If you’d like to visit a true medieval town, take a trip to Loubressac, in the Lot region of southwestern France. It has been named one of the most beautiful villages in France due to its setting on top of a rocky hilltop overlooking the Dordogne, Cere, and Bave Valleys. As you approach the medieval center, notice the uniform appearance of the castle, the church, and the old houses that all share the same reddish-brown tiled roofs atop their Quercy stone walls. Climb atop the city’s medieval walls for an unforgettable view of the surrounding countryside.
When you come down from the hilltop, you’ll probably want to get closer to some of what you saw. Ask at your EasyToBook.com budget hotel for directions to one of four local chateaux – Turenne, Castelnau, Montal, or Saint-Laurent. Take a trip to the village of Saint-Cere, another lovely neighboring village. Then return to Loubressac for a stroll through winding lanes with intricately designed staircases and balconies encouraging you to explore.
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