The common Agnac, Canton de Lauzun, is located north of Lot-et-Garonne and borders of the Dordogne. It is mainly for agricultural purposes.
For the origin of the name Agnac, there are two assumptions:
Agnac comes from the name of a Gallo-Roman Annius
Agnac comes from the Latin meaning Agni Agua Water lamb
Agnac is formed by the union of two parishes that were before the concordat signed July 15, 1801: Agnac and Iffour.
On the common Agnac that the station was built in La Sauvetat du Dropt, which, between 1886 and 1953, had a certain animation served as 3 trains daily in both directions, Bordeaux, Bergerac and Marmande. The "Impudents, novel published in 1943, in which Marguerite Duras evokes the Lot-et-Garonne, recounts what happened rail.
Church of Saint Sernin Romanesque (or Saint Saturnin) restored in the 19th with a triangular tower behind the rest of the wall and cross the Jubilee 1819 with Masonic attributes.
Church Iffour with the 13th gate and entrance door hanger broken and decorated with a carved head.
Medieval Bridge, said "or Old Bridge Roman Bridge" on the Dropt and straddling the joint and Agnac The Sauvetat du Dropt: it has 23 arches, 11 of Romanesque and Gothic 12 (classified under Historical Monuments).
Manoir du Bout-du-Pont with its 16th century dovecote classified as an historic monument.
EVENTS AND CELEBRATIONS
Each year the festival runs from Agnac, around May 15 Program: Friday evening: Hiking Night (starting at 21h), followed by onion soup. On Saturday afternoon petanque contest. Sunday: garage sale all day (coffee and drinks offered to exhibitors). At 9am, the start of cycling (coffee, snacks and drinks offered in return).
In June: the fires of St. John, grilled meals and torchlight.
ATTRACTIONS, LEISURES AND ACTIVITES AROUND
Bicycle touring circuit of the Duke of Lauzun circuit of 102 km and discover the "Pays de Lauzun (available at tourist offices).
Circuit des Chateaux and Bastide towns in Guyenne.