Blanquefort-sur-Briolance is situated North-East of the Lot-et-Garonne between Quercy, Périgord Noir and Agenais. The town welcomes you on its 4193 hectares, which makes it one of the biggest towns of the department. It is mostly covered with beautiful oak, hornbeam and chestnut forests.
Blanquefort-sur-Briolance : Three villages in one !
Blanquefort : This village is mostly known for its 13th century castle where the Roquefeuil lords used to live, and for its Roman church from the 11th century. Both monuments are listed on the historical monuments register. Ancient blast furnaces and mills recall the industrial past of the town. The “Briolance”, a first category river and an affluent of the “Lémence” runs through the town.
La Sauvetat : Placed on a plateau, this village features a Roman church from the 12th or the13th century, with a square steeple-tower. The area mostly consists of farm land.
Saint-Chaliès : This village also has a Roman church from the 12th or 13th century. Its llama farm gives a slightly exotic touch to this part of the town, mainly composed of forests.