Prehistory has left many traces in the region, the painted cave of Pech Merle, located on the town bordering Cabrerets is the most notable example. Sites scattered across the town have been identified by archaeologists as the dolmen and the shelter of Trégantou Cuzouls. The Gallic period is also present with the spur crossed the Roc de Colonjac and oppidum de Saint Crépin. They reflect the long history of human occupation and are still being studied today.
The Gallo-Roman Aqueduct 14, which supplied water to the town of Cahors ist in the fifth century, finds its source in the valley of Vers and snakes in underground pipes or blank cliff, overlooking valleys over 30km. The remaining 15 remains outstanding on the town, overlooking the Lot and Vers, are enrolled in the supplementary inventory of historic monuments in 1953. Archaeological research conducted since 1997 under the direction of Didier Rigal, allowed to update new items, identifying catchments, and understand better the importance of this exceptional construction.
A site for more infos on the aqueduct here
A other website on Vers
All that it is necessary to visit on the municipality is resumed in this generous and very well informed site!
Departmental committee of the Tourism
The tourist information of the department of the Lot, the resources, the animations.
A lot of information on the region
The leisure activities around Vers
Some local activities and neighborhood.
Local tourist information