www.eymetguide.com is an independent web site created in 2004 and designed for residents and visitors to this beautiful region of France.

Having found so many web sites attempting to cover large areas of France badly; we decided to concentrate on an area we know well and aim to provide a useful service to the community.

Eymet, known as 'France's Little England, has always attracted a large English speaking population which seems to increased every year. It also draws thousands of tourists.

In April 2004, having lived in the area for 3 years, we decided to build www.eymetguide.com. Two years later we are now one of the largest, local web sites providing year-round information here on the Dordogne and Lot-et-Garonne border.

There are of course countless other web sites relating to the Dordogne/Lot et Garonne and life in France but very few professional sites providing over 230 pages of local information, updated on a daily basis.

We presently provide a local Directory, Calendar of events, Where to stay, Free Classifieds and loads more

The www.ledroptforum.com launched in Jan 2005 now has 580 members .

We presently enjoy an average of 300 visitors per day.

There is always something new to learn...


 
eymet eveningmarket
 

Our monthly email marketing puts us at the top of the pile for a host of search requests including: 'Eymet', 'where to stay near Eymet', and several other related searches, try it for yourself: www.google.co.uk

 

Our aim is provide one of the best local resources anywhere in France .

Whether you live here or are visiting this beautiful area of France , eymetguide.com is here to assist both residents and visitors.

info@eymetguide.com

 

 
     
       
THE TIMES  WEB OF THE WEEK
www.eymetguide.com was named
'Web of the week' February 2006:
"People turned off by dry websites run by official tourist boards in the Dordogne and the Lot et Garonne are turning to this entertaining little site run by English expats. It’s packed with information on hotels, villas, gîtes, restaurants and events in this pretty part of France."