Montaigu de Quercy
As if it was hooked to the hill, the village, labellized Green Station Station Verte, is part of the ramparts of the old castle, built at the end of XIIIth century to control the border between the Agenais and the Quercy, the shores of the small Séoune.
Beautiful bourgeois houses can be seen all along the street of the Brothers Quéméré, former shopping artery of the village, up to the place of the hotel of the city and the church of Saint Michel. Some beautiful medieval houses, tightened to the shelter of the castle, are still visible in the Street of the ancient ovens and the street of Coutelets. Below, the place of the fountain and its washhouse are the witnesses of the use of water up to the middle of the 20th century.
The town has eleven churches, of which the most notable are Our Lady of tastes and Saint Pierre of Pervillac, with its mural paintings of the XVth century classified M.H.
Leaflets for the visit of the village and fun brochures for children are available at the tourism office and for download.en téléchargement
Farmers market : On Saturday mornings, Producers market : On Wednesday mornings in July/August