Short shady walk that allows you to discover a specificity of the causses, a stream that loses itself in a cavity and reappears a few kilometers further.
Between impermeable marls and causse, the Cros stream disappears into a crack in the limestone massif called Perte du Cros. The water comes out 3,5 km further at the Saint-Géry cave. But the richness of the place comes mainly from the proven presence of men for 8500 years
With your back to the church, take the path on the left under the town hall square and follow it for 2 km (caselle on the right as you leave the village).
Arriving at a crossroads, facing a wall, go down to the right then immediately to the left to pass between two houses and arrive at the site of the Cros loss. Continue the small paved road which goes up to the hamlet of Cros (barn) and joins the D52.
Continue to the right and 50 m further, take the wide grassy path and walk along the buildings. You will come across a succession of closely spaced forks: first turn right and go around a field, then left and immediately right and finally, 100 m later, left. After 450 m turn left. Arrive at Saillagol (lake and church), turn left.
You arrive very quickly on the D33bis which you take on the right for about 500 m. Cross the hamlets of Fizel and Pierrou.
At a cross on the left, leave the road and take the path on the right which takes you to the windmill. Continue on the wide path which leads after 500 m to a wide stony path. Take it on the right and continue on this path towards Saillac which you quickly see. Just before reaching the road, take the grassy path to the right which descends to the wash house. Pass under the shelter and go up opposite to reach your starting point.