This itinerary, made up of several trails, stretches for nearly 120 km between Figeac and Cahors. From Figeac to Béduer, let’s take the GR®65 to branch off at the place called Le Mas de la Croix on the GR®651, the Célé way. Cliffs, semi-troglodyte houses, remarkable viewpoints, discreet villages, the wild landscapes of the Regional Natural Park of the Causses of Quercy follow one another along the paths. A pure happiness! We pass through charming villages: Corn and its resurgence, Espagnac-Sainte-Eulalie and the priory of Val Paradis, Marcilhac-sur-Célé and its Benedictine abbey, Saint-Sulpice, Saint-Cirq-Lapopie.
Let’s opt for the visit of this village classified as one of the Most Beautiful Villages in France! We pass the castle of the English and the superb towpath of the Ganil, dug in the rock and embellished with a 30-meter long bas-relief.
And if your feet are tired, make a part of the path in canoë and bivouac on the banks of the Célé!”