See and do
Église Saint-Jacques le Majeur
Historical Monument, 15 century church, village listed in the Prettiest Villages in France. With its fortified belltower it is proudly erected below the village, near the Tarn and the Alrance.
Château de Brousse
13th to 18th century castle (château fort). The fortified walls have been conserved as has the major part of its walkway. Diverse exhibitions, paintings, photos, ancient tools...
Poterie Terre en Feu
In the superb village of Brousse-le-Château, one of the "Plus Beaux Villages de France" (most beautiful villages in France), Claire Vincent invites you to discover her pottery workshop as well as a second workshop with exhibitions of finished pieces and fabrication.
Saint-Izaire castle and archery museum
Fortified castle from the 14th century whose impressive sandstone walls hide the refinement of its internal decoration.
Fromagerie du Salze
We breed sheep and we elaborate ourselves some of the sheep milk production which are fed in accordance to the specifications of organic farming.
Itinérance en Vallée du Tarn
Discover Tarn Valley on your own with logistical support from locals
La Ligne Verte
Selfguided walking and cycling tours in Aveyron. Bags transfers included, GPX-tracks, routenotes and maps are provided.
Pêche sur les berges du Dourdou
The banks of the Dourdou in Saint-Izaire have been developed to allow you a multitude of fishing techniques, whether you are a beginner or an experienced fisherman
Les Chemins de Traverse
The south starts here, the bubbling of the waters of the Tarn and the murmur of the wind that will constitute the pieces of our music score.