The fourth section of the Le Puy Way, or Via Podiensis, takes pilgrims from the medieval city of Cahors to the walled hilltop town of Lectoure.
This stretch of the Le Puy Camino route crosses the lush valleys of the Lot and Garonne rivers; and you will be also passing quaint little villages, peaceful hamlets and historic towns with plenty to see and taste! The impressive cloisters of the 7th century Romanesque Abbey of Saint Pierre in Moissac are not to be missed. Once you reach charming Lectoure, we recommend you treat yourself to the most scrumptious foie gras, a regional delicacy; as well as the classic soufflé made with local Armagnac brandy.
Sample Cahors' famous 'black wine' with Causses blue cheese
Climb the stone stairs to Pech d'Angely for great views of the Lot valley
Spot St James in the spectacular cloister of Saint Pierre Abbey in Moissac
Feel like a medieval pilgrim in the pretty village of Montcuq
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