Paris, the national capital, is roughly 300 miles (483 kilometers) to the north of Saint-Denis-Catus.
It's hardly surprising Saint-Denis-Catus is such a hotspot for travelers; the region is criss-crossed with great cities, attractions and landscapes. Approximately 8 miles (13 kilometers) away you'll find Cahors. Head here to discover the Cahors Cathedral and Place Jean-Jacques Chapou.
Once you've fully explored Saint-Denis-Catus, why not visit the nearest regional center. Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil is approximately 30 miles (48 kilometers) away and is home to visitor attractions including Chateau de Laussel, Chateau de Commarque and Grotte des Combarelles. Ensure you don't rush back to Saint-Denis-Catus until you've checked out Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil's Grotte de Font-de-Gaume, Grotte du Grand Roc and Musee National de Prehistoire.
Every place offers a special history and the Midi-Pyrenees area has its own fair share of stories to tell. The traditional villages here provide a great snapshot to the past. Whatever your beliefs, visitors are sure to enjoy in Midi-Pyrenees' churches and other sites of spiritual significance.
No break is complete without a good dose of rest and recuperation. Wildlife watching is one of the ways they relax here. In this region and cycling is another. Why don't you spend some time with a good local guide and book a tour? Culinary tours, city walking tours and guided nature walks are popular in this area.
Everything must end sometime, but be rest assured, when you're ready to leave the region, you'll have many memories, photos and keepsakes to enjoy.