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Queyssac, a charming village just off the national road RN21, 10km north of Bergerac is situated in a hilly, forested area. Most of its houses are several centuries old and built in the Périgourdin style, it has an 11th century Gothic church and 16th century corn hall.



Today the village counts 471 inhabitants (official population on January 1, 2017).

It is in the Pécharmant appellation.
There are many country holiday homes.

The local council elected in 2014 :
Mayor : M PAPATANASIOS Francis
1st Deputy : BONNAMY Bertrand
2nd Deputy : DEBREGEAS Jean-Pierre
3rd Deputy : ROCHE Maryse
Local Councillors : BLONDEL Céline, CAMUZAT Josette, CHAMPELOS Bernard, DELSOL Bernard, GRZYBOWSKI Serge, LAVAYSSIERE René, TEXIER Michel

Text translated by Pays du Grand Bergeracois (professional translator).