Cordes-Tolosannes
panoramic view on the Quercy hills

Cordes-Tolosannes is a bastide (a walled town) founded in 1270 by Alphonse de Poitiers, overlooking the valley of the Garonne

Eglise Cordes Tolosannes

In 1182, the Bishop of Toulouse gifted the Abbey of Belleperche with the church of Cordes. At that time, the name of Cordes (Cordua) appears and Belleperche becomes the owner.

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TO SEE / TO DO

  1. Panoramic view over the Quercy hills and the Massif Central foothills, with an orientation table
  2. The Cistercian Abbey of Belleperche
  3. The monks’ fountain
  4. The Theoul Mill and its Gallo Roman bridge
  5. Gathering of Occitan singing
  6. Apple Festival

CONTACT / WEB LINKS

Cordes-Tolosannes Town-hall
Le Bourg
82700 CORDES-TOLOSANNES

GPS location : lat. 43.9854 - long. 1.14978
05 63 95 64 22
www.cordes-tolosannes.fr