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Midi-Pyrenees places to visit and attractions

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

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Albas (Lot)

Albas, a village on the Lot river, has a renowned wine festival each May
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Albi (Tarn)

Albi is quite a remarkable town, with a substantial and beautiful centre and sensational views across the river below. Very recommended!
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Albi cathedral (Tarn)

Albi cathedral is remarkable for its brick exterior, and the large area of renaissance painting in the interior
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Arreau (Hautes-Pyrenees)

Deep in the Pyrenees on a small river, Arreau is a delightful small town to explore
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Auch (Gers)

Auch, the ancient capital of Gascony, has a cathedral and several other historic monuments of interest
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Audressein (Ariege)

Audressein is a very small village in a picturesque river valley, visited for the ancient frescoes in the porch of the church
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Autoire (Lot)

Autoire is very small but very pleasant to explore, while nearby you can admire thescenery of the Cirque d'Autoire
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Auvillar (Tarn-et-Garonne)

The lovely village of Auvillar has a very unusual round market hall in the village centre
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Ax-les-Thermes (Ariege)

A spa town since the 19th century, Ax-les-Thermes is now better known for being close to the Ax-3 Domaines ski region
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Bagneres-de-Luchon (Haute-Garonne)

Bagneres-de-Luchon is one of the nicest of the 'belle-epoque' spa towns that developed in the Pyrenees in the 19th century
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Bardigues (Tarn-et-Garonne)

Bardigues is a small village, very pleasant to stroll along the main street and to enjoy the views
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Beaumont-de-Lomagne (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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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Belcastel (Aveyron)

The lovely riverside setting, the steep cobbled streets and the castle combine to make Belcastel one of our favourite villages
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Belmont-sur-Rance (Aveyron)

The Cevennes village of Belmont-sur-Rance is small but very enjoyable to explore, and to see the Collegial church of Saint-Michel
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Bourg-de-Visa (Tarn-et-Garonne)

Bourg-de-Visa is one of several small villages in this region with no particular monuments but charming to visit
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Brassac (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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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Brassac (Tarn) (Tarn)

The highlight in the centre of Brassac in the Tarn department is certainly the beautiful old bobbled bridge
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Brousse-le-Chateau (Aveyron)

Brousse-le-Chateau is an idyllic little village of steep cobbled streets on the banks of the Tarn and Alrance rivers
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Bruniquel (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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

Cabrerets is a pretty village on the Célé river best known for the Grotte de Pech Merle
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Cahors (Lot)

Best known for the famous Pont Valentre bridge, Cahors is a lively town which also has a small historic centre
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Cahors cathedral of Saint-Etienne (Lot)

The cathedral of Saint-Etienne in Cahors is an unusual 12th century cathedral which has two domes and a roman style entrance among its features
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Cahors gardens (Lot)

The secret gardens of Cahors are charming and following the garden route is a great way to see the sights of Cahors.
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Cajarc (Lot)

The medieval centre of Cajarc make it a pleasant place to visit as you explore the Lot Valley and the Natural Parc of the Causses de Quercy
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Camon (Ariege)

The fortified village of Camon, listed as a 'most beautiful village of France' is one of our favourites in this region
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Capdenac (Lot)

Capdenac-le-Haut, another of the 'beautiful villages of France' is quite small but very picturesque
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Carbonne (Haute-Garonne)

Ransacked as a cathar town in the 12th century, Carbonne was rebuilt as a bastide town several years later
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Cardaillac (Lot)

Cardaillac is a small, unspoiled village now listed among the 'most beautiful in France'
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Carennac (Lot)

There are numerous architectural highlights and attractive buildings in Carennac, one of the 'most beautiful villages of France'
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Castelnau-de-Montmiral (Tarn)

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
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Castelnau-Montratier (Lot)

Castelnau-Montratier is a historic village with an imposing church and central square
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Castelsagrat (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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

While not an important tourist destination, Castres has a pleasant town centre and an interesting Goya Museum to visit
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Caylus (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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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Cazeres (Haute-Garonne)

Cazeres is not a tourist town, but you might like to visit the Church of Notre Dame of the Assumption when in the region
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Chateau de Bournazel (Aveyron)

The Chateau de Bournazel is a charming chateau in the renaissance syle, in Aveyron
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Chateau de Castelnau-Bretenoux (Lot)

The Chateau de Castelnau-Loubressac is an imposing medieval castle built in red stone
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Chateau de Foix (Ariege)

The chateau de Foix is an impressive medieval castle on a rocky spur in the Ariege valley
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Chateau de Najac (Aveyron)

Najac castle is the impressive ruins of a 13th century castle in Aveyron
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Col d'Aspin (Hautes-Pyrenees)

The Col d'Aspin is an important mountain pass in the west of the Pyrenees
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Col de Peyresourde (Hautes-Pyrenees)

The Col de Peyresourde is a mountain pass in the pyrenees, which often forms part of the Tour de France route
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Col du Tourmalet (Hautes-Pyrenees)

The Col du Tourmalet is a mountain pass in the Pyrenees, famous because the Tour de France passes here very often
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Condom (Gers)

In the town of Condom it is the Cathedral of Saint-Pierre and historic centre that is of interest to visitors
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Condom cathedral (Gers)

The cathedral in Condom includes a rood-screen, 15th century doorways and a large cloister among its points of interest
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Conques (Aveyron)

Best known for its abbey and a s a pilgrimage destination, the beautiful village of Conques is a highlight of any visit to Aveyron
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Cordes-sur-Ciel (Tarn)

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!
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Donzac (Tarn-et-Garonne)

The red-brick architecture and unusual church tower add to the charm of the little village of Donzac
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Dunes (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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

The medieval bridges and half-timbered houses are among the highlights in the village of Entraygues
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Espalion (Aveyron)

In the town of Espalion there is a lovely bridge over the river and several other interesting historic monuments
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Espinas (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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

This pretty village in the Aubrac region has several monuments of note, including the Chateau d'Estaing
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Faycelles (Lot)

Although quite small, take the time to stroll around Faycelles when you are in this region
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Figeac (Lot)

The market town of Figeac has many interesting historic buildings and streets to explore - one of our favourite towns in this region
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Fleurance (Gers)

The central square with its arcades and traditional market hall are the highlight of a visit to Fleurance
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Foix (Ariege)

The narrow medieval streets, the imposing castle above the town and the lovely setting make Foix an unmissable destination in Ariege
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Fources (Gers)

Fources, one of the 'most beautiful villages in France' is unusual in being a bastide town that follows a circular layout
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Gaillac (Tarn)

The historic centre of Gaillac and its riverside position make Gaillac a very enjoyable small town to discover
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Gavarnie (Hautes-Pyrenees)

The natural highlight of the Cirque de Gavarnie, a great circular cliff, is one of the most scenic places in the Pyrenees
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Giroussens (Tarn)

Giroussens is a pretty village and home to a ceramic centre and lovely garden
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Gouffre de Padirac (Lot)

The Gouffre de Padirac is the most popular cave system in France
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Gourdon (Lot) (Lot)

The golden stone used to build much of the town of Gourdon brings much of its charm, and there are also several pretty small villages close to hand
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Gramat (Lot)

Gramat is a pleasant town to visit, and your children will enjoy the popular animal park here
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Grotte de Lombrives (Ariege)

Not the most famous caves perhaps but the Grotte de Lombrives is the largest cave system in France
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La Couvertoirade (Aveyron)

La Couvertoirade, listed among the 'most beautiful villages in France', is one of the most complete fortified medieval villages in France
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La Roque-Sainte-Marguerite (Aveyron)

The tiny village of La Roque-Sainte-Marguerite, in the Gorges de la Dourbie, is well worth a pause to explore
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Lacapelle-Marival (Lot)

The castle, medieval gateway and market hall are among the highlights in Lacapelle-Marival
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Laguiole (Aveyron)

The sweeping lanscape of the Laguiole region is best known for the famous knives made here, and seen at the fascinating Forge de Laguiole
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Larressingle (Gers)

Larressingle is a perfect medieval fortified village, with the defensive walls around the town still almost completely intact
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Lautrec (Tarn)

Lautrec is a small village, but both the views and the intereting historic buildings make it very pleasant to explore
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Lauzerte (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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

The castle and the church are among the places of interest in the small village of Lavardens
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Lavaur (Tarn)

Lavaur is a pretty red brick town in the Tarn department of France
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Le Don du Fel (Aveyron)

Le Don du Fel is an impressive exhibition of artworks and pottery
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Le-Pin (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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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Lectoure (Gers)

Lectoure is a pleasant town to explore as part of your stay in the Gascony countryside
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Lisle-sur-Tarn (Tarn)

Lisle-sur-Tarn is a pretty village on the banks of the Tarn river.
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Loubressac (Lot)

Both the unspoiled nature of the village and the beautiful views make the small village of Loubressac a great pleasure to visit
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Lourdes (Hautes-Pyrenees)

Lourdes is of course very famous as a pilgrimage centre which attracts millions of pilgrims and visitors each year
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Luz-Saint-Sauveur (Hautes-Pyrenees)

The pleasant town of Luz-Saint-Sauveur is well placed to explore some lovely Pyreneean mountain scenery
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Martel (Lot)

Numerous medieval towers and other fascinating buildings ensure that Martel retains its historic charm
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Martres-Tolosane (Haute-Garonne)

The small village of Martres-Tolosane is known for its faiencerie workshops
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Maubourguet (Hautes-Pyrenees)

Maubourguet makes every effort to hide its impressive monuments but take the time to explore the narrow streets and all will be revealed!
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Millau (Aveyron)

The town of Millau is a lively traditional town, well worth a visit when you are exploring this region
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Millau bridge (Aveyron)

Millau Bridge (the Viaduc de Millau) is a modern bridge designed by Norman Foster, one of the highest bridges in the world, and an imposing local monument
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Mirepoix (Ariege)

In Mirepoix it is the beautifully preserved centre of the bastide town that is the highlight for visitors
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Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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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Monesties (Tarn)

There is much more to discover in Monesties than you would expect in such a small village, such as a Mise au Tombeau in the chapel and an ancient hump-backed bridge
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Mont d'Astarac (Gers)

The frescoes in the village church are the highlight of your visit to Mont d'Astarac, a peaceful small village in the rolling Gascony landscape
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Mont Perdu (Hautes-Pyrenees)

Mont-Perdu is a natural highlight on the border between France and Spain near Gavarnie
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Montaigu-de-Quercy (Tarn-et-Garonne)

Montaigu-de-Quercy is a peaceful town in Quercy, at its liveliest with the Saturday morning market
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Montauban (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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

Montcuq is a pleasant small town with a big church in the Midi-Pyrénées
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Montjoi (Tarn-et-Garonne)

Monjoi is a very unspoiled small village that preserves a great deal of interesting houses
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Montjoie-en-Couserans (Ariege)

The tiny village of Montjoie-en-Couserans is included because it is the start point of a picturesque driving tour of the surrounding villages
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Montpezat-de-Quercy (Tarn-et-Garonne)

Montpezat-de-Quercy village has a lovely centre with arcaded houses and a 14th century collegiale church
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Montreal-du-Gers (Gers)

After exploring the picturesque village at Montreal-du-Gers you can visit the Roman Villa of Seviac nearby
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Montsegur (Ariege)

In Montsegur be sure to visit the cathar castle with its lovely far-reaching views
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Najac (Aveyron)

The village of Najac is very pretty, and the castle and ridgetop position mean you also have lovely views
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Pamiers (Ariege)

The largest town in Ariege, Pamiers has several notable monuments including the cathedral and the church
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Parisot (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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

Close to Millau Bridge, the small village of Peyre is listed among the most beautiful villages in France
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Peyrusse-le-Roc (Aveyron)

Peyrusse-le-Roc is most unusual in having the small village to explore, and also the chance to walk through the remains of the more ancient village
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Pont Valentré (Lot)

Pont Valentré in Cahors is an impressive fortified bridge from the middle ages
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Puy-l'Eveque (Lot)

Puy-l'Eveque is one of the most picturesque, and most visited, of the villages along the Lot Valley
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Puycelsi (Tarn)

We particularly enjoyed the walk around the ramaparts in Puycelsi, one of the 'most beautiful villages of France'
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Pyrenees National Parc (Hautes-Pyrenees)

The Pyrenees National Parc contains a great deal of the most beatiful mountain scenery in France
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Realmont (Tarn)

Realmont is very typical of the bastide towns to be found throughout the Tarn department
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Realville (Tarn-et-Garonne)

The focus in the small bastide town of Réalville is the main square, surrounded by 16th century houses
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Revel (Haute-Garonne)

The large arcaded square in the centre of Revel contains one of the biggest medieval market halls to be found in France
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Rieux-Volvestre (Haute-Garonne)

The stroll along the river and the surrounding medieval red-brick buildings make Rieux-Volvestre an interesting village to visit
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Rocamadour (Lot)

One of the most visited destinations in France, Rocamadour is both an important pilgrimage destination and an exceptionally lovely little village
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Rodez (Aveyron)

In Rodez you can explore the historic town around the cathedral, and then choose between museums or shopping!
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Roquecor (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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

The most unique charateristic in the pretty village of Saint-Antoine are the painted walls inside the church, a very unusual site nowadays although common 500 years ago
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Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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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Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges (Haute-Garonne)

2000 years ago the town of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges had 10000 inhabitants - now it has 250! The Saint Bertrand de Comminges cathedral is the highlight in the old town centre
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Saint-Cere (Lot)

Some of the highlights in Saint-Cere are rather hidden away, so take time to explore the back streets of this medieval town
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Saint-Cirq-Lapopie (Lot)

Saint-Cirq-Lapopie is certainly among the most beautiful villages in France, with its riverside setting and lovely historic streets
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Saint-Come-d'Olt (Aveyron)

The pilgrimage village of Saint-Côme-d'Olt, with its castle and unusual church, is listed among the 'most beautiful French villages'
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Saint-Girons (Ariege)

Saint-Girons is a quiet town, a perfect chance to see an unspoiled local town typical of this region
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Saint-Lizier (Ariege)

A small village in the Natural Regional Park of the Ariege Pyrenees, Saint-Lizier is very picturesque and also has a cathedral and other notable monuments
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Saint-Nicolas-de-la-Grave (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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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Saint-Savin (Hautes-Pyrenees)

It is the abbey church in Saint-Savin, and the surrounding countryside, that make a visit recommended
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Sainte-Eulalie-d'Olt (Aveyron)

After exploring the picturesque village at Sainte-Eulalie-d'Olt you will find lots of scenic highlights in the surrounding countryside
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Sarrant (Gers)

The ancient gateway and half-timbered houses bring a medieval feel to the village of Sarrant
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Sauveterre-de-Rouergue (Aveyron)

The highlight in Sauveterre-de-Rouergue is surely the medieval houses and arcades in the central square
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Severac-le-Chateau (Aveyron)

The highlights here in Severac-le-Chateau include the castle and the ancient vaulted passages in the historic centre
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Soreze (Tarn)

The abbey-school and numerous ancient colombage houses are among the interesting finds in the village of Soreze
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Souillac (Lot)

The town of Souillac is enjoyable to explore, and well placed to explore the eastern Dordogne and western Lot regions
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Tarbes (Hautes-Pyrenees)

The substantial gardens of Jardin Massey are the main place of interest in the centre of Tarbes
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The Jardin des Martels (Tarn)

The Jardins des Martels is a beautiful garden and mini-farm near Toulouse.
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Toulouse (Haute-Garonne)

Toulouse, with its famous red-brick architecture, is one of the most impressive cities in the south of France
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Tourtouse (Ariege)

Although tiny, the castle (and picnic area) in the centre of Tourtouse make a detour recommended
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Valcabrere (Haute-Garonne)

Valcabrere deserves a visit because of the very lovely roman style basilica of Saint-Just de Valcabrère, built on the edge of the village in the 12th century
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Valence-d'Agen (Tarn-et-Garonne)

Valence d'Agen has no important monuments but is an enjoyable unspoiled small town to explore
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Valence-sur-Baise (Gers)

Explore the historic centre of the bastide town of Valence-sur-Baise, then visit the Abbaye de Flaran
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Varen (Tarn-et-Garonne)

At Varen you can see the Chateau du Doyenné and nice riverside views
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Verfeil-sur-Seye (Tarn-et-Garonne)

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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Vic Fezensac (Gers)

Vic Fezensac is enjoyable to explore at any time, but best known for the music festivals held here each summer
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Vieux (Tarn)

The small village of Vieux was once one of the most important pilgrimage towns in the region
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Villefranche-de-Rouergue (Aveyron)

The 13th century bastide town of Villefranche-de-Rouergue is very much a traditional local town of the region
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Tourist attractions to visit in Midi-Pyrenees

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

Grand Sites of France

Cirque de Gavarnie: See tourist guide

Rocamadour: See tourist guide

UNESCO world heritage sites

Aragnouet chapelle des templiers (monuments on French pilgrim routes)

Auch cathédrale St Just (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Audressein Église Notre-Dame de Tramesaygues (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Beaumont sur l'Osee pont d'Artigues (monuments on French pilgrim routes)

Cahors cathédrale St Etienne (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Cahors Pont-Valentré (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Conques abbatiale Sainte-Foy (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Conques pont sur le Dourdou (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Episcopal City, Albi: See tourist guide

Espalion Pont Vieux (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Estaing pont sur le Lot (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Figeac Hopital St Jacques (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Gavarnie église St Jean Baptiste (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Gréalou dolmen de Pech-Laglaire (monuments on French pilgrim routes)

Jézeau église Saint-Laurent (monuments on French pilgrim routes)

La Romieu Collegiale St Pierre (monuments on French pilgrim routes)

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

Mont Perdu: See tourist guide

Ourdis-Cotdoussan église St Jacques (monuments on French pilgrim routes)

Rabastens église Notre-Dame-du-Bourg (monuments on French pilgrim routes)

Rocamadour basilique Saint-Sauveur (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Saint Lizier cathédrale (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

St Bertrand de Comminges cathédrale (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

St Bertrand de Comminges chapelle St Julien (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

St Chely d'Aubrac pont des pèlerins (monuments on French pilgrim routes)

Toulouse basilique St Sernin (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Toulouse Hotel-Dieu St Jacques (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Valcabrère basilique St Just (monuments on French pilgrim routes): See tourist guide

Villages classified as "most beautiful villages"

Autoire: See tourist guide

Auvillar: See tourist guide

Belcastel: See tourist guide

Brousse-le-Chateau: See tourist guide

Bruniquel: See tourist guide

Camon: See tourist guide

Carennac: See tourist guide

Conques: See tourist guide

Estaing: See tourist guide

Fources: See tourist guide

La Couvertoirade: See tourist guide

Larressingle: See tourist guide

Lauzerte: See tourist guide

Loubressac: See tourist guide

Montreal-du-Gers: See tourist guide

Najac: See tourist guide

Peyre: See tourist guide

Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges: See tourist guide

Saint-Cirq-Lapopie: See tourist guide

Saint-Come-d'Olt: See tourist guide

Saint-Lizier: See tourist guide

Sainte-Eulalie-d'Olt: See tourist guide

Sauveterre-de-Rouergue: See tourist guide

National Monuments

Assier Chateau

Beaulieu en Rouergue Abbey

Castelnau-Bretenoux Chateau

Chateau Montal

Gramont Chateau

Marshall Foch house

Montmaurin Gallo-Roman Villa

Towns classified as Recommended Detours

Figeac: See tourist guide

Gaillac: See tourist guide

Gourdon: See tourist guide

Lectoure: See tourist guide

Revel: See tourist guide

Villefranche-de-Rouergue: See tourist guide

Regional Natural Parcs

Causses du Quercy: See tourist guide

Grands Causses

Pyrenees Ariegeoises

Secteur Sauvegardé (protected historical town centre)

Albi: See tourist guide

Cahors: See tourist guide

Figeac: See tourist guide

Montauban: See tourist guide

Toulouse: See tourist guide

Towns of Art and History

Cahors: See tourist guide

Figeac: See tourist guide

Montauban: See tourist guide

Najac: See tourist guide

Sauveterre-de-Rouergue: See tourist guide

Toulouse: See tourist guide

Villefranche-de-Rouergue: See tourist guide

4* Towns in Bloom

Blaziert

Cahors: See tourist guide

Cayriech

Ordan-Larroque

Tarbes: See tourist guide

Zoo or wildlife park

Le rocher des aigles (eagles)

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