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Heritage
The omnipresent Bessède Forest dictates the economic and tourist activities of the commune. A climb through the forest along the hiking trail described below, reveals all the small heritage of bridges, wells, dovecotes, crosses and stone-roofed cabins to be found in, and on the edges of, the Bessède.
 

 

The village centre church is also an interesting feature of local heritage as, despite undergoing successive restoration work, the original bell tower has been preserved.

Hiking Trail

From the information board climb towards the village and church of Bouillac, following directions to « Fromental-Cadouin ».
Length : 10km
Time : On foot : 3h20 / By mountain- bike : 1h30

A GR Registered Hiking Trail also crosses Bouillac, coming from St Avit Rivière and heading towards St Pardoux.