key-words that describe our site best are: tranquillity, nature,
privacy and comfort.
46160 Calvignac, France
Telefoon: 00 33(0)5 65 21 99 65
Blanc is situated in France's Quercy region.
The greater part the Quercy lies within the Lot département,
most of which was made into a nature park in 1999.
It’s a very special area: a rough, hilly and almost
entirely wooded plateau of limestone, through which the river
Lot and its contributing streams Célé and Vers,
have eroded deep gorges.
its beauty, the Quercy is not overrun by tourists, and
even in France it is known as the forgotten district. It
is the perfect place for nature lovers.
There is a very wide network of footpaths and there are lots
possibilities for horse riding.
Pech Blanc is only 1.5 miles away from one of the most important
and well-known footpaths, the GR 65 that leads all the way to Santiago de Compostella
in Spain. It is situated directly on several regional paths, one of which goes on a circular
route from Cénevière through Calvignac. There are many discoveries to be made while touring
the Quercy by car or (motor)cycle.
Special sites are worth a visit, and there are lots of things
have found the people in the Quercy to be very hospitable
climate is very pleasant; a bit warmer than in the Dordogne
to the north-west of the Quercy. Temperatures in the months
of April, May, June and September through October generally
vary between 20 and 25 degrees
In summer it is warmer.
Pech Blanc (which means White Summit) is the name of a hamlet that consists of 4 traditional farmhouses.
Our chambre d’hôte Pech Blanc, one of these farmhouses (Mas), was built in 1840.
Our gîte is one of the other former farmhouses, fully detached en built in the period between 1630 and 1766.
At Pech Blanc you can fully relax and enjoy nature in an accommodation that could be caracterised as « luxury in sobriety ».
We offer a spacious guestroom with all necessary facilities in a specially for that purpose renovated barn and
A holiday-house with caracter with 2 bedrooms for 1 – 4 persons on its own private plot enclosed by dry stone walls.