Belcastel is a village classified "one of the most beautiful villages in France".
This prestigious award, he owes it to its rich history but also to the will of François Pouillon, the famous architect, who in 1974 undertook the restoration of the castle Belcastel then falling into ruins. Ten years later, thanks to the patron, the ancient fortress of Saunhac again stood proudly above the Aveyron valley. François Pouillon died in 1986 is buried in the village cemetery. Since individuals have begun to turn the restoration of houses around the castle which gives a very beautiful architectural.
The chairs of lords: six seats carved into the rock of Roquecante.
Nicole Fagegaltier, Conservator at Belcastel earned the title of champion of France desserts in 1986, before being crowned by the Champérard Guide in 1993 and Gault et Millau.