the canton of Lalinde, stretches along the
left bank of the Dordogne River,
is crossed by the D37 departmental road and is predominantly
composed of cultivated plains.
It has a surface area of 405 hectares and a population of
(official population on January 1, 2017).
What to See :
An 11th century church whose alter piece is listed as an
Village Fête on the 4th Sunday of June which ends with
fireworks, a meal and exhibitions.
Exhibitions throughout the year.
Varennes’ main economic activity is agriculture.
The commune benefits
from its proximity to Lalinde in terms of employment.
Doctor Louis-Luc Giudicelli
Nurse Martine Giudicelli
• Village Fêtes Committee
• Hunting Association
• Village Social Committee (Amicale Laïque)
• Senior Citizens’ Club
• Lanquais / Varennes Sports Union
• Friends of St Avit of Varennes and Heritage