Let’s go for a stroll through our towns and villages
Keys to the towns and villages
With this collection of short guides, you can explore the streets and secret spots in our town and villages. At your own pace, take the time to admire the sculpted façades of medieval houses, the grand monuments, the scenery, forgotten figures from history and more...
Figeac at your speed
The keys to the city
Move from squares to back streets to discover the sculpted façades of medieval houses, the town’s great monuments and the rich culture of the museums of Figeac.
Document available from the Tourist Information Office for €0.30.
For your little ones, an activity guide, "Keys for children" allows them to participate fully in your exploration of the town.
Heritage go !
The keys to the villages
Many of the towns and villages in our region are real gems, rich in exciting history and architectural marvels.
Various routes have been developed to help you explore them:
From the rocky spur of Capdenac-le-Haut, one of the most beautiful villages in France, gaze down at the Lot Valley before plunging into the town’s rich ancient and medieval past
Delve into the heart of the incredible industrial saga of the town of Capdenac-Gare where river, railway and companies mingle with an urban landscape dating from the 19th and 20th centuries
The town of Faycelles, like a sentinel overlooking the Lot Valley, offers amazing scenery of cliffs and villages
In Cajarc, discover the medieval past of this town that was so dear to Coluche and Sagan, nestled in a cirque surrounded by cliffs on the banks of the Lot
The cliffs of the Célé Valley part to reveal Marcilhac and its ancient Benedictine abbey, a jewel with 1,001 stories
Assier will propel back to the Renaissance, when Galiot de Genouillac, the Grand Squire of France under François I, built the château and the village church
On the limestone plateau, come and explore the surprising village of Thémines at the gateway to a karstic region in which waterways lose themselves
Next, your route will take you to Lacapelle-Marival, a town which boasts great architecture at the base of an imposing 15th century château
Recognized as one of the most beautiful villages in France, Cardaillac offers up its fortified towers and the medieval area outside its walls, perched atop a rock spur at the gateway to the Ségala region