Sigalens is a commune with 373 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2011) in the Gironde department in the region of Aquitaine. She is a member of the Association of Municipalities Communauté de communes du Pays d' Auros.
Sigalens is located near the border of the Lot- et- Garonne, 68 kilometers south-east of Bordeaux, 23 kilometers south-east of Langon and 12 kilometers east of Auros. The neighboring communities are Saint- Sauveur -de- Meilhan in the northeast, Cocumont in the east, in the southeast Grignols, Cauvignac in the south, southwest and Aillas Sendets in the northwest.
A motorway junction of Autoroute A62 is located 8 kilometers north of Sigalens. The nearest train station is 17 kilometers away from the village. It is located in La Réole on the line Bordeaux - Sète SNCF and TER Aquitaine.
The municipality was created in 1851 with the help of Sigalens community Aillas when the parishes Aillas, Sigalens, Aillas -le- vieux, Glayroux and Monclaris newly formed itself.
In March 1857, a land register sector of Sigalens secreted. The area assigned to him went over to the neighboring community Cocumont in the sequence.
- The church Église Saint- Pierre is dated to the 17th century.
- In Aillas -le- Vieux earlier passed the Église Notre -Dame. Your inventory is recognized as a historic monument since 1987. This church contains a statue of Mary.
- The church Église Saint -Martin was built in the 13th and 14th centuries. It was restored in 1680-1822.