CAMPSITE BETWEEN LOT AND DORDOGNE

Our gourmet partners of the Lot

The Roulotte Glacée in Tédirac

Julie Iglesia grows and harvests her own fruits and flowers to produce her certified organic ice creams.
It offers original perfumes. In autumn and winter blackberry, chocolate sorbet, chestnut, hazelnut, vanilla or walnuts. During spring and summer, elderflowers, vine peach, aquatic mint, lemon basil or strawberry-mint.

Photo above © Lot Tourism – C. Novello

Ice trailer in the Lot

The Douce Abeille in Labio, near Gourdon in the Lot

Olivier and Lies Carel are beekeepers and honey producers in Organic Beekeeping Conversion.
Their bees and hives are all year round transhumance from Montpellier to the north of the Lot to enjoy maples, lime trees, acacias, chestnut trees, sunflowers as well as seasonal flowers. They also offer other products such as hazelnut cream, pollen and propolis.

More information about the Douce Abeille in Labio: https://ladouceabeille.jimdofree.com/

The wines of Mas Lévigné in Maxou, near Cahors in the Lot

Gérard and Julien Chastagnol are producers of “vins vivants” (lively wines). On their winery, they practice peasant agriculture, respecting the environment. Labelled organically grown and in conversion to biodynamic agriculture, this small 3-hectare estate produces white wines made from Sauvignon and Chardonnay. The reds are produced with Merlot and Roussanne.
Sale at the winery by appointment.

More information about Mas Lévigné wines: http://maslevigne.com/

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Made in Moi-Même in Jacouty in the Lot

Leïla Bourad grows organic fruits and flowers to produce her jams, compotes and syrups.
It offers original fragrances: rhubarb, raspberry, elderflower, cynorodon or hip, quince, rosemary, plum, mint, etc.

Borie Farm, place called Siffray in Catus in the Lot

Ghislaine Borie is a craft producer of foie gras, candied pâtés and ready meals such as cassoulet or candied duck legs.
Animals are free-bred with a food without GMOs, organic, preservatives or dyes.
The land is cultivated without chemical fertilizers or pesticides.

Farm visits and tastings in July and August around 5pm. By appointment.
The shop is open all year round.

More information about Borie Farm in Catus: https://www.lafermedeborie.com/

Borie Farm