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The charming village of Cabara is located on the left bank of the Dordogne. It was an active port where fishermen thronged. Today he lives in the calm and beauty of the river.

On the hillsides, you can see the Château de Blagnac, remodeled in the XNUMXth century, whose lords exercised their jurisdiction over the surrounding parishes in the Middle Ages (this château, which is private property, is not open to visit).

In Haut Cabara there is a remarkable cemetery cross which dates back to the XNUMXth century. It used to stand in front of the village's Romanesque church (destroyed at the end of the XNUMXth century). At the same time, a new parish church was built in Lower Cabara. Dedicated to Notre-Dame, it was designed in the neo-Gothic style.

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Gabariers loop

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4,3 km [{"mode_locomotion": "on foot", "time": "1h25", "difficulty": "Easy"}] 66 D + 62 D-
Add to favorites list [ Les samedis de Cabara ]Conférence « Une brève histoire de l’identité bretonne »

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