Things to see and do - Saint-Céré
Saint-Céré Travel guide
Saint-Céré : Michelin's recommendations
The St Céré music festival attracts hosts of music lovers, but the quality of its concerts alone does not account for the crowds who flock here. The atmosphere in the old town, its warm harmonious colours, strategic location in the Haut-Quercy, the beauty of the setting and its close connection with the great textile artist Jean Lurçat, whose workshop is open to visitors, all add to its renown.
10 Place De La République F - 46400 Saint-Céré
The Hotel Du Touring offers pleasantly decorated rooms equipped with a private bathroom and free Wi-Fi internet access. Free parking is provided at the Hotel Du Touring, making it easy to explore the Pyrénées region by car. After a fun day sightsee..
Rte de Leyme. F - 46400 SAINT CERE
The hotel Ric welcomes you in a charming setting. It is perched on the hillside and nestled in greenery. A light-coloured dining-room and a decked in bloom terrace open out onto the swimming-pool and the gorgeous panomaric view of the Dordogne valley..
7, av. des Maquis. F - 46400 SAINT CERE
"""A half-timbered house dating back to the 16th century, close to the river and the town centre. A nice-size hotel offering a blend of charm, know-how and professionalism, an ability to welcome guests of many different nationalities, ..
rte de Gramat F - 46400 Saint-Céré
Sunshine galore in this establishment: from the elegant decor and high quality southern produce to the sophisticated service and welcome. The pleasure value is excellent!
av. François-de-Maynard F - 46400 Saint-Céré
Passing through St-Céré? Then head to the restaurant inside the Hôtel de France to get a real taste of Quercy! Shoulder of lamb stuffed with pesto, carpaccio of scallops marinated in ginger and lime... Diners will appreciate the elegant interior with..