Pont Valentré
Pont Valentré crosses the Lot river in Cahors
Pont Valentré crosses the Lot river in Cahors
The Pont Valentré is a 14th-century six-span fortified stone arch bridge crossing the Lot River in Cahors, France.

Construction began in 1308 and finished in 1378. It opened for use in 1350. A major restoration was performed from 1867 to 1879.

The bridge is classified as a world heritage site. This bridge can only be crossed by foot.

Crossing the bridge is included in our Bordeaux to Montpellier coast to coast ride and in out Dordogne & Lot tours.


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