The Valley of Cele

Nearby is also the Célé Valley. This tributary of the Lot offers landscapes of high limestone cliffs that plunge into the green river Célé.

The canoe trip over the Célé is most enjoyable. We discover wonderful villages remained intact.

Also nestled in this valley is the beautiful Pech Merle cave. You will have the rare privilege to visit an authentic cave decorated because Pech Merle is one of the rare caves still open to the public.

You dive back into the history of the Quercy of yesteryear by visiting the museum of Cuzals. Country and rural atmosphere of the farms of the beginning of the century.

Heritage discoveries, cultural visits, strolls along the water in hikes on the road to Saint Jacques de Compostela, the magnificent landscapes of the Causses du Quercy and intimate villages await you for a journey back in time.

It is during a canoe trip that the Célé Valley will enchant you by revealing you its high limestone cliffs, its troglodyte villages, its mills, its preserved nature. While paddling from Marcilhac on Célé to Conduché you admire a space where time has stopped …

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