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Coulx is one of the smallest villages in the Lot-et-Garonne department of France, which in turn is part of the Nouvelle-Aquintaine region. The region around Coulx has a lot to offer and is located in the ‘Tuscany of France’, just below the Dordogne region, deep in the southwest of France between the major cities of Bordeaux and Toulouse. It is a region with a very varied landscape with plains, gently rolling hills, fruit trees, sunflowers and vineyards. The village of Coulx has its beautiful mill as a reference point, which has been restored culturally and historically and is actively started up once a month especially for tourists.
Lot-et-Garonne has a temperate maritime climate. This is a growing climate with lots of sun, sufficient precipitation that falls throughout the year and temperatures at which crops thrive. Even the coolest months are not really cold and in winter maximum temperatures of 8 to 12 degrees are normal and the mercury remains above freezing on average at night.