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The remains of the Abby are on a grand scale. Not much is left apart from the main church, but a visit really gets the imagination working. There are two signposted walks to tell the past history of the town. A longer one for the...More
We visited this little village on our way from Loire Valley to Sarlat. Absolutely loved it. The Abbey is the centerpiece. It's not splendid at all, but we loved the rustic feel. Again, not many visitors, which was great.
There is a parking lot at...More
If you are a history buff, this is a place to put on your list! You will be impressed with the preservation of this Abbaye...as you walk up to the entrance you will quickly notice the warn out stones below the massive doors...once inside you...More
St Amand de Coly is a very small but pleasant medieval village set in a wooded valley. The Abbey is the main centre of attention. Entering the abbey you become very aware of the uneven, sloping, stone floor. The abbey interior is ornate but with...More
walking through the archway does not prepare you for the sight in front of you absolutely amazing, walking into the abbaye is worth the visit you are on the original stone floor that people have been doing for hundreds of years a very humble feeling...More
Knowing nothing of this historic monument we visited the tourist information office to find out more about the abbey. A video can be seen in English or French which was most informative. There is also a map showing the places of interest which is helpful....More
The owners of Le Casse-Noix , Our B&B in Sarla (see separate review) , recommendedthis place to us .
Saint Amand-de-Coli is a tiny but very interesting village .The very impressive and beautiful Abbaye is towering over the center of this Medieval village . Please...More
This ancient abbey church is well worth visiting if in the area. We found it's simplicity very spiritual and moving. As always with these ancient, beautiful buildings, we do hope visitors leave some money in the collection box, as they need so much to preserve...More