High above the
Couze River* the commune of Bouillac nestles in the midst of
the Bessède Forest. The commune includes the village of
itself and 10 outlying hamlets and counts a population of
134 (official population on January 1, 2017).
*The Couze which joins the Dordogne at Port de Couze, runs
underground through much of the commune, reappearing, however,
from time to time - which explains the presence of several
pretty, stone bridges.
Even if all roads lead to Bouillac, the most important is
undoubtedly the D26 which itself originates in the D53 linking
Monpazier and Belvès.
Fax and photocopier
available for the local
population (see Town Hall for conditions).
A village hall
and kitchen area with a capacity of 100 persons is available for
hire (see Town Hall for conditions).
Refuse Disposal :
Containers for yellow and black bin liners are situated at the
Town Hall, Peyrelevade or Le Faux. For further information
Bastides Forêt Bessède SYGED
Text translated by Pays du Grand Bergeracois (professional translator).