This pretty village with granite houses is built around the Puy Saint-Laurent. This commune, which today is also the capital of the canton, is the result of the reunion of Saint-Mamet, named after an evangelist, with the commune of La Salvetat in 1847. The beautiful Gothic church was built in the 14th century and restored in the 17th century. She has a beautiful altarpiece. The church of La Salvetat, rebuilt in the 13th century, was part of a former commandery of the Knights of the Order of Malta. With the puy Saint-Laurent (771 m), Saint-Mamet is blessed with an exceptional panorama of the 7 departments bordering the Cantal, with a complete and grandiose view of the Cantalien massif.

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