AngloINFO Dordogne

Everything you need for life in the Dordogne, Gironde & Lot-et-Garonne - local information you can trust

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- Sunday 26th October
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Information Pages

- 443 pages about life in the Dordogne, Gironde & Lot-et-Garonne
  • Income Tax

    Income Tax:

    The responsibilities of the taxpayer in France: understand the French tax system and how it affects your income.

  • Emergencies


    Who to call and what to say in an emergency, including numbers for police, ambulance, fire and rescue.

  • Setting Up Home

    Setting Up Home:

    Find out how to get power, water and gas turned on and how to get the rubbish removed.

  • Employment

    Employment :

    Just hired, or looking for work? Find out about employment contracts, including benefits and legal requirements.


Featured Businesses

MB 24 Building & Renovation Services

Professional service in the Dordogne. New Build/Conversions/Older Buildings: All Services. English, highly experienced and qualified registered Artisans. Quotes/Invoices in English. Communication...


Building and Renovations specialists. New builds. Home extensions. Barn and attic conversions. Shopfitting. Project management. Fosse sceptics. Stud walls. Plumbing and heating service. Electrical...

Aiguillon: A tale of deux riviéres

From the blog:
Lot of Livin’, Dordogne

This fall/winter, I am blogging about special places in the Lot-et-Garonne. Want me to write about your favorite village, historical site, cozy café, or amazing view? Comment below or send me an email here. I'll buy the coffee if you can spare an hour to show me around.  The junction of the Lot a... Read more

by Mimi Beck Knudsen on October 24, 2014

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Summer Time Ends

Daylight savings time ends this weekend. Clocks go back by one hour Saturday night/Sunday morning.


  • Sunrise: 7:30
  • Sunset: 17:59
  • The Weather:
    8.5°C (47°F) and Fog Peyrignac (Last Updated on October 26, 4:50 AM CET)

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Morning Market

General market at place de la Mairie.

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