Leaving Rocamadour, we followed the valley of the Dordogne to join Carennac. We chose this village for dinner and although we hoped not to repeat the experience of the day where only McDonalds have welcomed us. So we were determined to present ourselves to the restaurant at 19:30 (we eat early in the provinces).
We took a beautiful route through the "most beautiful villages in France". This is the specialty rightly in the region.
We first crossed Autoire, nestled deep in the valley. The houses are medieval, the tiled roofs.
A few kilometers further, this time at the top of the cliff, Loubressac. This village was the setting for an old film Lautner: Some gentlemen too quiet.Castle Castelnaud overlooking the Dordogne valley. Unfortunately we do not have time to go there.The third village where we stay is Carennac. Here too medieval architectural unity is remarkable. Many houses of the 15th century.The tympanum of the church of Saint Peter, a superb work of the twelfth century.
A village to really see where we could restore us. Arriving at 19:30, it has nevertheless failed to be difficult. But eventually, the boy left us took turns. Excellent meal with a potato gratin to accompany foie gras ....
Tags : loubressac, carennac, autoire, lot, quercy, dordogne, lot, france
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