Lacourt‑Saint‑Pierre

City of the Grand Montauban
Along the Montech canal, discover this charming town bordered by lush greenery reminiscent of the hues of the Agre forest.
Stick or handlebars in hand, treat yourself to a restful stopover and stroll through this setting, where nature combines as you wish.

Did you know ?

At the heart of the village, with its facade pierced with 3 bells, the church is a simple testament to the devotion granted to the patron saint of the parish, Saint Peter, whose statue it houses.

Our advice? Pay attention to the architectural curiosities that surround you! While strolling, you might see an old “haunted” house, dear to the Lacourtois …

The history of the village begins in the 11th century.

On the margins of the immense forest of Agre, clearing work carried out by the abbey of Montauriol resulted in the construction of two churches. That of Saint-Pierre and that of Saint-Martial.

The churches were destroyed during the Wars of Religion and that of Saint-Pierre was rebuilt in the following century.

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