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The village of St Aubin de Cadelech stretches along the departmental road D107, twenty kilometres south of Bergerac.

It sits on a hillside overlooking the length of the Dropt valley. The commune borders onto the Lot et Garonne département.

 

The village was founded in the 13th -14th century by Benedictine monks (affiliated to St Martial de Limoges Abbey) already present on the site. St Aubin de Cadelech is essentially a farming community with vineyards, orchards, livestock and a variety of crops. The commune has a population of 331* and is twinned with Boofzheim in the Bas-Rhin.


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(official population on January 1, 2017)

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