A major wine producing region, the Lot has taken advantage of its exceptional heritage and natural resources in developing its tourist and cultural activities along with sports and leisure. The department boasts a large infrastructure of rural accommodation with its rural gites, camping sites and even horse-drawn caravans enabling the visitor to enjoy a stay in the heart of nature.

All periods are represented in the Lot: Prehistory (Pech Merle), Romanesque art and its domed churches (Cahors, Souillac), Medieval architecture at Rocamadour and Saint Cirq Lapopie and the Renaissance, characterised in the construction of its castles and beautiful residences.

A land of traditions and pleasant lifestyle, the Lot is also a gastronomic delight with its many culinary specialities. You can enjoy truffles, cepes, foie gras, conserves and cabecous (small goats cheeses) accompanied by succulent Cahors wines.

Have a happy stay in the Lot