Let’s gently leave the Lot valley on the Aveyron side to reach the village of Montredon in the Lot. We gradually enter the Ségala Quercynois on a section of trail of 18 km classified as World Heritage of Unesco : from Montredon to Figeac. The path crosses green valleys and wooded with chestnut trees. From Saint-Felix to Felzins, the relief flattens. We switch to a landscape of bocage where cattle breeding predominates. In Felzins, the Romanesque chapel Sainte-Madeleine de Guirande is remarkable for its 15th-century wall paintings. It’s here a little farther on, at Lake Guirande, that a work of art refuge is installed: the Tank Bed with the promise of a cozy night under a field of stars and waking to the sound of birdsong. Heading west, the horizon opens up to the Rouergue and the terrain drops to regain Figeac, and the Célé Valley. The medieval town, birthplace of the famous Egyptologist Jean-François Champollion, displays the sublime silhouettes of these two major churches: the Saint-Sauveur and Notre-Dame-du-Puy abbey churches. It is here that the Hôpital Saint-Jacques, classified as a Unesco World Heritage Site, a place of hospitality and Christian charity, once welcomed pilgrims.