This circuit takes you along the path, from the crests to the banks of the Lot allowing you to discover the bastide town of Castelfranc and the vineyard landscapes.
At the top of the Stations of the Cross, the view of the new lock reminds us that in these wine-growing lands, water has always had a hand in hand with wine. For production first of all: The river, a gigantic body of water, ensures thermal and hygrometric stability favorable to the ripening of the grapes.
This is a point common to the great terroirs. Then for trade: From the Middle Ages to the end of the XNUMXth century, the Lot was the only means of transport in Cahors. The latter, embarked on barges, joined the Dordogne then the port of Bordeaux.
Go equipped with suitable shoes and waterproof clothing, protect yourself from the sun, bring water and find out about the weather conditions. Families