The lovely small village of Condat, situated at a the confluent of the Lot and the Thèze rivers. The Napoléon bridget steps over this river which used to have an important part in the local economy. Have a walk in the village which used to be an important relay for fluvial activity. The flour and paper mills still here, are today used for accommodation. The Saint-Hyppolite church, rebuilt after the Hundred Years War, reused parts of the original Roman Church. To discover the hand-craft tile factory, ask the Tourist Office Fumel-Vallée du Lot.