Little remains of St-Cirq's fortress, witness to sieges during the Hundred Years War, the Wars of Religion and long before. The crumbling walls still provide a dramatic viewpoint over the valley and village, making …
Eclectic collection of French furniture, African and Chinese art, and rotating exhibitions. Delightful garden.
St-Cirq’s top table offers an enormous menu, ranging from nougat de porc (pork medallions) to country cassoulet. Escape to the little patio to catch evening rays setting over town.
The belfry and accompanying turret of this simple 16th-century church, dedicated to Saint Cyr, rise above the village.
Dig into simple platters of cheese, meats and salads under a grape-covered pergola at this quick and casual place.