Between the valleys of the Lot and Garonne Montjoi is a village with half-timbered houses situated on a rocky outcrop with many points of view.
Perched on a rocky outcrop, this delightful Montjoi was founded in the thirteenth century by Alphonse de Poitiers. It is a haven of peace, crossed by small lined elegant house Quercy stone and red brick cobbled streets of the South.
Since the walkway overlooking the surrounding countryside and the valley Séoune, through the door of the fourteenth century Gothic entrance and along the half-timbered houses and overhanging the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, visitors can only fall under the charm of this medieval city.
Capacity : 177 Personnes
GPS coordinates : lat. 44° 11' 47" - long. 0° 55' 10" 44.1965 0.9194
- Drinking water
- Picnic area
- Car park
- Function hall
- Picnic tables
- Temporary exhibitions