Bastide de Miramont-de-Guyenne

Patrimoine culturel

The fortified town of Miramont was built on the banks of the Dourdenne between 1278 and 1286 by Edward I of England. The town was built on the site of a small Templar village and lookout point, which was supposedly destroyed by Simon de Montfort during the Albigensian Crusade. The bastide’s shape is characteristic of those built on a plain: square-shaped with four main streets running from the central square. The town’s structure has not changed over the years, although it is more densely-packed nowadays, and the buildings are still fairly homogenous.

GPS : 44.6019855 | 0.36170757
Bureau d'Information Touristique de Miramont-de-Guyenne - Phone : +33 5 53 93 38 94
Bureau d'Information Touristique de Miramont-de-Guyenne -
Office de tourisme du Pays de Lauzun -

Opening : Free access all year round.

Floral towns and villages

Visiting conditions : Unaccompanied tours

Services : Shop, Games area, Wifi

Facilities : Pram-friendly, Bar cafeteria tea room, Coach parking, Restaurant

Languages : French

Prices :
Free of charge -