The Grolèjac Marsh is a remarkable wetland Regional Nature Reserve located upstream of the water body. It is the largest limestone marsh in the Dordogne department (surface area of 25 hectares).
 A footpath (duckboard on stilts) crosses the reserve for 3 km, offering stops with benches and information panels. People with reduced mobility have safe access to it.



There are many walks and hikes all around the Little Paradise.
Amongst others, the long distance hiking trail 64 (GR 64), is located in the South-West of France, in the departments of Lot, in Quercy, and Dordogne, in Périgord noir. Almost 90 kilometres1 long, it links the GR 6, from Rocamadour, to the GR 36, at Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil.