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Originally two separate villages, Serres and Montguyard have been closely joined since the 12th or 13th century (since the Knights Templar) and now form one commune.
Serres is situated in the valley along the Dropt River and near the D25 departmental road.


Montguyard, a small, hillside village, has a Romanesque chapel, a spring and a Knights Templar’s Commandery of the Order of St Peter (private property).
The commune is in the canton of Eymet in southern Dordogne, bordering on the Lot et Garonne département.
It is reached either by :
• the D25 departmental road, or
• the Eymet-Serres communal road.
The commune has a surface area of 650 hectares and a population of 246 (official population on January 1, 2017).


Sale of grounds
The commune of Serres et Montguyard (24500), canton of Eymet, 20 minutes South of Bergerac, puts for sale in communal housing estate 6 batch of ground entirely provided with mains services from 740 to 1706 m ² from 16,5 €/m ².
Ideal for your main home
The village set up a “Pass-Land” (Pass Foncier)  which allows in firstly achieving to benefit from very favourable helps
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  Agriculture is the principal economic activity of the area.

Tradespeople :
M. Marc Quiles

M. René Casanova

Agricultural Businesses :
M. René Casanova

M. Didier Bernardi

Farm Produce :

Mme Geneviève Desbois

Where to Sleep :
Mme Moreen Helliwell : holiday house.

M. Tom Gargett : holiday house.

Mme Dando Ann : holiday house.
‘The Spiridons of Périgord’ : walking race
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What to See
Montguyard Romanesque Church
Knights Templar Commandery (private) at Montguyard.

What to Do
Hiking Trails : Sign-posted walks and circuits in the canton.

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