Festival - July.

Mimos International Mime Festival at Périgueux - August attracts worldwide fans.

The Salon du Livre Gourmand takes place every two years in Perigueux, organized by the pastry cook masters brotherhood.

Must See in Agen

Bordeaux: Bordeaux is built on a curve of the Garonne River and has been a major port since pre-Roman times.The Bordeaux Wine Trade: Some châteaux welcome visitors for wine tasting as well as buying. The Maison du Vin and the tourist office in Bordeaux offer information and tours.

Perigueux: The ancient and gastronomic city of Périgueux should be visited on market day when stalls in the medieval core offer the pick of local specialties.

Chateau de Hautefort, Near Perigueux, One of the most prestigious châteaux in South-West France.

La Cote d'Argent: The "Silver Coast" is virtually one vast beach of shifting sand dunes. The coast is dotted with seaside resorts like Soulac-sur-Mer in the north, followed by the big Lacanau-Océan and Mimizan-Plage. Down in the south is Hossegor with its salty lake and Capbreton. Modern vacation resorts have been integrated with the old. Inland is a string of lakes popular for fishing and boating.

Biarritz: Biarritz is a large town with several quarters and is one of the principle resorts on the Côte Basque, and probably the most famous part of the Pays.

Parc National des Pyrenees: Spectacular landscapes! The park is crossed by a network of numbered trails. Each is well marked and shows the length of time needed. En route are mountain huts offering a meal and a bed for the night.

Lourdes: Visit the Grottes de Bétharram for underground rides by boat and train through the vast caverns.