This region boasts 300 km of navigable waterways on 3 rivers (Baïse, Lot and Tarn), and 2 canals, all rich in history. The region offers a rich cultural heritage and a variety of landscapes that will delight visitors. Food-lovers should note that it has an outstanding reputation for its gastronomy and wine production.
During your boating holiday, from Agen, you can admire the 549 m long Agen canal bridge with its 23 arches. And if you fancy going back in time with some medieval art, why not visit the famous 11th century Moissac Abbey: it is one of the most beautiful architectural ensembles in France with its extraordinary Romanesque sculptures.
To enjoy the natural attractions of a lush green region, follow the Baïse. Enjoy a spot of fishing alongside fortified towns and gently sloping hillsides. In Nérac, history lovers and other curious visitors can discover Henri IV’s château, built in the 15th century on the foundations of an old Gascon fort by Albret le Grand, Henri IV’s greatgreat-grandfather.
Please note that you can’t cruise downstream Lot from our south western departure bases