Saint‑Nauphary

City of the Grand Montauban
Built on both banks of the Tescou river, the village blends with the green hillsides of Monclar.
Its multitude of woods, groves, grassy valleys and flowering crops, draw it a natural setting and give it the character of a village where life is good.

Did you know ?

The parish of Saint-Nauphary was initially dedicated to a Saint of the diocese of Cahors, whose name is of Germanic origin: Léobafar or Léofaire.

It is only subsequently that it will be placed under the name of the apostle Saint Barnabas.

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