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Saint-Laurent d'Olt

Saint-Laurent d'Olt
Things to see and do

Après avoir flâné dans la rue principale jusqu’au musée Joan Bodon et l’entrée du Château des Hermaux, prenez le temps de visiter les hameaux, aux maison en grès rouge, tout proches, qui offrent de beaux points de vue sur la Vallée du Lot.
Partez sur les chemins du Causse ou de l’Aubrac, à pied, à cheval ou en VTT.
Saint Laurent d’Olt est un village dynamique, tourné vers l’avenir.

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Chapelle du St Sépulcre

Campagnac

In the east, halfway between Campagnac and Saint Urbain, stands a chapel, in the past the location of an annual pilgrimage, built in the 18th century on a certainly older part.

Fontaine de St Urbain

Campagnac

St Urbain, former Gallo-Roman site, located between Campagnac and the exchanger 41. Its small heritage represents life in the past: fountain with double coving, bread oven....

Église de Bonneterre

St-Laurent-d'Olt

You reach the hamlet of Bonneville via a small picturesque road. Its church, dedicated to St Amans dates from the 18th century.

Église romane de Canac

Campagnac

This church is remarkable because of the apposition of two successive Romanesque periods (11th and 12th century) and two local 'schools' (high Tarn valley and Lot valley).

Église romane d'Estables

St-Laurent-d'Olt

The Romanesque church of Estables dates from the 12th century. It was built in red stone.

Piscine Roger Pujol

Campagnac

The Roger PUJOL swimming pool is situated in the heart of the village of Campagnac, in a lush green setting. The village of Campagnac is found in the north of the Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses, close to exit 41 of the A75 motorway.

Église de Saint Laurent d'Olt

St-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.

Chapelle St Ferréol

St-Laurent-d'Olt

The chapel St Ferréol, built at the foot of Marijolet on the banks of the Lot, dates from the 17th century.

Église de la Capelle Bonance

La Capelle-Bonance

The church of la Capelle Bonance dominates the village, nested in the valley between Lot and Serre.

Église de Campagnac

Campagnac

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

Site de la Plancelle

Campagnac

east of Campagnac the site of la Plancelle provides a spectacular panoramaof the Lot Valley and Aubrac, the villages of Verteilhac and Canilhac in the Lozère.

Église de St Saturnin de Lenne

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.

Mini-Musée de Pomayrols

Pomayrols

Pomayrols overlooks the Lot valley. In one of the rooms of the château, that dominates the village, this mini-museum holds a remarkable collection of agricultural tools from years gone by. Through these tools, M. Badoc makes working the fields, the vineyards and the strawberries of this Vallée d'Olt come back to life. A passionate trip back in time.

Église de Pomayrols

Pomayrols

The church of Pomayrols already existed in the 11th century. It is dedicated to St John Baptist

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