You are now at the level of CÉNAC. This is the old port of DOMME,
which explains the presence of mooring rings fixed to the bridge. Just after the bridge, on the left bank, behind a small islet, you can see the embarkation beach of Cénac
A little further on, the water accelerates over a hundred metres, this is the Pendoils passage. Several blocks of basalt emerge on the surface (don't worry, it's safe), it is very likely that these blocks are the remains of a passage point for Roman legions at low water levels.
You are now facing an imposing limestone cliff, a favourite place for buzzards, kites and peregrine falcons. If you look up, you can sometimes witness battles between birds of prey during the nesting period.