Monflanquin is a picturesque country house of the thirteenth century, perched on his "Pech", located in a region of hills, between Agen, Perigord and Quercy, by Stendhal compared to "a small Tuscany". It celebrated its 750th anniversary in 2006.
Alphonse de Poitiers, Comte de Toulouse creates Bastide in 1256 at the signing of the Charter of Customs, establishing political and civil liberties for citizens.
Town in the Aquitaine region, located northeast of the Lot-et-Garonne department in the district of Villeneuve-sur-Lot, Monflanquin is chief town of canton. She is a member of the Community of Communes "Bastide in Upper Agenais Périgord."
Its communal area covers 6221 hectares. There are 2 345 inhabitants according to the last census in 2012.
The village is fortunate to have inherited from past centuries, an exceptionally well-preserved heritage, ranked among one of the most beautiful villages of France and benefiting the label Green holiday resort.