Saint Geyrac

The hamlet, with a carefully preserved “lavoir” and Roman Church, is nestled in a strip of the Barade Forest in thepastoral setting of the Saint Geyrac Valley.

The small village of 220 inhabitants which protects and values its rural heritage, yet faces its managed future with the opening of a multiservice meeting point and the creation of a defined Local Planning Strategy.

The welcoming air of relaxation is well suited to picnics and fishing and ,periodically, at tehlocal village fete, there rae adventure games for children including Canoeing; archery and a rope cableway.

From the terrace of the Relais Four Seasons (open every evening except Monday in the season), you can contemplate the calming view along the valley while tasting an excellent pizza. It is a fine spot for a family get-together in a rural setting or a welcome place to put your feet up after a ramble along the village trails.

The commune has established and maintains a network of trails dedicated to hikers, VTT cyclists and horse-riders, through the tranquil chestnut trees and long-established oak trees.

C’est l’occasion de découvrir au détour d’un sentier le château de Montferrier ou tout simplement une construction traditionnelle.

A quelques lieues du Bourg se dressent les ruines du château de l’Herm. Outre la magnificence de la pierre on peut découvrir le fruit des dernières fouilles qui font remonter l’histoire des lieux au delà de 400 ans.

En cet endroit Jacquou le Croquant est encore très présent pour le peu que l’on se prête à rêver