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Brocante Antiquité


Galerie - Musée Marcel Boudou


This museum, open in the summer period (July and August) exhibits in this period works by local artist Marcel BOUDOU and welcomes themed temporary exhibitions.

Église romane de Sainte Eulalie d'Olt


Built in the 11th century, the Romanesque and Gothic church of Sainte Eulalie d'Olt was fortified in the 12th century and then enlarged in the 16th century and restored several times afterwards.

Église de Campagnac


The Romanesque church has elements dating back to the 9th century.

Eglise de Verlac


Verlac, a typical mountain village has a Romanesque church listed historical monument in 1977.

Église de St Martin de Lenne


The parish church of St Martin de Lenne is built on the furthest point of the mound. Successive additions were made, undoubtedly unfortunate, before being rebuilt at the end of the 19th century.

Centre balnéo du Château de la Falque


In its exceptional decor, a former 17th century monastery, the Chateau de la Falque opens the doors of its hydrotherapy space. Do you wish to spend a few days in a quiet and charming environment? Charming rooms and suites await you.

Brasserie d'Olt


Created in 1998 in the Lot valley, the Brasserie d'Olt invites you to discover the craft of brewing beer, lemonade and cola.

Église St Laurent de Prades d'Aubrac


Prades d'Aubrac is one of the highest municipalities of the department with Aurelle-Verlac. The church was rebuilt from 1540 to 1546.

Atelier Reliure




Saint Eulalie d'Olt, classed amongst the plus beaux villages de France (most beautiful villages in France), has set up an artistic and craft centre. A old 17th century barn has been restored to enable the installation of artists and artisans d'art (artistic craftsmen). This building called "Eulalie d'Art" houses 6 creation workshops that perpetuate the "savoir-faire".

Église de Castelnau de Mandailles


The castle of Castelnau was fully renovated in the 16th century. A lordly chapel was erected at the time, within the exterior fortifications adjacent to the old watchtower.

Église de Saint Laurent d'Olt


St Laurent is a village built on a rocky ridge in a meander of the Lot. The church was built in 1483.

Église paroissiale de St Geniez d'Olt


Located on the right bank of the Lot, the parish church is Romanesque and was transformed in the early 18th century.

Église de Sévérac l'Eglise


Musée Jean BOUDOU


This museum in the heart of the village of Saint Laurent d'Olt, holds documents on the works of Jean Boudou, Occitan writer, and sculptures by Lucien Girma. Temporary exhibitions are added each summer.

Église de St Saturnin de Lenne


The primitive church of St Saturnin de Lenne, that overlooks the Serre valley, dates from the 11th century. It was then rebuilt in the 12th century, then expanded in the 13th century.

Église des Pénitents - Chapelle des Augustins


Dating from the 14th and 15th century, the chapel of the Augustins, called the church of the Penitents, was the annex to the church of Marnhac, too far from the residence of the inhabitants.

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