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 Les Arques



When you cook in an old school, you have to have good marks: after a year spent at the helm of Gindreau in Saint-Médard Catus, Pascal Bardet obtained his first Michelin star. In 2017, he obtained a second Michelin star!



In the heart of a charming Périgord village, a friendly table preceded by a large terrace. Here, the chef - a child of the country - makes it a point of honor to promote the products of his region.



An old municipal school from the interwar period transformed into a restaurant a few kilometers from Ginaillac


  • Musée Zadkine 

Inaugurated in 1988, the Zadkine museum was born from a partnership between the Lot Department, the City of Paris, legatee of the works, and the village of Arques.

  • Pont Valentré

Remarkable testimony of medieval architecture, the Valentré bridge is classified as a Historic Monument and registered since 1998 on the UNESCO World Heritage list as part of the Routes of Santiago de Compostela.

  • Cathédrale Saint-Etienne        La Cathédrale Saint-Etienne de Cahors  est le plus large édifice à file de coupoles du Sud-Ouest de la France.

  • Domme

In the south-east of the Dordogne department, in the Périgord Noir, the commune of Domme is, bordered to the north by the Dordogne which forms an important meander, the "Montfort pin". It is part of the association Les Plus Beaux Villages de France.

  • Rocamadour 

Rocamadour is located in the Dordogne Valley: The sacred city is clinging to the cliff in a superposition of houses and chapels.

  • Sarlat

Sarlat, a large medieval abbey, became a prosperous city from medieval times. The embellishment of the Renaissance largely gives it its current character.

  • Grottes de Cougnac

Discovered in 1949 and 1952, the two caves are characterized by a prodigious mineral vegetation surrounding authentic prehistoric paintings.

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