Map position of Jardin du palais de la Berbie
You can find details of some of the places we suggest you visit near Jardin du palais de la Berbie below the map...
List of places in distance order
Distances are direct ("as the crow flies") so driving will be further!
Albi is quite a remarkable town, with a substantial and beautiful centre and sensational views across the river below. Very recommended!
Realmont is very typical of the bastide towns to be found throughout the Tarn department
The historic centre of Gaillac and its riverside position make Gaillac a very enjoyable small town to discover
Cordes is certainly one of the most beautiful towns in France with a great deal of natural and historic beauty - and rather a lot of tourists!
The small village of Vieux was once one of the most important pilgrimage towns in the region
Lautrec is a small village, but both the views and the intereting historic buildings make it very pleasant to explore
The central square of Castelnau-de-Montmiral with its medieval buildings, and the views from its hilltop location, together make it very worthy of a visit
Lisle-sur-Tarn is a pretty village on the banks of the Tarn river.
At Varen you can see the Chateau du Doyenné and nice riverside views
The Jardin des Martels:35 km
The Jardins des Martels is a beautiful garden and mini-farm near Toulouse.
Giroussens is a pretty village and home to a ceramic centre and great garden
The village of Najac is very pretty, and the castle and ridgetop position mean you also have lovely views
The highlight in Sauveterre-de-Rouergue is surely the medieval houses and arcades in the central square
We particularly enjoyed the walk around the ramaparts in Puycelsi, one of the 'most beautiful villages of France'
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
Lavaur is a pretty red brick town in the Tarn department of France
Espinas :39 km
Visitors to Espinas usually come here to visit the Chateau de Cas with its furnished rooms and gardens to admire
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
Brassac (Tarn):44 km
The highlight in the centre of Brassac in the Tarn department is certainly the beautiful old bobbled bridge
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