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In the heart of Nérac

In the heart of the Pays d'Albret and Lot-et-Garonne, at the gateway to Gascony, discover the authentic, picturesque and charming town of Nérac, also nicknamed "the pearl of the Albret". This city of character will appeal to lovers of History, Art and medieval times. Stroll along the banks of the La Baïse river, you will appreciate all the sweetness of life in Nérac and the many monuments that make the village famous.

The town of Nérac was marked by the passage of the Lords of Albret, but also by the childhood of Henri de Navarre, who was subsequently King of France. We invite you to stroll through the streets of the city and discover all its treasures such as the Henri IV castle-museum (former home of Henri IV, it now houses a museum with many paintings and objects retracing history. of the town), the Pont-Vieux, the Notre-Dame church and the Conference Palace.

On the banks of La Baïse

The village of Nérac is crossed by the river La Baïse. On the banks, during a stroll along the water, during a walk along the river, you will learn more about the history of Nérac. You will enjoy resting, picnicking or reading a novel on the banks of this pleasant stream. Some nautical activities and restaurants will be on the program of your days on the banks of La Baïse.

The Parc de la Garenne

For beautiful walks in the heart of nature, prefer the Parc Royal de la Garenne in Nérac, classified as a historic site. This 35 hectare park runs along the river La Baïse for 2.5 kilometers. The park is built like an alley dotted with shrubs, plants, trees and fountains, the best known of which is the Fontaine de Fleurette. Within the park, you will also find a chalet and a kiosk.

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The Moulin des Tours in Barbaste

Built between the 12th and 14th centuries, the Moulin des Tours de Barbaste and its Romanesque bridge are proud and worthy representatives of medieval art. Visit the property of Henri de Navarre, future King Henry IV. During your visit, you will learn more about the history of this exceptional place.