Visits

Puy-l’Evêque :

Old medieval village, Puy-l’Evêque hill the bishop offers you a magnificent landscape in border of the Lot…
Weekly market: on Tuesdays from 8:30 am till 12 am – Place de la Truffière
Market of the local producers: every Wednesday evening of July and August from 6:00 pm – Promenade Héron

Website : http://www.puy-leveque.fr

Luzech :

Town situated in Quercy at the heart of the Vineyard of Cahors.
Surrounded by the Lot, Luzech is a peninsula, an inescapable stage of the circuit « Porté par le Lot ».
Weekly market: Wednesday from 8 am till 1 pm.

Website : http://www.ville-luzech.fr

Crayssac :

Small village in the department from the Lot to Midi-Pyrénées and belongs to the district of Cahors and to the canton of Catus.
In 10 minutes of Cahors, on the heights of the valley of the Lot, the village of Crayssac has the peculiarity to possess a little bit particular beach: without sand and without sea, « La Plage aux Ptérosaures® » is a unique paleontological site, which confides exclusively during guided tours.
Website : http://www.tourisme-cahors.fr/decouvrir/pierre-et-histoire/plage-aux-pterosaures

Vineyards of Cahors :

Cahors is a French red wine of protected designation of origin protected from the Vineyard of the Southwest of France.

Website : http://www.tourisme-cahors.fr/decouvrir/vin-et-gastronomie/cahors-malbec-un-vignoble-dexception

Castle of Bonaguil :

The castle of Bonaguil is situated in Lot-et-Garonne, on the border of the Lot and the Dordogne.

Down from its rocky spur, the castle of Bonaguil dominates the valley and the medieval village.It forms a group making it unique in Europe, in the gigantic proportions and in a state of remarkable preservation.

Today, it became a reference for specialists, historians as well as an ideal educational tool for the pupil and the teacher. It also remains a house of pleasure for every visitor.