On a weekend trip to Cahors, history buffs will enjoy the Resistance Deportation and Liberation Museum. The Salle Caviole keeps its temporary exhibitions a surprise. To relax, head to the Carré d'Art, an art gallery, boutique and tea lounge. You can also enjoy Cahor’s secret, intimate gardens: the Jardin d’Ivresse, the Banquette d’Issala, or the Bouquetier Garden at the foot of St. Stephen's Cathedral. Your evenings can be given over to tasting the local cuisine at a restaurant and then wander through the illuminated streets of Cahors.
A one-week stay will allow you to visit Cahors and its region. So you don’t miss any of the typical locations, follow the marked routes. The castles and fountains route, and the route through the vineyards and orchards are among the most beautiful. Sail on the Lot for a stunning view of the Cahors vineyards, the cliffs of the Causses and Quercy Regional Park. Finally, the Pont Valentré is one of the jewels to discover during the Cahors medieval cruise. When evening comes, you can find ourCampanile hotels in the Occitanie region
In Cahors and its surroundings, there are many cruises. You can travel on board gabarres, punts, habitable boats and tourist boats. To entertain the children, an afternoon’s fishing on the Lot is exhilarating. They will learn about watching nature and how to have respect for wildlife. Discovering the underground world is possible at the Pech Merle Prehistoric Center: pre-historic paintings, art galleries and caves to amaze all the family. You can also see the Gramat Wildlife Park and the monkey forest in Rocamadour, before you unwind in your comfortable hotel.