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Lot-Quercy cruise

Departure from Bouziès - St Cirq Lapopie

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This cruise will take you from the Quercy cliffs to the vineyards of Cahors

Upstream from the cliffs of BOUZIES, ST-CIRQ-LAPOPIE, one of the most beautiful villages of France, the château of CENEVIERES and then LARNAGOL, a typical southern village.

Downstream, the Mémorail museum of SAINT-GERY, the chapel of VERS, CAHORS, a lively town with its medieval centre, the château of MERCUES, the picturesque port of DOUELLE, CAÏX and it's royal château before arriving at LUZECH.



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BOUZIES

The magic of the « Château des Anglais » and the tow path carved into the rock.


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ST-CIRQ-LAPOPIE

One of the most beautiful villages in France overlooking the River Lot.
Its medieval houses are occupied by numerous artists and craftsmen.

Beautiful view over the Lot-valley.

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CÉNEVIÈRES

Take time to visit the beautiful Cénevières Château overlooking the Lot valley, dating from the 8th century.

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LARNAGOL

Typical medieval village of the Quercy region, dominated by it’s château.

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MERCUES

The village is dominated by the Château de Mercuès, occupied up until the beginning of the 20th century by the Bishops of Cahors. Today it houses a grand hotel and an excellent restaurant.


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SAINT-GÉRY

Known for its “Mémorail” museum, you can see the old trains which ran along the beautiful Lot Valley railway track.

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DOUELLE

Former, very busy port on the Lot river.
Wine barrels were made here to be shipped to Bordeaux.


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CAÏX

The château of Caïx and its vineyards belong to the Danish royal family.

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VERS

The beautiful church of Notre-Dame de Velles, ancient chapel of the 12th century.


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CAHORS

A medieval town where cultural and artistic activities are important.
You will find a lot of buildings of historical interest, but do not miss Valentré bridge (UNESCO World Heritage).

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LUZECH

End of navigation.
A wonderful view from the hill of “Impernal”, the site of an old Gallic village.