Tarn-et-Garonne places to visit and attractions

Below you can explore some of the most popular highlights and places of interest in the Tarn-et-Garonne department of Midi-Pyrenees. See also our Tarn-et-Garonne travel guide.


photo of Auvillar

The lovely village of Auvillar has a very unusual round market hall in the village centre

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photo of Bardigues

Bardigues is a small village, very pleasant to stroll along the main street and to enjoy the views

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photo of Beaumont-de-Lomagne

The weekly market in Beaumont-de-Lomagne has been held in the same market hall, in the town centre, since the 14th century

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Bourg de Visa

photo of Bourg de Visa

Bourg-de-Visa is one of several small villages in this region with no particular monuments but charming to visit

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photo of Brassac

Although it is very small, Brassac is a charming village to explore in the heart of the Tarn-et-Garonne countryside

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photo of Bruniquel

The cobbled streets, numerous medieval buildings and the castle combine to make Bruniquel a very lovely village to explore

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photo of Castelsagrat

Although quite quick to visit you will enjoy a stroll around the peaceful centre of Castelsagrat

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photo of Caylus

The 14th century House of Wolves is just one of the interesting sights you will find as you climb the streets in the heart of Caylus

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photo of Donzac

The red-brick architecture and unusual church tower add to the charm of the little village of Donzac

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photo of Dunes

Not well known as a tourist destination, we found Dunes to be very characterful and well worth a visit

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photo of Espinas

Visitors to Espinas usually come here to visit the Chateau de Cas with its furnished rooms and gardens to admire

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photo of Lauzerte

Lauzerte, a small bastide town in a hilltop position, is one of our favourite villages in this region

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photo of Le-Pin

Your challenge in Le Pin is to get a good glimpse of the fairytale castle, behind its hedges and closed to the public!

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photo of Moissac

Moissac might go unnoticed except it has the 12th century Abbey Church of Saint-Pierre, and one of the loveliest cloisters in France

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photo of Montaigu-de-Quercy

Montaigu-de-Quercy is a peaceful town in Quercy, at its liveliest with the Saturday morning market

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photo of Montauban

The pink houses and ancient arcades ensure that the Place Nationale in Montauban is the highlight in the town

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photo of Montjoi

Monjoi is a very unspoiled small village that preserves a great deal of interesting houses

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photo of Montpezat-de-Quercy

Montpezat-de-Quercy village has a lovely centre with arcaded houses and a 14th century collegiale church

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photo of Parisot

The village of Parisot is very small but also very picturesque so visit when you are nearby

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photo of Realville

The focus in the small bastide town of Réalville is the main square, surrounded by 16th century houses

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photo of Roquecor

Roquecor is a perched village in Tarn-et-Garonne with an attractive historic centre and impressive views across the countryside

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photo of Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val

Close to the Gorges de l'Aveyron, the medieval town of Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val is one of the most attractive in the Tarn-et-Garonne

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photo of Saint-Nicolas-de-la-Grave

The castle and the arcaded buildings around the central square are among the places of interest in Saint-Nicolas-de-la-Grave

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photo of Valence-d'Agen

Valence d'Agen has no important monuments but is an enjoyable unspoiled small town to explore

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photo of Varen

At Varen you can see the Chateau du Doyenné and nice riverside views

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photo of Verfeil-sur-Seye

The small bastide town of Verfeil-sur-Seye has a nice centre with a market hall and some colombage houses, then visit the nearby Jardins de Quercy

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For more information see the Tarn-et-Garonne guide


Market towns & days in Tarn-et-Garonne

all markets in morning unless otherwise stated

Beaumont-de-Lomagne: Saturday
Caussade: Monday all day
Grisolles: Wednesday
Lafrancaise: Wednesday & Sunday
Lavit: Friday
Moissac: Sunday & Saturday
Montaigu-de-Quercy: Saturday
Montauban: Wednesday all day & Saturday
Montech: Tuesday
Montpezat-de-Quercy: Saturday
Negrepelisse: Tuesday
Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val: Sunday
Saint-Nauphary: Sunday
Septfonds: Wednesday & Wednesday
Valence, Castelsarrasin: Tuesday
Verdun-sur-Garonne: Friday

Selected tourist attractions in the Tarn-et-Garonne department

The following sites have received official "tourist classifications"...

4* Towns in Bloom


Towns of Art and History

Montauban: Tourist guide

Secteur Sauvegardé (protected historical town centre)

Montauban: Tourist guide

Listed 'Remarkable Gardens'

Jardin du Pèlerin

Jardins de Quercy

Religious Monuments

Eglise de Notre-Dame (Lacour)

National Monuments

Beaulieu en Rouergue Abbey

Gramont Chateau

Villages classified as "most beautiful villages"

Auvillar: Tourist guide

Bruniquel: Tourist guide

Lauzerte: Tourist guide

UNESCO world heritage sites

Moissac abbatiale St Pierre (monuments on French pilgrim routes): Tourist guide