The fourth section of the Le Puy Way takes pilgrims from the medieval town of Cahors to the walled hilltop town of Lectoure. This stretch of the Le Puy Camino route crosses the lush valleys along the Lot and Garonne rivers, quaint villages, hamlets and historic towns.The impressive cloisters of the 7th century Romanesque Abbey of Saint Pierre in Moissac are not to be missed. For more information on this section and to book a walking holiday with camioways.com visit www.Caminoways.com

Conques is the starting or finishing point on your Le Puy Camino walking holiday with http//www.caminoways.com Conques has preserved its medieval architecture nearly intact and is one of the most stunning towns of the whole Le Puy Way. The town has been a destination for pilgrims for many centuries, as the Romanesque Abbey has the relics of Sainte Foy. Take at least half a day to wander its quaint cobbled streets, visit the cathedral and admire the magnificent scenery.

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