From the banks of the Garonne to the bastides
Located to the west of Tarn-et-Garonne, the Deux Rives territory borders with Lot-et-Garonne and Gers.
The Deux Rives territory, as its name suggests, is crossed by the Garonne, a real link between the Occitanie and Nouvelle Aquitaine regions.
Generous and authentic land, the territory of Deux Rives conceals architectural treasures such as Auvillar , classified as “Most Beautiful Villages of France”, the bastides of Montjoi, Castelsagrat and Dunes villages of character with certain charm.
Land of roaming, the territory of the Deux Rives is crossed by the path of St-Jacques de Compostelle or GR65 and is a privileged stopover for cycle tourists in love with sports circuits and beautiful landscapes. The Canal des Deux Mers also connects the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, thus offering an ideal itinerary for river cruises.
Stroll through bastides on the wild banks of the Garonne