Moissac-Abbey

Moissac Abbey, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Great Site of Midi-Pyrénées, is famous for its door and cloister, with architecture that makes it a masterpiece of Romanesque art. The south door of the Church of Saint-Pierre, a real gem from the 12th century, displays a finely sculpted tympanum depicting Christ in Majesty and the Apocalypse according to St. John.

Chateau-Fumel

Today serving as the mayor’s office, the originally medieval Château de Fumel was remodeled in the 18th century. Its splendid terraced gardens overlooking the Lot valley offer a wonderful panoramic view of the river and surroundings.

Cahors

Built on a peninsula by the River Lot, the old town of Cahors offers a pleasant atmosphere with its narrow streets and its architecture. Symbol of the city, the Valentré bridge built in the 14th century is today a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Monpazie

Founded in the 13th century by Edward I of England, the fortified town of Monpazier possesses a magnificent arcaded square and a beautiful wooden covered market hall. The square's houses covered in climbing roses add real charm.