Connected to nature…
MEDIEVAL BUILDINGS FAR AND WIDE
DISCOVER THE SPECIALTIES OF THE REGION
EXPERIENCE LIVING VILLAGE CULTURE
For those who enjoy walking along historical paths and have a sense of architecture, there are day trips inviting to see Rocamadour, Conques, the Chartreuse St Sauveur monastery in Villefranche-de-Rouergue or Toulouse-Lautrec’s home town of Albi. Figeac, 25 km away, has a beautiful historic town centre and stands out for its young, artistically inclined population and lively city life.
““This idyllic rural location is nestled a short distance from Toulouse in the south-western Lot region, renowned for its food and wine””
— Crack Magazine
The Méchoui is a kind of meal gathering people around an open fire while roasting a big piece of meat on a spit and drinking black Cahors wine with it. Also well known: the typical French aperitif where friends and people spontaneously come together, everybody contributes with something to eat and have a drink, beginning at dawn and ending before dinner time.
The lively culture of “sharing flavours” is also represented in the high quality of the surrounding small restaurants. “Jeu de Quilles” in Cajarc and “Art et Galets” in Villeneuve d’Aveyron are just two of many places to discover.