Created in 1999, the ‘Parc naturel régional des Causses du Quercy’ (175 717 hectares : 26 000 inhabitants) contributes to the preservation of the local natural and cultural heritage.
The Parc Animalier de Gramat preserves species of european wildlife in a large park with local flora

One of the areas with the least light pollution in the night sky in France is the renowned
Black Triangle of Quercy. It extends between Labastide-Murat, Livernon and Sauliac-sur-Célé. It is a privileged site of great astronomical observation, welcoming growing tourism every year.

Figeac harbours the Champollion museum and a giant reproduction of the Rosetta Stone,decrypted by this native child of the country, Champollion, one of the founders of moderne Egyptology.

Come and visit the magnificant sites of Rocamadour, St-Cirq-Lapopie, Pech-Merle, Château de Cénevières, Figeac, Cahors, Cajarc, Martel.

Come and discover the Parc Naturelles des Causses du Quercy with it’s preserved flora and fauna, and the numerous grottos of the region, come and ride along the verdant banks of the lot and Célé rivers.