Around Bardigues

The department “Tarn et Garonne” is a particular agricultural area. The many small and quiet roads through the hills in the area are very suitable for walks or bike rides.


  • Auvillar (4 km, 5 min)
    At a short distance lies the beautiful village of Auvillar (1,000 inhabitants) on the river Garonne, which is listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France. In addition to the basic amenities such as a post office, ATM, small supermarket and bakery are some nice restaurants available in the village.
  • Golf: Espalais (5 km, 5 min)
    Just slightly behind is Espalais Auvillar, where there is a 9 hole golf course.
  • Valence d’Agen (12 km, 15 min)
    A little further is Valence d’Agen (5,000 inhabitants). This village has a railway station, a center with all amenities and some larger supermarkets.
  • St. Nicolas de la Grave (15 km, 15 min)
    Water is available at St. Nicolas de la Grave, about 15 minutes’ drive from Bardigues. This large lake the rivers Tarn and Garonne together.
  • Moissac (23 km, 20 min)
    Moissac (13,000 inhabitants), lying on the river Tarn, is a stage of the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. Moissac is a well known wine area between the hills and beautiful buildings, such as the Abbey of Saint-Pierre (Unesco). Hike: from Moissac also start the hike Les Coteaux the Boudou. This is a walk of 16 km through vineyards and orchards, which partially follows the road from Le Puy (GR65).
    Ride: the Voie Verte du Canal des Deux Mers. This is a trip along the beautiful ‘green road’ which crosses the entire department of Tarn-et-Garonne. Starting in Moissac.
  • Agen (35 km, 30 min)
    Agen (35,000 inhabitants) has a wide range of facilities; Also located around Agen Walibi.
    Montech (35 km, 35 min)
    In the forest of Montech (www.ville-montech.fr) are two beautiful trail in the trees, which are accessible to everyone from 3 years (www.agrip-aventure.fr).
    Route Bardigues > Cahors on D953 (75 km, 1 h 15 min)
    When you drive through the beautiful regional roads Bardigues to Cahors, you will come across the fortified town Lauzerte (38 km, 40 min). Lauzerte is on the list of most beautiful villages of France (www.lauzerte-tourisme.fr). The village is the heart of the AOC Chasselas de Moissac (since 2003) and the production of melons of Quercy. In addition, the region is known for its orchards, sunflowers, corn and lavender.
  • Cahors, lying on the River Lot, is also a famous wine region.
  • Toulouse (91 km, 50 min)
    Toulouse is lively and cozy and is the 4th largest city in France ……
  • Albi (160 km, 1 h 20 min)
    Albi …
  • Bordeaux (167 km, 1 h 30 min)
    The most famous wine town in France, …
  • Rocamadour (173 km, 1 h 50 min)
    The drive to Rocamadour takes almost two hours, but this is a day trip very easily be combined with visits to Lauzerte and Cahors. Rocamadour ….
  • Carcassonne (184 km, 1 h 40 min)
    Carcassonne is …
    When the rest of your vacation goes towards the East, Carcassonne is a nice stopover.
    En route !!!

    When you continue your holiday from Bardigues …

    • In Andorra (Pas de la Casa) 2 h 45 min
    • In Figueres (Dali Museum Spain) 3 h 00 min
    • In the Spanish border 2 h 45 min
    • To Barcelona 4 h 15 min
    • In Biarritz 3 h 00 min
    • In the Atlantic Ocean, 2 h 30 min
    • In the Mediterranean (Narbonne) 2 h 00 min
    • In the Pyrenees (Bagneres-de-Luchon) 2 h 15 min
    • In Perpignan 2 h 30 min
    • In Languedoc (Serviers-et-la Baume) 3 h 45 min
    • In the Cote d’Azur (Cannes) 5 h 15 min
    • In Italy (San Remo) 6 h 00 min




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