LéobardLéobard is a small, almost forgotten, village in the Lot,
In the middle of the village is a strange building, the XII-th century church, and on the other side of the main road that almost literally cuts the community in two, are the remains of a XII-th century abbey. Visits possible by appointment.
The house is an ideal departure point for long or short walks, many of which are well indicated by yellow direction markers. We have a large number of maps at your disposal. You can horse-ride nearby, canoe or kayak on the rivers Dordogne, Célé or Lot. Swimming is possible in lakes, rivers or at the local swimming pool.
The patrimonial history is enormously rich. There are Medieval towns and villages, like Sarlat, Cahors, Rocamadour, Souillac, Domme, Beynac, all well worth a visit, as are the castles and chateaux. There are also Prehistoric caves at Cougnac, Padirac, Pech-Merle, Les Eyzies, Lascaux and others.
If you like good food the gastronomy of the area is superb. Eating out or cooking at home there is a good selection of local produce such as cheeses, wines, trouffles, foi gras, magret de canard, patisseries. We are close to the well known wine-regions of Bergerac, Cahors and Coteaux de Quercy offering a wine for all tastes.