An ocean of nature open to a multitude of viewpoints, a well-preserved heritage that will immerse you directly in eras of our distant history and yet still so alive in our staged settings. You are therefore invited to dive into history.
Cahors and the Valentré Bridge
Cahorsand the Valentré Bridge
Among the emblematic places, Cahors of course. Seat of the Bishops, spectacular with its 12th century cathedral, punctuating the Camino de Santiago de Compostela and as such giving it the UNESCO World Heritage label. Majestic also with the Valentré Bridge, remarkable bridge of France.. And then and then all these medieval and ancient gems, so beautifully preserved.
Saint-Cirq LapopieMost beautiful village in France
Continue your quiet road east, along the river and round a bend, Saint-Cirq Lapopie is revealed on its rocky peak 100 meters above the river. Here, you wander through the medieval streets, meet artists inspired by the village and take to the skies to conquer a panoramic view on the Lot valley, its limestone cliffs, a water mill here, a lock there and the Causse opposite.
The Causses du QuercyUNESCO Global Geopark
This is how you will come to the temptation of a dip in our equally preserved nature. Thanks in particular to the Causses du Quercy Regional Natural Park and the Geopark. Here, nature is more than an ecological conscience, it is a daily way of life.
Causses and rivers race for happiness and discover all their assets to arrive premiers in your wish list. The causses have as allies the Caussenard sheep and dry stone walls, Cazelles et gariottes to give you the impression of being in another universe. And if you dive into the bowels of the earth, into caves and phosphate pits, it will certainly be a new universe, which will open up to the amazed eyes and curious ears of young and old.
of the Lot valley
and the vineyard
Rise quickly to the surface, because other gems await you west of the Destination. The vineyard of Cahors will offer you landscapes to taste and a charming wine to admire. Or the contrary ? Or both ! In the crosshairs of this vineyard, push your discovery to Puy-l'Evêque. This village built on the hillside, by the river combines heritage and local wine Cahors, in a single sip of happiness.
Montcuqand Quercy Blanc
A little further south, Montcuq, an emblematic village of Quercy white, sits enthroned at the foot of its imposing tower, patiently listens to the jokes and is about to surprise you with its charm, he was able to seduce a few artists and provides a pleasant environment its famous market of Sunday morning.
The Cele Valleysporting paradise
A final detour is required via the Célé valley. It's a small wild and secret river. It is the setting for your future giggles, magical memories, sporting achievements.