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The town of Agen has always played an important role in the history of the Aquitaine region. For a long time it was at the limit of the lands belonging to the King of France and those dominated by the King of England. Following the marriage of Eleanor of Aquitaine and Henry Plantagenet, this town  has changed hands 11 times.

Agen was owned by the Counts of Toulouse, Richard the Lionheart, the Kings of England and Kings of France.

Agen is today best known for its prunes and its rugby team.

Around, beautiful charming houses and castles, this town is stay in an authentic and luxurious.

Arriving at Agen of West you will pass a series of four locks before crossing a magnificent Canal bridge


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