Cahors, tourism sites in the Prefecture of Lot Midi-Pyrénées, it is famous for the wine produced in its vineyards. The symbol of the city remains the Valentré bridge window frames from 1308 to 1378 with its three towers and six arches, it is classified since 1998 as World Heritage by UNESCO. Two and many buildings date back to medieval times as the Barbican that could protect the door of the bar, St. Stephen's Cathedral, Saint Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, the tower of hung ... The city does not miss assets to seduce you! A beautiful medieval city, capital of Quercy, she was always coveted for its hills and its natural wealth. Cahors has seen many conquerors to the point that the currency of its inhabitants became SEM Caors, Avem not paur meaning: We are Cahors, we have no fear. Things to see and do in Cahors Coveted since time immemorial, by Romans, Celts, Gauls, francs, English & hellip; Cahors inherited many monuments and sites bearing witness to its rich history. You will have understood, the majority of monuments in Cahors were designed to protect. Emblem of Cahors, the Valentré Bridge or the Devil's Bridge, the only bridge with three towers fortified in the world dating from the fourteenth century is situated on the road from Le Puy pilgrim route to St Jacques de Compostela. C & r