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Le Vigan en Quercy - Le Rêve - Tournesol

Le Vigan en Quercy

Le Vigan en Quercy is a pretty little town that has managed to keep its economic dynamism with local shops and services. We’re situated on the hills just a few kilometres from the village: we recommend that you cycle there from our small, family campsite. Try out our electric bikes, you won’t regret it on the way back!

A nice lively village in Le Lot


Driving to the campsite along A20 and exiting at “Gourdon” (exit 56), you’ll follow a beautiful winding road to the village of “Le Vigan”. Before the village you’ll pass the “lac vert” on your right. The 5ha body of water is great for carp fishing. You can stroll on the banks and enjoy the serenity of the place. To get to us, you’ll have to make the right turn, if you go straight, you’ll get to the center of the village.

Enjoy the small shops in our village


The village (1500 inhabitants) is very lively ; you’ll find all kinds of shops : bakery-pastry, butcher, grocery shop, newspapers and tobacco but also a few restaurants open all year long. The post office is also open every morning. In case you need medical attention, you’ll also find a doctor, nurse, veterinary and pharmacist. And if you’re looking for a little pampering at a beauty salon, you’ll find that too !

And don’t forget the cultural events on offer, as Le Vigan has a large auditorium with a wide range of events on the programme. And don’t forget the night market every Tuesday in summer, starting at 5.30pm!

A village with a long history


There is a lot of history in Le Vigan, and an old one too! Its ancient name was “Carbonnac”, a testimony to its gallo-roman origin. At the time, the “ac” suffix would signify its belonging to a single person. The richest romans would build villas in the countryside and name them after themselves.


Built in the XIIIth century, the “Notre Dame de l’Assomption” abbey shows the flourishing of gothic art in the region. The church was one of the richest in the diocese of Cahors before its decline during the 100 year war and the religious strife. You’ll find more information in your tourist guidebook. Enter the church and admire its nave and tabernacle.

A welcoming village for hikers


Le Vigan is part of the GR® trail network; GR® 64 from Rocamadour to Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil passes the magnificent village of Domme (named one of the most beautiful villages in France), and GR® 652 goes from Rocamadour to Agen.

Our small, quiet, natural campsite offers walkers and cyclists who pass through our village the chance to make a stopover on their journey, with a gentle offer for cyclists and walkers.

Come and discover