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Le sentier découverte dans le Limargue

in Issepts

10.0 km
2h 30min
Easy
  • The fields, hedges and pastures of the Limargue stretch from North to South of the Lot, from the Corrèze to the borders of the Aveyron.
    Carefully restored, the village centre has some very fine vestiges of mediaeval architecture. The Saint Médard Chapel is a small 11th C. Romanesque church, once a priory belonging to the Abbey of Figeac. Restructured several times over the last centuries, it has some architectural gems, including the façade rising in symmetrical steps to the summit. The...
    The fields, hedges and pastures of the Limargue stretch from North to South of the Lot, from the Corrèze to the borders of the Aveyron.
    Carefully restored, the village centre has some very fine vestiges of mediaeval architecture. The Saint Médard Chapel is a small 11th C. Romanesque church, once a priory belonging to the Abbey of Figeac. Restructured several times over the last centuries, it has some architectural gems, including the façade rising in symmetrical steps to the summit. The church has a single nave with a semi-circular apse with a quarter-dome vault. The nave was simply covered with a timber frame roof before being vaulted in 1830.