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Figeac, Assier or CajarcThe choice is yours!

Discovering without a car

Just arrived in Figeac and only have your legs to get around? Here are some ideas for car-free outings to discover the medieval town of Figeac, the Limargue and its heritage as well as a pretty village in the Causses du Quercy!

Figeac,

The unmissable medieval city

In Figeac,look up and admire!

After passing the Gambetta Bridge overlooking the river of the Célé, you enter themedieval city of Figeac. The city’s rich heritage is extremely well preserved.

Come to the Tourist Office, located at the Hôtel de la Monnaie, we will offer you an ideal plan to discover all the treasures of the city in less than 2 hours. You will then be able to contemplate the typical medieval houses, the sumptuous churches, the Scripture Square and the reproduction of the Rosetta Stone, the Champollion Square and its fascinating museum… Finally, end your visit with a cool break on one of the many sunny terraces.

Assier

And the Renaissance

Impressive this monumental Renaissance castle in the middle of the small village of Assier! Galiot de Genouillac, grand master of artillery to Francois 1st, wanted a castle worthy of his rank and a church celebrating his glory.

Borrowing the Lio line 886, you can take the time to visit this village, its heritage, and, if you feel like it, to go and discover the landscapes of the Limargue by running.

Cajarc

Small jewel of the Lot

Located in the Lot Valley, in the heart of the Causses du Quercy, you are bound to fall in love with this village.

Lanes with a crazy charm, relaxing stroll along the river, water sports activities for the sportsmen and women, restaurants, market and shops with local products to discover all year round, breathtaking hikes, rousing entertainment: be curious, go there using the Lio 889 line!

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