Office de tourisme du Pays de Lauzun: 05 53 94 13 00
Bureau d'information touristique d'Allemans du Dropt: 05 53 20 25 59
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De 2 à 50 personnes
Linda is happy to welcome visitors to the picturesque character village of Allemans-du-Dropt which lies on the left bank of the
river Dropt in this north-west corner of Lot-et-Garonne. During a stroll through the village she will share with you stories from the past. When was the village
founded? Where did the founders come from? What do we know about how they lived their lives?
With Linda you will visit the 15th century market halls, the 15/16th century chateau, an ancient tower of which
is classified as an Historical Monument, the pigeonnier, and the flour mill which operated alongside the river for hundreds of years, together with the hemp mill.
The village is full of surprises and some might say treasures; the most prominent of which could be said to be the treasure within the
Romanesque church of Saint Eutrope which has undergone many changes over the centuries. In 1935 the stunning frescoes, dating back to the Middle Ages were discovered quite by accident.
In July 1960 the frescoes were designated the status of Historical Monument; this classification nowadays applies to both church and frescoes.
The raconteuse would be delighted to meet you should you wish to pay a visit.
Free tours Tuesday morning, departing from the office de Tourism, Place de la Liberte, Allemans-du-Dropt.
Tours at any other time may be arranged direct with Linda by:-