Tours and activities

In Saint-Médard, a charming village nestled in the Lot, you'll discover a myriad of activities to enjoy throughout your stay. Whether you're a horse-riding enthusiast, a history buff or a lover of culinary delights, Saint-Médard has something for everyone.

Start your exploration with an equestrian escapade by visiting the local equestrian center.

You can enjoy horseback rides through the picturesque countryside, offering a unique perspective on the verdant surroundings. Beginners can also try their hand at horseback riding with lessons from experienced instructors.

Lovers of fresh produce and convivial encounters won't want to miss the local markets that regularly take place in Saint-Médard. Stroll through the colorful stalls and discover a multitude of regional products, from locally grown fruit and vegetables to artisanal specialties.

It's the perfect place to sample the authentic flavors of the region and meet the friendly locals.

For a taste of history and architecture, explore the surrounding castles .

Near Saint-Médard, you'll find historic gems such as Château de Castelnau-Bretenoux and Château de Montal. Soak up the majestic atmosphere of these ancient fortresses and let yourself be transported to a bygone era.

Culture lovers will be delighted by the many tours available in the region.

From discovering picturesque villages to visiting local museums, there's so much to see and learn.

Don't miss the opportunity to visit historic sites such as the Abbaye de Marcilhac-sur-Célé or the Musée Champollion, dedicated to the life of the famous Egyptologist Jean-François Champollion.

After a busy day, relax and enjoy one of Saint-Médard's delicious restaurants.

Not-to-be-missed options include "La Table du Quercy" for refined dishes featuring local produce, or "Le Relais des Gourmands" for traditional regional cuisine in a convivial setting.

Come and discover the richness of this region and let yourself be seduced by its authentic charm