See and do
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".
Ste Eulalie d'Olt, village classé parmi les Plus Beaux Villages de France en Aveyron
Along the left bank of the Lot, in a fertile plain, at 4 km upstream from St Geniez, the medieval hamlet of Ste Eulalie d'Olt, village listed among the Prettiest Villages in France . The medieval town, nestled in greenery, charms the visitor with its stone houses, sometimes thatched, and their generously flowery façades. Through the twisting narrow alleys, shaded squares and spots, the walker discoves the secular past of the town and the local know-how in the workshops of the arts craftsmen. A land of traditions, the village managed to keep two: the Procession of Sainte Epine, the 2nd Sunday in July and the "Poule Un" (auction of donkey food) on 1 November.
Verconcept - Yann le souffleur de verre
Yann is an artist glass blower with 22 years' experience acquired in a Paris workshop. Yann opens his workshop to visitors and shapes glass in front of the public. Demonstrations every morning from 1st July to 31st August.
Église de Malescombes
Built around 1735, the church was part of the castle of the famous family of Curières, one of the most powerful ones in the Rouergue.
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.
O'Paddle d'Olt : Bateaux électriques sur le lac de Castelnau-Lassouts-Lous
Trail around on the lake of Castelnau-Lassouts-Lous. Sailing along without noise on board of this electric-solar powered boat 100% made in Aveyron. Enjoy this new activity on departure from Cabanac, near Ste Eulalie d'Olt, a village listed among the Prettiest Villages of France
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.