Santiago de Compostela

Hiking trail GR65

Randonnée pédestre

The GR65, history and legend ...

The gr®65, also called "Track of the Puy" or "via Podensis", is without doubt the best known of the paths to Santiago de Compostela. It begins in Geneva in Switzerland and joins the col of Roncesvalles in Spain (Presentation of the GR on Crossing  the Midi-Pyrénées it goes through Aubrac, Conques, Figeac, Cahors, Lauzerte and Moissac, then to Lectoure, Condom, Eauze and Nogaro in the Gers.

From the high plateau of the Aubrac, it winds through bucolic and charming countries. This eclectic path delights by its diversity.

The GR65 from Montlauzun to Durfort Lacapelette

There are free drinking water points in  Montlauzun, Lauzerte (places called Raussou, Auléry, village), Saint Sernin, Durfort Lacapelette.


Public toilets in Montlauzun, Lauzerte

religious services:

Lauzerte: mass on Sunday at 11h, in the Church of St Bartholomew

Rectory 05 63 94 65 45



The Tourism Office delivers the stamp of Lauzerte for the book of the pilgrim (get credentials from  the church, or  from  a secular association).