At the heart of a landscape of vineyards and hills, Gensac is one of the highlights of architectural Libourne.
Rated "old village" natural stronghold overlooking the valleys of the Dordogne and Dureze, Gensac an opportunity to rediscover the charm of a small town of yesteryear. The cobbled streets, the remains of walls, the restored medieval houses, are all testimony.
Gensac is a village alive! Besides the charm of old stones you will appreciate its many shops and craftsmen and activities of its many dynamic associations.
Church of Our Lady Roman foundation (base on east side) and 19th (1867/1870).
Chair Calvin said that the pastor used to deliver his sermons, XVI.
Watchtower house of nobility of the 17th century.
Cats in the House where he was assassinated the Chevalier de Pardaillan, Middle Ages to the nineteenth.
Tudor style house, the Middle Ages to the seventeenth.
Remains of walls, High Middle Ages.
Theatre in 1900.
Belfry of the late 19th century.
Temple of the Free Church of the 19th century. Currently occupied by a pharmacy.
Temple reform of the mid-19th century.
Valens castle of the 14th and 15th centuries, remains.
Maison du Boulanger: 19th former bakehouse with its oven and antique hardware, kitchen and bedroom, shop.
Hiking, horseback riding and cycling.
Tennis (2 courts).
River fishing for the first category.
Market on Friday mornings.
Feasts of Pentecost.
July 14: Dinner Dance, Town Hall Square.
In July-August: Night markets organized by the CPPG
Days particular Gensac.
Theme parties and meals instead of July 31. Flea market on August 1.
Concerts of the Chamber Orchestra of the Gironde to the church.