- Along the way, there are numerous reminders of the Gallo-Roman era : a bridge, archaeological vestiges.. At La Font Fraîche where once the spring used to provide Bagnac with water, the arches and hump-backed form of the mediaeval bridge suggest it was built in the 13th or 14th C. At the entrance stands the "headless lion" stone statue. The track towards Le Caffol, lined with majestic oaks, invites the autumn rambler to go picking distinctive-smelling ceps. On the hilltop, your eye is drawn to the fine village of Billoux, with its cluster of houses and fine mansion house. Typical peasant hamlets are dotted along the route : Lauzeral, les Gâches, and Pempeu with its 19th C. porch.
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