Sainte-Eulalie is on the right bank of the River Lot and the village is laid out in a succession of arcs around the church square, a church which is a masterpiece of Romanesque and gothic art. In the narrow streets paved with stones from the Lot, the houses date from the 15C to 18C and are lovingly bedecked with flowers by their inhabitants. The mills along the River Serre are a particular feature of the village and bear witness to the former crafts of tanning and drapery which used to use the water for power.

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Information : Tourist Office - Tel : +33 (0)5 65 47 82 68 / Town hall - Tel : +33 (0)5 65 47 44 59

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Must-sees and must-dos

  • The church
  • Workshops demonstrating and exhibiting arts and crafts
  • Musée-Galerie Marcel Boudou (museum and art gallery)
  • A guided tour of the village


  • Abbeys and churches : 11C and 12C church
  • By the waterside : Rivers Lot and Serre
  • Castles and ramparts : Les Curières de Castelnau castle (15C)

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