Lherm is an historic village located in the Lot (46) department in the south-west
of France. The Lot is a department situated to the east of the Dordogne in the north
of the Midi-Pyrenees region. The department’s main town is Cahors which is 20km away.
Peace & Tranquility - Lherm is within easy reach of many of the main centres and
tourist attractions of this part of France and yet is off the beaten track.
Lherm is one of the 17 communes that make up the “Communauté de Communes de Catus”.
It has 230 inhabitants and the village covers an area of 1,347 hectares. The village
attracts visitors to its unique and historic buildings some of which are open to
the public. The “Maison de la Tour” and the 12th century church are two of its main
attractions. The village is a magnet for artists and photographers who regularly
visit to record the architecture and environment.
This site provides information about Lherm itself, the group of communes that together
form the Catus area, Cahors and its wines, the Lot and some of the attractions within