Lacapelle-Cabanac is a small commune located in the Occitanie region of South West France. It is situated in the department of the Lot, which is known for its meandering river(which it takes its name from) picturesque landscapes, charming villages, historical sites & its Cahors wine.

The region, including Lacapelle-Cabanac, is steeped in history. It has a rich heritage with ancient buildings, traditional architecture, and a sense of timeless charm.

Rural but not remote we are 5 minutes by car to local shops, markets, cafes & bars. Bigger supermarkets are 15 minutes drive.

There is something for everyone. Visitors come to explore the beautiful countryside, picturesque villages, historical sites, wine tasting in the many chateaux, exploring the local markets & gastronomy & natural wonders like the River Lot.

Activities include walking along the many marked trails, cycling(follow the Tour de France route of 22 or a vinyard tour ), horse riding, swimming in the local lakes, watersports, fishing, nature spotting & the dark night skies make for amazing star gazing. But above all, come to relax, switch off & recharge in this beautiful peaceful setting.

Given our location we can arrange horse riding, bike hire(inc. electric), paddleboard or kayak hire(seasonal) & fishing.(with picnics).

Places of interest

A 15 minute drive will take you to the hilltop village of Belaye, with its breathtaking views over the Lot valley, acres of vineyards & the river. Take a picnic or enjoy drinks & tapas at the Couvent Bar with live music at the weekend.

Throughout summer every village & town hosts a Marche Gourmand, which is a night food market & a celebration of local produce, cuisine, wines & artisan beers. With long communal tables set out in the market place or field surrounded by food & wine stands and a 80’s disco to finish it off, experience life the French way!

The pretty Bastide town of Tournon-d’Agenais sits perched on the hillside with its panoramic views. Fabulous flower festival in May & Marches Gourmands throughout the summer season.

Puy-l’Eveque is only 10 minutes drive with its impressive historical buildings, bars & restaurants and river activities.

Prayssac is a bustling market town, which takes place on a Friday morning, is 20 minutes drive away and has many restaurant’s & bars.

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