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This town overlooks the Durèze valley. It borders Pellegrue to the northeast, Auriolles to the southeast, Soussac to the south and Saint-Antoine-du-Queyret to the west. Listrac-de-Durèze is crossed by the Durèze, a tributary of the Dordogne whose source is in the town of Pellegrue, almost a hundred meters above sea level, near the Château de Laforêt.

The population is 181 inhabitants (Listracaises and Listracais) spread over 531 hectares.

The Saint-Barthélémy church in Romanesque style, built in the XNUMXth century, constitutes the major asset of the town. It is fully registered in the inventory of Historic Monuments. The presbytery known as “the Priory” was formerly used to house the parish priest.
It is now converted into rental accommodation, like the old school whose activity ceased in the early 70s.

The main roadways crossing the municipal territory are the RD15 leading to Castillon-la-Bataille and the RD126 which leads to Soussac and Saint-Antoine-du-Queyret, which also leads to Massugas.

The associative fabric is very active with Belote Listracaise-ACCA-La Pétanque Listracaise and the Festival Committee.

The multipurpose room, rental of which is open to all, allows you to organize bingos or meals thanks to its completely newly equipped kitchen.

The association room welcomes the town's associations for their meetings and every Tuesday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. it welcomes the KALY association: gentle gym method Bernadette de Gasquet.

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Boucle locale de Cayfas à Listrac-de-Durèze

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Local loop from Cayfas to Listrac-de-Durèze

LISTRAC-DE-DUREZE
7 km [{"mode_locomotion": "on foot", "time": "2h", "difficulty": "Average"}]