Vers

Route to Vers

Route to Vers

The target for today was an aire in the old town of Cahors. However we discovered that the aire we were heading for had only three spaces, and as we approached Cahors in the late afternoon it seemed very busy so we diverted to the village of Vers which is about 8 miles upriver of Cahors on the River Lot. After a couple of wrong turns…the sat nav went on strike at just the wrong moment…we found our way to the aire at Vers. We parked on an old tennis court here.

Mavis on the Aire at Vers

Mavis on the Aire at Vers

Vers Station

Vers Station

This aire is on the site of an old station. There were 3 or 4 other motorhomes here and we were charged €5 for the night…they stop charging at the end of October. Not bad for a peaceful night close to the river, with a couple of loos thrown in.

The Lot

The Lot

Evening Sun on the Limestone Cliffs of the Lot Valley

Evening Sun on the Limestone Cliffs of the Lot Valley

Bridge over the Lot

Bridge over the Lot

One of the tributaries of the Lot, running through Vers.

One of the tributaries of the Lot, running through Vers.

This was a good stop with walks along the river and the pretty village of Vers just on the doorstep. We were just using the aire as a night halt though, en route to a rendezvous with our friends close to Narbonne.

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