Cahors is located in the Quercy at the heart of France South-West. It is the head quarter of the Lot department.

Coiled in a meander of the river, it will seduce you by its charm, its gastronomy and the kindness of its citizens.

You won’t be annoyed by the access because Cahors is well covered by roads and highway (15 min. from A20, 1h from Toulouse International Airport, Cahors Train Station). Its location makes it, obviously, a privileged place for visiting the area.

But, city discovering, with its historical heritage, its wines, its gastronomy justifies by themselves your journey.

Cahors : city of arts and history : The many archeological features are a testimony of an important commercial and artisanal activity. The Pont Valentré is the city symbol with its three fortified towers. With the Saint Etienne Cathedral, they are both registered at the Unesco World Heritage.