Discovery of a rich rural built heritage, such as fountains, chapel, windmill...to the sound of cicadas from the causse.
Born in 1802, Jean Gabriel Perboyre, a native of Montgesty, left as a missionary in Asia in 1835. In China forbidden to all Europeans on pain of death. His mission in the province of Hunan lasted four years. But a local potentate had him arrested. From prison to prison, from court to court, he was held captive for a year but remained steadfast in his faith. Sentenced to death by strangulation, he was executed on September 11, 1840. Each year, in August and September, pilgrims from all over France come to Montgesty to honor his memory.
Go equipped with suitable shoes and waterproof clothing, protect yourself from the sun, bring water and find out about the weather conditions.