Located on a rocky outcrop in the Pays de Serres, the borders of Quercy, this former country house overlooking the valley of the Little Séoune, away from main roads of the region.
Tarn-et-Garonne is 5 km away and the towns of Agen and Villeneuve sur Lot are respectively at 25 and 30 km. In addition, the Toulouse Blagnac airport is only an hour.
Etymology: Bovis Beauville comes from the Latin villa, villa or literally (wide area from Roman times) of oxen found on the heraldic emblem of the village. "Boo" is the beef in Gascon, the village would be called successively Bouville, then deformed in Boville, finally bringing Beauville.
Standing guard at the end of the plateau, the village seemed born of the rock proudly overlooking the valley. Bastide classical in structure, it is organized around a square corner to alternating old stone houses and half-timbered houses. The streets intersect at right angles, including the streets of the lower town. At the village entrance, a large square of about 100 m square is planted with chestnut trees. It is called the square today.
The walls that surround the, offering magnificent views over the valleys and surrounding hills. Beauville, formerly Boville (city beef) resisted, apparently victorious at the headquarters of English during the 100 years war.