Cahors (Lot) Pont Valentré - Cahors (Lot) Towpath - Lot Valley (Lot) Dordogne Valley - Lacave (Lot) Cahors vineyards (Lot) Traditional 'gariotte' stone huts - Causses du Quercy RNP (Lot) Saint Cirq-Lapopie (Lot) Rocamadour (Lot) Saint Jean Lespinasse (Lot) Château de Castelnau-Bretenoux (Lot) Musée Champollion - Figeac (Lot) Saint Céré Opera Festival - Saint Céré (Lot) Truffles (Lot)


Vineyards and cliff-lined rivers, fine town houses and country châteaux, gastronomic restaurants and character villages: the smart countryside of the Lot is irresistible but it never strays from its simple, convivial side very popular with visitors. Historically, Lot was part of the province of Quercy, a name with which it is still closely associated.