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Lebas Serge
Puy l'Evèque


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Discover two cozy chalets, each measuring 40m². These identical chalets boast a comfortable bedroom, a modern bathroom with a refreshing shower, and a separate toilet. The spacious living room includes a fully equipped kitchen, a dining table for shared meals, a plush sofa bed, and two practical stacked beds. Additionally, you can indulge in the refreshing waters of the 14 x 6m swimming pool.


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Review by: Sauvaget, Sep 12 2017 7:48PM
Une semaine au top dans un gîte au calme avec des Propriétaires charmants. Tres bon acceuil. Environnement superbe. On a hâte d'y retourner.

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To reach your destination, follow the route from Cahors to Puy l’Evèque via Martignac. Once you exit Martignac, you will come across a small electric plant. Take a right turn and continue for 400m until you reach the wooded area. Take a left turn and proceed for 200m until you arrive at the property, which will be identifiable by a large cypress hedge.



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  • Château de Bonaguil: Located just outside of Martignac, Château de Bonaguil is a stunning medieval fortress dating back to the 13th century. It is one of the last well-preserved castles from the Middle Ages and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Cahors Cathedral: Situated in the nearby town of Cahors, Cahors Cathedral is a magnificent Romanesque cathedral dating back to the 11th century. It is known for its stunning stained glass windows and imposing architecture, making it a must-visit for history and art enthusiasts.
  • Pech Merle Cave: Located in Cabrerets, a short distance from Puy l'Evèque, Pech Merle Cave is a prehistoric cave famous for its well-preserved cave paintings. Visitors can take guided tours to explore the awe-inspiring artwork dating back over 25,000 years.
  • Pont Valentré: Also situated in Cahors, Pont Valentré is an iconic medieval bridge spanning the Lot River. This UNESCO World Heritage site is known for its unique design and impressive medieval defense towers, making it a popular spot for photography and scenic walks.
  • Château de Cenevières: Located near Puy l'Evèque, Château de Cenevières is a stunning Renaissance castle perched on a rocky outcrop above the Lot River. Visitors can explore the castle's beautifully preserved rooms, terraced gardens, and enjoy panoramic views of the river valley.
  • Saint-Cirq-Lapopie: A picturesque village overlooking the Lot River, Saint-Cirq-Lapopie is often considered one of the most beautiful villages in France. Its well-preserved medieval architecture, charming streets, and panoramic views make it a favorite destination for artists and nature lovers.
  • Les Jardins de Marqueyssac: Located near the town of Vézac, Les Jardins de Marqueyssac is a stunning garden complex featuring meticulously manicured boxwood hedges, winding paths, and breathtaking views of the Dordogne Valley. It is a perfect spot for a peaceful stroll or a picnic.
  • Château de Beynac: Situated in the Dordogne Valley, Château de Beynac is a medieval fortress perched on a cliff overlooking the village of Beynac-et-Cazenac. With its impressive architecture and historical significance, the castle offers a captivating glimpse into the region's rich history.
  • Grotte du Pech-Merle: Another fascinating cave system in Cabrerets, Grotte du Pech-Merle showcases remarkable prehistoric cave paintings and intricate geological formations. Guided tours offer visitors a chance to explore the underground wonders and learn about the cave's fascinating history. 10. Château de Castelnaud: Located near Beynac-et-Cazenac, Château de Castelnaud is a medieval fortress that now houses a museum dedicated to medieval warfare. Visitors can explore the castle, admire its impressive collection of armor and weapons, and enjoy panoramic views of the Dordogne River. These attractions near Martignac, Puy l'Evèque, offer a diverse range of historical, cultural, and natural wonders, ensuring a memorable visit to the region.

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