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Nerac is a small town in Aquitaine and it is a popular destination for tourists. Once a politically significant town as the capital of the historic Albret region at the northern edge of Gascony, today the main highlight of the town is its magnificent castle. Nerac has a population of approximately 7,000 and a moderate climate, typical of south-western France, with summers that can be expected to be pleasantly full of sunshine. Nerac is proud of being the home of foie gras, a world-famous speciality of the region. Foie gras is a type of delicious pate made out of goose livers. Many other towns in the region claim to be the place where foie gras was invented, but Nerac is the place where this claim is generally held to be true - it was first mentioned in a document recording the dish prepared for the Duc de Richelieu in 1769. To really make the most of exploring this region and the town of Nerac, hire a car, ensuring you complete flexibility for your trip.
Enterprise offers a wide selection of vehicles for hire in Nerac. Whether it is for business or leisure, Enterprise has the vehicle to meet your needs, from economical small cars, such as the Toyota Aygo, to large people carriers such as the SEAT Alhambra, or even a 7-seater minibus, which is ideal for large groups. All Enterprise vehicles are modern and extremely well-maintained so that they are economical and feel efficient to drive. If you need a van for a large delivery or if you are relocating, you may be interested in one of our small to extra-large vans. There is also a choice of powerful SUVs available, suitable for all terrains and featuring a generous amount of seating and storage space.
No visit to Nerac would be complete without a boat trip along the lovely stretch of the Baise river which flows by the town. You could also enjoy a gentle stroll by the banks of the river and head through the lovely Parc Royal de la Garenne, a former royal hunting ground with several fountains - it's a good place for a picnic!
Other local highlights include the weekly market which is held in the town square every Saturday morning, a great place to buy delicious locally grown fruit and vegetables, as well as specialities of the region. From May onwards, there is also a fortnightly flower market.
Lud'O Parc is a short drive from Nerac's town centre and is a popular attraction for families. From July to September, you can enjoy wet and wild fun in this water park with a historical theme - it's filled with basins, waterfalls and slides in charming reconstructions of Gallo-Roman ruins with pillars and temples galore. There is a huge range of activities, including large rubber rings to slide down chutes and a choice of aqua exercise classes. With free parking on site all day, this is the ideal holiday leisure activity for all ages.
Most visitors to Nerac are drawn to ruins of the Chateau Henri IV. Only one wing of the original castle remains, but this is well worth a visit as it houses a museum about the castle's history and a guided tour of the castle is highly recommended. The square outside the chateau is the ideal location for a spot of lunch and there is also a very good restaurant nearby, Le Bistro de la Cave.
With a car , Nerac is a beautiful small basis from which to explore the wider region. Within about an hour's drive or so, it is possible to visit lots of pretty villages and fascinating little towns. A few to mention are Vianne, Lavardac, and especially Fources, which has the reputation of being one of the most beautiful villages of France. Condom is a small medieval town with an interesting history; it was once a stopping point on the Camino trail, the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, and a lovely fourteenth-century cathedral.
Other recommended destinations are Larresingle, Montreal and Bazas. The area surrounding Nerac has plenty of interesting destinations for day trips, which can be easily planned into your trip’s itinerary when you have a car rented from Nerac.
Alternatively, why not visit Agen, home of the famous Agen prune? Agen is a beautiful town with plenty of attractions, from the interesting Musee des Beaux-Arts for a spot of culture, to the nearby Happy Forest for a treetop adventure activity, requiring harnesses and a good head for heights!
Agen is the nearest airport to Nerac, although some choose to use the larger Bordeaux airport which is about 130 km, or an hour and a half's drive away. Choose Enterprise for an affordable and convenient service that will help your holiday to go with a swing.
Driving in Nerac is pleasant as it is a peaceful little town, although locals may sometimes hold up traffic as they stop to pass the time of day! Most of the hotels offer free parking and there is a public car park near the Old Town.
With rental branches across the county, Enterprise offers cheap car hire from convenient, accessible locations. Our large fleet of new vehicles includes great value economy and compact cars, sporty SUVs and spacious people carriers. Whether you need a vehicle for a single day or longer, Enterprise Rent-A-Car has the perfect car to suit your needs. Book online from our Nerac branch to guarantee your choice of vehicle at the best possible price.
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