What’s on

Eymet Tuesday Night Market

The market in Eymet has been in existence since 1270.  Held every Thursday morning from 0900 selling fresh produce and a large range of artisan stalls.

In July and August there is a vibrant night market. People spill from the cafes and bars surrounding the town square. Aromas of local specialities waft through the night air from the many stall holders selling their wares. There is a lively noisy atmosphere throughout the town as locals and tourists mix to share a glass or two.

Lauzun Saturday market and Chateau

Just over the border of the Dordogne and into Lot-et-Garonne, Moulin Brulé is ideally placed to exploring the River Dropt and its surrounding villages and farmland. Visit Lauzun for the Saturday market and take in the chateau too.

Oyster & Wine Festival Eymet

Every year the town square is filled with market stalls sellling the most incredible variety of oysters. The air is filled with the scent of sardines being grilled and served simply and washed down with copious bottles of rose and white wine.

Grape Harvest

The vineyards celebrate the first grape pressings by pressing the the grapes the old fashioned way. They provide a banquest of meat, cheese and wine to thank the locals for their foreberance and help with the harvest, the hard work often goes on through the nights.

Eymet Market

The market in Eymet has been in existence since 1270.  Held every Thursday morning from 0900 selling fresh produce and a large range of artisan stalls.

In July and August there is a vibrant night market. People spill from the cafes and bars surrounding the town square. Aromas of local specialities waft through the night air from the many stall holders selling their wares. There is a lively noisy atmosphere throughout the town as locals and tourists mix to share a glass or two.

Vintage Cars

We took our Bentley to the bi-annual car show at Castlemoron. The French are crazy over old cars!! The Bentley is now back in the UK but we have repatriated a 1953 Citroen Light 15 to Agnac. Every first Sunday local enthusiasts gather in Bergerac to show and view a staggering variety of ageing vehicles. Bring a picnic and take your time.

Soiree Gourmandes take place in many of the surrounding villages

A great opportunity to sample local delicacies and dance the night away to bands in the squares.