Between Aumont-Aubrac and Figeac, the Chemin de Saint-Jacques passes though three of France’s most beautiful villages. The first of these is Saint-Côme-d’Olt which, if you are following my suggested itinerary, you’ll reach around lunch time on the third day of walking.
Call in to the Tourist Office and ask for a map of the village. Many of the highlights are located a block or two from the GR 65 path and are easily missed as you pass through.
What will you see as you wander around Saint-Côme-d’Olt?
Which long-distance walk visits Saint-Côme-d’Olt?
Where is it? Find it on Google maps
Distance from the previous village of Saint-Chély-d’Aubrac: 16 kilometres (10 miles)
Accommodation is available at:
Les Jardins d’Elaine
Communal del Romiou
Espace Angèle Merici