The gorgeous town of Turenne, with its cobbled streets, and honey colored stone houses, is a medieval wonderland. Nestled up the side of the hill, a walk up the streets will lead you the ruins of fortress at the hilltop, its majesty still undiminished. Equally enchanting is the collegiate church, with its gilded altar and bell tower. The main square is alive with the bustle of restaurants and cafes, adding a touch of modernity to this ancient city.
Perched atop a hill overlooking the valleys which unfurl around it, Loubressac is a picture-perfect village which invites visitors to linger in its idyllic environs. A stroll through the commune reveals the presence of age-old medieval structures which still retain their old-world charm. The time-honored Église Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Loubressac can be admired here.
Autoire is fondly called the Petit Versailles by the noble families residing in the hillside village, owing to Renaissance era stone architecture which is very similar to Versailles. The honey colored houses made of stone, along with the cobbled streets, creates a wonderful aesthetic effect, with the village's Romanesque church acting as the major attraction. A famous waterfall above the village is also worth exploring and delights avid hikers.