Remarkable sites on the Guyenne-Gascony Cluniac route


Remarkable sites along the Cluniac Guyenne-Gascony route

Beyond the Cluniac sites such as Moissac, Saint-Maurin, Moirax and Layrac, the path crosses a great variety of landscapes and natural spaces while connecting many cities and villages of historic interest.

Photographies: Franck Alary Photographie©

From the confluence of the Tarn and the Garonne to the Agenais through the hills of the Bas Quercy and the Pays de Serres, you will walk through outstanding natural settings offering magnificent landscapes and viewpoints.
Bastides, chateaux, abbeys, cloisters, churches, chapels, mills and wash houses punctuate the path and are all traces of the region’s rich history.

Discover the detailed information sheets of the main remarkable sites of the path!


In Aubiac, discover the romanesque church Ste Marie built in the 9th and 10th centuries, the castle (14th century) and the mills!

Photo aubiac le château


Located on the ancient Roman road known as “la Clermontoise”, which ran from Bordeaux to Lyon, the city of Castelsagrat had to undergo great invasions until the end of the Middle Ages. The discovery of a Visigothic tomb proves the occupation of the land in the 5th and 6th centuries by the Visigoths ...

photo castelsagrat


A village that has existed since antiquity according to some archaeological evidence, Moirax was a stopover for pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela during the Middle Ages. In the 11th century, in 1049, one of the first Cluniac abbeys was founded here.
It became the Cluniac priory of Sainte-Marie and its church is now dedicated to Notre-Dame de Moirax.

Photo Eglise Notre Dame du prieuré de Moirax