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Igor Coppus
76 Rue De La Fontbotte



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Welcome to Auberge de Carlucet, a charming establishment nestled in the picturesque Causse Natural Park, just a short distance from the renowned Rocamadour. Andrea and Igor extend a warm invitation to experience their delightful restaurant and bed and breakfast.

At the Auberge, you will indulge in mouthwatering, traditional cuisine prepared with the finest local and seasonal ingredients. Served in a family-style setting, these authentic dishes can be enjoyed on our lovely terrace or in the tranquil garden, offering stunning views of the Causse.

Our comfortable chambre d'hôte features a spacious living room, two bedrooms with luxurious king-size beds, a well-appointed bathroom with a relaxing bath, a separate entrance, a private terrace, and convenient parking facilities.

In the evenings, make the most of the Triangle Noir du Quercy region, where you can marvel at one of the most pristine night skies in France.

For motorcycle enthusiasts, we provide various tourist routes that start and end at the Auberge. Additionally, electric bikes are available for hire, allowing you to explore the region comfortably. Ample parking is provided right in front of the Auberge.

Please note that from November to April, the hostel operates from Friday to Monday. From April onwards, the hostel is open from Thursday to Monday, from 9 am to 10 pm. Our multilingual staff is fluent in German, English, French, Dutch, and Russian, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable stay.

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This charming bed and breakfast offers a spacious living area, two comfortable bedrooms with luxurious king-size beds, a well-appointed bathroom with a relaxing bathtub, a private entrance, a delightful terrace, and convenient private parking.


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Notes: Half-board; dinner - overnight - breakfast: 65,- euros P.P.


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  • Grotte du Pech-Merle: Located approximately 12 kilometers away from Carlucet, Grotte du Pech-Merle is a prehistoric cave known for its well-preserved cave paintings. Visitors can explore the underground chambers and admire the ancient artwork dating back over 20,000 years.
  • Château de Bonaguil: Situated about 30 kilometers from Carlucet, Château de Bonaguil is a stunning medieval fortress that offers a fascinating glimpse into the past. This well-preserved castle features impressive architecture, a moat, and extensive grounds to explore.
  • Rocamadour: Located around 35 kilometers from Carlucet, Rocamadour is a picturesque village perched on the side of a cliff. It is famous for its historical and religious significance, including the Sanctuary of Rocamadour and the Notre-Dame Chapel. Visitors can also enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Gouffre de Padirac: Situated approximately 40 kilometers from Carlucet, Gouffre de Padirac is an extraordinary natural wonder. It is a massive underground cave system that can be explored by boat or on foot. The highlight of the visit is a breathtaking descent into the depths of the cave via a large sinkhole.
  • Cahors: Located about 40 kilometers away from Carlucet, Cahors is a charming town renowned for its medieval architecture and historical sites. The iconic Pont Valentré, a fortified stone bridge spanning the Lot River, is a must-see attraction. Visitors can also explore the medieval old town and visit the Cahors Cathedral.
  • Montcuq: Situated around 45 kilometers from Carlucet, Montcuq is a quaint village known for its medieval charm and picturesque setting. The highlight of the town is the 13th-century tower, Tour du Montcuq, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Saint-Cirq-Lapopie: Located approximately 55 kilometers away from Carlucet, Saint-Cirq-Lapopie is a medieval village perched high above the Lot River. It is classified as one of the "Most Beautiful Villages in France" and offers stunning views, narrow streets lined with historic buildings, and art galleries showcasing local craftsmanship. These tourist attractions near Carlucet offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring ancient cave paintings and medieval castles to immersing yourself in the beauty of picturesque villages and natural wonders.