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Gîte d'étape de La Tour

Ayssènes

Located in the tower of a former townhouse, the gîte de La Tour is adjacent to the restaurant of the village.

Gîte Costes

Ayssènes

Aire de camping-car municipale

Broquiès

Agreeable motorhome site at the edge of the village of Broquiès on the road that leads to Brousse-le-château, one of the "Plus beaux village de France" (most beautiful villages in France). Superb view!!!

Roque Rouge - Grand gîte La Cazotte

Broquiès

Come and have a real break in this former presbytery in the small hamlet of La Cazotte, deep in the Raspes du Tarn in the Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses.

Chambres d'hôtes Le Puech de Costrix

Broquiès

In an old house in the middle of the country, 3 cosy and comfortable rooms around an interior courtyard for rest and relaxation. The charm of old stonework, a beautiful barn with vaulted ceiling and hills as far as the eye can see... The Tarn close by offers its water sports centres, an open air heated swimming pool, swimming in the river, canoeing, footpaths, historical and prehistoric sites.

Gîte à la ferme - Gilbert TOULOUSE

Broquiès

From Cansac, you have a choice of walks and excursions in the area. The equidistant Lévézou lakes and Tarn valley offer numerous activities linked to water and natural sites. Don't miss the village of Brousse le Château, classed as one of the "plus beaux villages de France (most beautiful villages in France).

Gîte des Paredous

Broquiès

In the Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses, the rural hamlet of Maziès clings on to the hillside overlooking the Tarn valley. The location of your gîte, a large house in red sandstone, offers you a large choice of places to visit: Millau, Albi,... and Villefranche de Panat lake for swimming, water sports and fishing.

Hélène GENIEYS

Broquiès

A second lifer for this barn that overlooks the Dourdou, you can see it from the terrace. Ideal for those who love fishing: the Tarn and the Lévézou lakes are close by. You will appreciate the quality of the interior, the vast light living room, all tastefully decorated. Discover the sheep being milked on your host's farm close by.

Christian MIRON

Brousse-le-Château

Fitted out in a charming stone house, in a wooded environment, the gite of the Boual welcomes those who love quietness and nature. This beautifully furnished haven of peace offers a lounge where you can enjoy relaxing around the fireplace, a kitchen opening onto two terraces overlooking the Tarn valley. The bedrooms are pretty.

Ghislaine RUGEN

Brousse-le-Château

Charming stone-built house marked by the secrets of yester year in Brousse-le-château, situated a stone's throw from the church Saint Jacques-le-Majeur, listed as an historic monument, from the château and from the start of several footpaths.

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