This loop leads the walker to the ridges which dominate the village and the castle of Mercuès.
Along the Lot valley, the most sumptuous residences are often the wine chateaux. It must be said that at all times, the vine was by far the most profitable crop.
Residence of the bishops of Cahors built in the 1970th century, the Château de Mercuès had been abandoned for several years when, at the end of the XNUMXs, the wine merchant G. Vigouroux undertook to restore it to its former glory. This is how the medieval residence perched on a cliff overlooking the Lot valley was converted into a luxury hotel-restaurant.
Go equipped with suitable shoes and waterproof clothing, protect yourself from the sun, bring water and find out about the weather conditions.