Saint-Nauphary occupies a beautiful portion of the slopes of Monclar, whose rugged terrain presents diverse landscapes of woods, groves, valleys and cultures.
The town is divided in two by the river Tescou.
The parish of Saint-Nauphary was originally dedicated to a Saint of the diocese of Cahors, whose name is of Germanic origin: Léobafar or Léofaire.
She was later placed under the patronage of the Apostle St. Barnabas.
Saint-Nauphary is a village that is always more welcoming with its weekly Sunday morning market, which allows you to find yourself in a beautifully landscaped place, and create many exchanges.