Durfort-Lacapelette is a rural community between the hills of the lower Quercy and the plain of the Tarn-et-Garonne.
On the sunny hillsides, the famous golden Chasselas Grape grew and made the fortune of the village in the 60s. This culture in decline now tends to be replaced by a diversity of crops.
Seat of the illustrious Durfort family, its castle and keep were destroyed in 1213 by Simon de Monfort. You will find calm, peace and rest in this bucolic environment. There is no church in the village but you will find 5 in the surrounding hamlets
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TO SEE / TO DO
- Hiking route and the Camino de Santiago de Compostela
- 5 churches in the neighbouring hamlets (Saint Hubert’s church, Saint Paul des Bruges, Saint Simplice, Saint Martin de Montaure, Saint Hilaire)
- Bio and Polyculture Farms and Chasselas Grape Vine