Located on the edge of Quercy, it includes the hills of the Pays de Serres, "the green and wooded valley of the brook Cancel and fertile lands of the lower valley of the Barguelonne. A line of low cliffs along the contour around 120 to 130 meters prints a character both human and semi-mountainous landscapes of the town.
Three hiking tours lasting 2 to 3 hours mark and enable the town to discover laundries, springs, pigeon and the church Gasques, 16th century chapel of the 15th century rooms, surrounded its picturesque cemetery, aqueduct of the Carmelites and fine examples of peasant architecture of the Quercy.
EVENTS AND CELEBRATIONS
Pedestrian Rally in June
Fête votive 1st weekend of August.
Monuments open for Heritage Days in September.
ATTRACTIONS, LEISURES AND ACTIVITES AROUND
Ideas and foot trail rides available on the website of the Communauté de Communes des Deux Rives.