Medieval village perched on a rocky ridge classified one of the most beautiful villages of France aveyronnais! The imposing castle classified as a historical monument, the St John the Evangelist church…
The Bastide of Rouergue par excellence! An impressive collegiale dominates the square. Visit the Chartreuse St Sauveur built in the 15th century, a masterpiece of Gothic art.
Ville de Castres (1h27mn)
A charming city with its lovely houses on the Agoût. The Bishop’s Gardens, the Goya Museum and the Gourgeade Park are to be discovered! Numerous evening activities during the summer.
Les Jardins des Martels (1h10mn)
The small tourist train “Tortillard” serves these wonderful English gardens. Park classified among the most beautiful in France. Mini farm for children.
Gorges de l’Aveyron (21mn)
Cultural visits to discover the castles of Najac or Bournazel, typical village like Belcastel or in museums to learn the history of the Aveyron… Take the opportunity to meet people by visiting farms or artisan workshops. Experience the ambience of Aveyron during a farmers’ market, traditional or nocturnal. More details on the official website.
One of the most beautiful villages in France also called “Mont St Michel Des Terres”. Medieval village of the 13th century and place of passage of the pilgrimage of Santiago de Compostela.
Ville d’Albi (47mn)
Impressive fortified cathedral St Cecile unique in its kind. Its Berbie palace, former palace of the archbishops of Albi.
Petit train Touristique St Lieux Les Lavaur (1h09mn)
Charming stroll in the Tarese countryside aboard the “Tortillard”, an authentic steam train from the beginning of the 20th century.
The vineyard covers more than 4000 hectares, consisting of a wide variety of grapes, red, white and rosé. Possibility to visit some cellars. Discover Saint Michel Abbey, Saint-Pierre Church and Foucaud Castle.
Classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France, Belcastel is a picturesque village with its well preserved old houses.
The castle of Belcastel, dating from medieval times, was entirely restored by Ferdinand Pouillon.
Open to the public, it now houses a large collection of medieval weapons, as well as an art gallery.