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Vue du vignoble


You like quiet holidays or to move as much as possible, everything is possible: hikes around the medieval village of Cordes sur Ciel, discovery of heritage, museums, bike or car tours through the Albigensian Bastides,  tasting gastronomic specialties and Gaillac wines, leisure parks, canoeing, there is something for all tastes and desires.

Hiking in Forest

Walks and hikes

Discover the Tarn through its hiking trails . By bike or mountain bike , cycling enthusiasts will enjoy exploring the various cycling routes. The equestrian farms of the Tarn welcome you to share pleasant moments of relaxation and a change of scenery. Finally, climbing and canoeing will allow you to surpass yourself in a natural setting. You will find all the documentation necessary for your excursions: IGN map, hiking sheets, various guides and if that is not enough, you can count on the owners to show you some secret trails!


Albigensian Bastides

Beyond the landscapes of plains and hillsides of great diversity combining the forest with areas of polyculture and vineyards, you will discover a heritage steeped in history . Along your route, you will discover the Albigensian Bastides and fortified villages.
Along the Vère and the Aveyron, you will discover authentic villages such as Castelnau de Montmiral, Puycelsi, Cordes sur Ciel and Bruniquel , which, from their rocky spurs, will offer you a superb panorama of the Grésigne forest massif, as well as Penne, a picturesque little village.


Gaillac wines

Coming to the Tarn without discovering its Gaillac wine is like going to Paris without climbing the Eiffel Tower. The Gaillac Appellation area, the oldest vineyard in France, covers 2,500 hectares spread over 73 municipalities for an AOC production of more than 165,000 hl. The variety of terroirs (three in number) and the age of the vineyard allow Gaillac to present a varied and traditional grape variety. Thus, this diversity of the Gaillac vineyard translates into a wide variety of elaborate wines which make up a multiple range of dry, sweet and pearly white wines, red and rosé wines, and sparkling wines.

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