Le Quercy Blanc

This magnificent region inspired Nino Ferrer's song "Le Sud". Known as the little Tuscany, this corner of paradise is made up of gently rolling limestone hills.

The villages

The estate is 10 minutes from two charming villages: Montcuq, an artist's village with a medieval keep and a lake, and Castelnau, a charming bastide with a Byzantine-style church. In Saint-Alauzie, the Boisse windmill is the pride of the inhabitants.
Cahors is less than 30 minutes away by car and has a magnificent indoor and outdoor market. The red brick buildings in the old town centre are splendid. 

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The Gastronomy

The many markets and farms in the area allow you to discover a region rich in flavours: Quercy melons, saffron, Chasselas de Moissac, Lauzerte macaroons, black truffles from the mythical truffle market of Lalbenque, Rocamadour without forgetting the wine of Cahors!

Outdoor activities

Come and enjoy hiking, cycling, canoeing... 

Local knowledge

The region is rich in local knowledge and crafts, particularly in dry stone work.

Caussade, a renowned hat-making town, is well worth a visit. We invite you to visit the Crambres factory, an Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Company) which manufactures hats and caps for some of the greatest luxury brands.