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Chateau de Montal - Renaissance facades and seen from the formal garden

Chateau de Montal, a Renaissance masterpiece in Quercy

Chateau de Montal, a Renaissance masterpiece built by a woman and returned to its past grandeur by the industrialist and patron of the arts Maurice Fenaille

Dolmen de Martignes in Beduer - Lot

Dolmen de Martignes and Cloup de Coutze

Dolmen de Martignes and Dolmen du Cloup of Coutze, the most famous of the 12 dolmens listed in Beduer, a village of Quercy along St. James Way

Gouffre de Saint-Sauveur- Emeral waters of the resurgence of the river Ouysse

Gouffre de Saint-Sauveur – Ouysse River’s resurgence

The Gouffre de Saint-Sauveur is a basin of emerald water nestled in the lush greenery where the river Ouysse resurfaces near the village of Calès in the Lot

Chateau des Anglais, also known as Chateau Fort de La Roque d'Autoire

Chateau des Anglais or Chateau Fort de La Roque d’Autoire

Chateau des Anglais – Chateau Fort de La Roque d’Autoire, the troglodyte fort the lords of Turenne built at the border of the Auvergne and Toulouse counties

Dolmen du Pech-Laglayre in Grealou - Lot

Dolmen du Pech-Laglayre in Grealou

Dolmen du Pech-Laglayre is a group of 3 dolmens, 2 still standing, located along Saint-James Way, on the heights of the municipality of Grealou in the Lot

Chateau de Limargue - Round defense tower

Chateau de Limargue in the listed village of Autoire

Chateau de Limargue, a manor house that boasts exceptional architectural features and is located in Autoire, one of the most beautiful villages of France

Dolmen de la Pierre Martine in Livernon - Lot

Dolmen de la Pierre Martine, Lot’s largest dolmen

Dolmen de la Pierre Martine in Livernon, the largest dolmen in the Lot department, was erected near the Neolithic limestone quarry where its slabs came from

Chateau of Cenevieres in the Lot Valley

Chateau of Cenevieres, medieval fortress and Renaissance castle

Chateau de Cenevieres, a medieval fortress that was transformed in the late 16th century into one of the finest Renaissance castles in Quercy

Dolmen du Bois de Galtier in Martiel - Aveyron

Dolmen du Bois de Galtier in Martiel

The Dolmen du Bois de Galtier is the most famous of the 30 dolmens listed in Martiel, a municipality of Aveyron with the highest concentration of megaliths

Moulin de Cougnaguet

Moulin de Cougnaguet, fortified watermill in the Lot

Moulin de Cougnaguet, a fortified watermill built in the early 14th century by Cistercian monks, and today one of the key tourist attractions of the Lot

Towpath carved into the Falaises de Bouzies

Bouzies, boating base on the river Lot

Bouzies, a popular boating base and tourist spot on the river Lot renowned for its spectacular cliffs and towpath carved into the rock

Saint-Cernin du Causse in the Lot

Saint-Cernin du Causse village church

Saint-Cernin du Causse, a rural village of Quercy that boasts a church decorated with a wealth of colourful frescoes and contemporary stained-glass windows

Chateau de Montal - Renaissance facades and seen from the formal garden

Chateau de Montal, a Renaissance masterpiece in Quercy

Chateau de Montal, a Renaissance masterpiece built by a woman and returned to its past grandeur by the industrialist and patron of the arts Maurice Fenaille
Dolmen de Martignes in Beduer - Lot

Dolmen de Martignes and Cloup de Coutze

Dolmen de Martignes and Dolmen du Cloup of Coutze, the most famous of the 12 dolmens listed in Beduer, a village of Quercy along St. James Way
Gouffre de Saint-Sauveur- Emeral waters of the resurgence of the river Ouysse

Gouffre de Saint-Sauveur – Ouysse River’s resurgence

The Gouffre de Saint-Sauveur is a basin of emerald water nestled in the lush greenery where the river Ouysse resurfaces near the village of Calès in the Lot
Chateau des Anglais, also known as Chateau Fort de La Roque d'Autoire

Chateau des Anglais or Chateau Fort de La Roque d’Autoire

Chateau des Anglais - Chateau Fort de La Roque d’Autoire, the troglodyte fort the lords of Turenne built at the border of the Auvergne and Toulouse counties

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