For your holidays in the Lot, choose Quercy Vacances! Located in a historic district of CahorsThe campsite enjoys a privileged location in the heart of the Lot (46) in northern Occitania. Indeed, close to the regional natural park of the Causses du Quercy, the campsite benefits from its magnificent hilly landscapes and its unmissable medieval and prehistoric sites.
The campsite, perched above the Lot valley, through which the river of the same name flows, is set in a natural environment of forests, vineyards and farms of local producers, which are characteristic of the region. In the vicinity of the campsite, you will find the medieval city of Cahors 10 minutes away. The curious will also be delighted to discover the natural caves and geological chasms, notably the Gouffre de Padirac, and the troglodyte dwelling sites such as the rock of Saint-Cirq-Lapopie.
The Lot region is also marked by its prehistoric past and rich in Jurassic sites such as " The "Pterosaur Beach" and cave paintings such as the Grotte du Pech Merle. Sports enthusiasts will not be left out either! Hiking, canoeing, mountain biking and cycling, trail running or climbing... There is a wide range of routes for beginners and experienced sportsmen and women!
Hiking and mountain biking are a perfect way to discover our beautiful Lot region, where you will find superb views of the river, the vineyards and the valley, as well as the remains of the local culture. The River Lot offer of multiple swimming spots supervised with equipped beaches or more wild and intimate.
The Lot region has a long history where man and nature have worked together for over 30,000 years. From prehistory, through Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the Lot is a wonderful place for culture and discovery. Visit here a brief overview of the must-see visits!
The Natural Park of the Causses du QuercyThe Unesco Regional Park is a must-see with its guided tours on archaeology, fauna, flora, astrology and local culture. Children will also be delighted with the multitude of parks in the Quercy.