The Lamonzie St Martin has a surface area of 2069 hectares
with more than 40 km of roads. Its north part is bordered by
the Dordogne river. A hiking trail that is seven km long has
been built along the bank. It starts at the SNCF (railroad)
bridge at La Bourgatie and goes as far as Saint-Martin.
route you have a view of Saint-Sylvain church, the fish pond,
Saint-Martin chapel, and Saint-Martin castle in the middle of
You will marvel
at the natural scenery — its luminosity changes with each hour
of the day. Pebbled beaches are accessible in summer. A pond for
fish to spawn has been rebuilt near Saint-Sylvain church.
You can also travel through the commune’s most southern part via
rural paths. They are not yet marked and are not interlinked.
You will appreciate the calm countryside and its diverse
vegetation: vineyards, orchards, groves...
Put on your shoes and have a good walk in our commune!!
St Sylvain Fountain
Recently restored, it is located below St Sylvain church at
the edge of the Dordogne River. This fountain has a fish-tank
that is no longer used.
The Dordogne River runs alongside the whole north part
of the commune, that is to say, six kilometers. A hiking path
follows its banks. St Sylvain and St Martin churches are built
on the left bank.
The commune of Lamonzie St Martin is a rural agricultural
commune, strongly arboricultural. Hundreds of hectares are
planted with apple trees, the majority of which are covered with