The circuit winds through the Combes de la Joyeuse and la Valse and offers a refreshing
The architecture of the town is remarkable for the
bolets (“covered balconies”) which underline the entrances to houses with
Causses du Quercy breeders have built “cabanes” in dry stone. They are called cazelles or gariottes depending on whether they are located north or south of Quercy. Another interpretation distinguishes the two denominations by their location. One, the gariotte, is often installed in the thickness of an enclosure wall or in a “cayrou” (pile of stones).
The other, the cazelle, is a small building
round or square.
Go equipped with suitable shoes and waterproof clothing, protect yourself from the sun, bring water and find out about the weather conditions.