During my recent farm stay in the Corrèze region of France, I spent one day exploring the Lot and Célé valleys located in the Lot Department of France. In my opinion, these valleys are just as pretty, if not prettier, than the nearby Dordogne Valley. The area is also less busy! If I had to do it over again, I would spend two days visiting the area, or shorten the guidebook’s proposed drive that I followed in one day.
My guidebook recommended six stops over 100 miles in two days which included Grotte de Pech-Marle, Marcilhac-sur- Célé, Espagnac-Ste.-Eulalie, Figeac, Cajarc, and St.-Cirq-Lapopie. I made four stops in one day after driving 1.5 hours south from Lagraulière to which I returned later. Needless to say, it was long, yet very good day.Continue reading “A Day in the Lot Valley”