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It is obvious that Montcuq is known simply by its name (funny name in French), but if you are in the Lot, you must visit this magnificent village. It tells you its history with its Tower of the Counts of Toulouse, erected at the end of the 12th century and the castral village developed at its feet.

It is in the middle of this authentic setting that the market flourishes every Sunday morning, one of the most renowned in the Lot.

You won't be disappointed.

Puy l’évêque

This picturesque village with its beautiful ochre colours is perched on a cliff with panoramic views over the Lot and surrounding vineyards. Adjacent to the Lot, it was once a successful trading port and has a stunning medieval and Renaissance heritage.

The village of Puy-L'Evêque is one of those little-known gems that amaze all those who discover it.


Saint-Cirq-Lapopie is classified as the most beautiful village in France and was also elected as the favourite village of the French!

It is reflected in the waters of the Lot below. A lookout point on the river and a history to die for: renaissance houses, medieval shops, narrow streets lined with hollyhocks and shady squares, craftsmen's shops... a real film set! 

Straight out of the Middle Ages, this village, partly classified as a historical monument, can be discovered on foot, as if to better appreciate the nobility of its architecture, the elegance of its arcades, its staircases, its fortified doors...

We highly recommend this incredible place which is an eternal jewel.

Château de Bonaguil

A jewel of medieval architecture, the castle of Bonaguil, located between and Quercy, in the commune of Saint-Front-sur-Lémance, near Fumel, is one of the most beautiful castles in France.

Mairie & château de fumel

The castle of Fumel overlooks the river of the Lot. The original fortress, which guarded the border between Quercy and Agenais, was transformed by the lords of Fumel during the Renaissance and classical periods. The castle now houses the town hall. The flowered terraces and the old park are accessible to visitors.


A tiny village with a worldwide reputation, seen from Hospitalet! In the 12th century, pilgrims travelled all over Europe to pray here.

To visit Rocamadour is to explore one of the most visited sites in France after Mont Saint-Michel and the city of Carcassonne.

Le gouffre de padirac

The Gouffre de Padirac, the most famous in Europe, is considered one of the greatest geological curiosities in France. It offers a multitude of concretions, cascades of calcite, shaped by nature over millions of years.

The Gouffre de Padirac, located 8 km from Rocamadour, is the first chasm in France and one of the most fascinating to explore in Europe.

Les bastides du lot-et-garonne

The Lot-et-Garonne is rich in exceptional sites. From the smallest village to the most important ones, discover an extraordinary heritage.