Gourmet stopover for this 6th phase of our Tour de France clubs of padel. From Agen to Périgueux via Figeac, the padel is everywhere.

Take the small country roads for our 6th stage. Departure city: Agen, medieval city which has seen its expansion thanks to the Garonne. It was the most flooded city in France until it was protected with dikes. A place of gastronomy, it is well known for its famous prunes. Further on, Figeac is a place steeped in history. Romans, Vikings, Protestants, important place during the French Revolution or during the Second World War with the resistance, Figeac is at the entrance of the Massif Central. Finally, Périgueux, a Gallo-Roman, medieval and Renaissance city, has monuments classified by Unesco. A Mecca of gastronomy with nuts and especially truffles.

As for padel, these 3 cities offer 3 pretty clubs with warm atmospheres. In total there are 5 sites with different constructions for a padel “Hyper” complete.

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  • Agen Indoor. This multi-sports center mixes foot5, squash and of course padel. 2 tracks are at your disposal. 1 indoor and a full panoramic outdoor track.

Contact : 06 85 75 65 84. More info here.

  • Le Padel Figeac club offers 2 tracks of padel first generation. Tracks equipped with walls and fences. A “purist” atmosphere that immerses you in the very essence of padel.

Contact : christophe.martinez@utas.utc.com. More informations here.

  • The TAG Astérien Grignol is located in St Astier, near Périgueux. This municipal tennis club offers several tennis courts on different surfaces. Also 1 track of padel built with walls is outside.

Contact : 05 53 54 24 16. More info here.


Julien Bondia

Julien Bondia is a teacher of padel in Tenerife (Spain). Columnist and advisor, he helps you play better through his tutorials and tactical/technical articles padel.