The start of this hike is in the heart of the Lendou valley, so you will have to climb on each side of the village on the white greenhouses which illustrate the name of Quercy Blanc well.
The water mill of Lamothe in Cézac is, according to its previous owner, much older than indicated by the date engraved above the window: year VI. This is the date of the construction of the miller's dwelling above the mill which would have originally belonged to a religious congregation of Granéjouls.
With your back to the church, go to the right and pass in front of the village hall. At the crossroads, turn left. At the next intersection, go left towards the small bridge and the D 54, turn left then cross to take the road that climbs towards “Aury”. Continue on this path until the crossing with the GR® 65.
Turn left and walk up a road. Cross it and after 150 m, take a small path on the left. At the next crossing, take the path on the right which winds down towards the valley. Cross the D 54 and continue towards Castelnau-Montratier.
Turn left on the paved road towards the place called "Lamothe" and walk straight to a crossroads by taking a white path.
At the second fork, turn left until the next crossroads. Follow the path to the left which climbs up to the plateau and passes in front of the “Théron” fountain. At the junction at the summit, turn left, pass an old mill and continue.
In the woods, at a Y, take the path on the right which leads, along dry stone walls, to a viewpoint over the Cézac valley. Follow the path down. At the road, turn left and return to the starting point.