Unforgettable memories await you in Entraygues, an ancient city framed by the Lot and Truyère rivers. Meander along its timeless alleyways or admire some of the remarkable 15th and 16th century half-timbered houses as well as its 13th century bridges. No matter which route you take to get here, your journey will always be remembered fondly with each step through this enchanting town.
This idyllic municipality continues to embrace its storied past, with homes from the 15th and 17th centuries – some decorated with timber frames and corbeling – still standing tall in juxtaposition with the Tour de Ville of the 19th century which weaves snugly against a sturdy historic wall.
St George’s Church, built at the end of the 19th century, is a grand yet simple structure. Within its magnificence lies an altar to the Virgin Mary embellished with a memorial plaque honoring Déodat de Laparra; revered patron saint and esteemed benefactor of Entraygues.