Stock Photo - France-Midi Pyrénnées-Lot- Cardaillac is a commune in the Lot department in south-western France. It is located 9 km 5 6 mi northwest of Figeac. The village is located on the edge of the Limargue -a rich agricultural region- and Ségala, a poor rye- and chestnut-producing region. It has a rich medieval history and has been officially listed as one of the ´most beautiful French villages´. A stronghold was built on a rocky promontory above Cardaillac from 1064 at the orders of Hugo, lord of Cardaillac. Today only three towers remain, dating from the thirteenth century. In 1188 it was attacked by Richard the Lionheart soon before his accession to the throne.

Stock Photo: France-Midi Pyrénnées-Lot- Cardaillac is a commune in the Lot department in south-western France. It is located 9 km 5 6 mi northwest of Figeac.

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