This unspoilt area of France offers a wide range of activities for every age group. There are mountains, valleys, rivers lakes and forests for those who enjoy walking, climbing, swimming or canoeing and for those who are interested in history or architecture, there are many ancient villages, churches and chateaux, as well as the caves and pre-history museums of nearby Lascaux and Les Eyzies. There are numerous vineyards throughout the Cahors region and some may wish to travel further afield to those of Bergerac, Ste Foix or even Bordeaux. During the summer months, many towns and villages hold fairs and festivals, including a celebration of medieval life at nearby Gourdon, a blues festival at Cahors and jazz at Souillac.
- Le Vigan
- Les Arques
- Cabrerets: Musee de prehistoire
- Cahors: Musee de la Resistance
- Saint Pierre-Toirac-Bas: Musee rural d'autrefois Quercynois
- Sauliac-sur-Cele: Musee Departementale de Cuzals
- Souillac: Musee de l'Automate
- Rocamadour: La Borie d'Imbert et sa maison de Justine
- Cabrerets: Grottes du Pech Merle
- Gourdon: Grottes de Cougnac
- Padirac: Gouffres de Padirac
- Rocamadour: Grottes de Merveilles
- Cahors: Archipel de Cahors
- Souillac: Quercyland
- Lacave: Préhistologia parc préhistorique
- Pradines: Cap Nature
There are many local markets throughout the region. Full details of all the markets in the Lot can be found here.
These are the nearest markets to Thédirac.
- Cahors: Wednesday and Saturday
- Catus: Tuesday am
- Cazals: Sunday am
- Espere: Sunday am
- Gourdon: Tuesday am, Wednesday am and Saturday all day
- Salviac: Tuesday am and Friday am
- Cahors, Luzech, Bouzies
- Figeac: fishing, pedaloes, boating, canoeing;
- Nearby: swimming pool, wave pool, waterslide, paddling pool.