From Cajarc to Puy-L’Evêque the River Lot makes its way across the plateau of the department, leaving behind it the blue ribbon of its many river bends.
On its way, it meets such towns as Cahors or Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, cliffs, castles and high-perched villages…
The Lot’s banks are fertile land, producing a wide variety of agricultural products, such as the Quercy melon, strawberries or even tobacco.
Like on the Dordogne, you can walk, cycle or canoe down the river or take one of the cruises on offer.
Quietly making its way through the Causses du Quercy regional park, the river Lot offers a host of astonishing landscapes to discover.
Succumb to the charm of this gentle river and its tortuous course.
From Payrac to the Lot valley, just follow the signs to Cahors.
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