Sent Meard de Moissídan
|Canton||Vallée de l'Isle|
|Community association||Isle et Crempse en Périgord|
|surface||24.45 km 2|
|Residents||1,713 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||70 inhabitants / km 2|
Town hall of Saint-Médard-de-Mussidan
Saint-Médard-de-Mussidan ( Occitan : Sent Meard de Moissídan ) is a municipality in the French region of Aquitaine with 1,713 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2017). It is located in the Dordogne department . The municipality is part of the canton of Vallée de l'Isle (until 2015: canton of Mussidan ) in the Arrondissement of Périgueux . The inhabitants are called Mussidanais de Saint-Médard .
Saint-Médard-de-Mussidan is located in the Périgord Blanc (White Périgord) on the southern bank of the Isle . Saint-Médard-de-Mussidan is surrounded by the neighboring communities of Saint-Martin-l'Astier in the north, Saint-Front-de-Pradoux in the northeast, Mussidan in the east, Les Lèches in the southeast, Saint-Géry in the south and Beaupouyet in the west and south-west and Saint-Laurent-des-Hommes to the west and north-west.
|Source: Cassini and INSEE|
- Saint-Médard church
- La Moze mansion, former Carthusian monastery
- Longua Castle with park from the 19th century, chapel from the 15th century, monument historique since 2002/2004
- Bassy Castle, now a clinic