Brousse-le-Château © J. Tomaselli / Tourisme Aveyron

Vallée du Tarn
À visiter

C’est la nature qui prime dans la vallée du Tarn ! Et les villages de caractère, les châteaux et musées baignent dans un univers luxuriant.
Maison de la châtaigne, espace hydro des Raspes, musées abrités dans des châteaux, fresques néo-byzantines… Il y aura de quoi assouvir votre curiosité.
Vous pourrez également découvrir la vallée en train ou en bateau.

Consultez les sites de visites ci-dessous pour préparer votre séjour dans la vallée du Tarn :

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Poterie de la Rivière


In the Raspes du Tarn valley, at Saint Rome de Tarn, the Poterie de la Rivière is situated in Place de la Tour du Roi. The boutique, an ancient mediaeval prison, has superb vaulted ceilings.

Chapelle St-Cyrice et Sentier d'interprétation

Le Truel

Above Le Truel, on the site of the chapel Saint-Cyrice of the Ifernet, the Parc naturel régional des Grands causses has installed an interpretation path around this peaceful site. Stop for picnic and discovery of the heritage.

Bleu de Chauffe


Ferme de la Blaquière


Isolated farm on a promontory of the Causse de Séverac, benefiting from an exceptional situation: an "end of the world" that offers a superb panorama of the Gorges du Tarn and the Causses stretching out below.

Musée de Lincou


Don't hesitate to discover: "a unique place".

Feixas Christine


China ceramics, stoneware, one-off items. Technique of mixed earth. White porcelain mixed by turning or stamping with coloured earth by iron oxyde, cobalt or copper. Teapots, bowls, vases, cups, daily use or decorative objects. Free visit.

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...

Produits fermiers des Axous


Close to Saint Rome de Tarn, free visits by appointment of a farm rearing sheep and ducks for meat. Visits to the sheep barn, the poultry pens and the duck force feeding building. Farm shop. Motorhome parking area.

Pont de Brousse-le-château


Domaine Bertau


On the clay-limestone sun-drenched slopes overlooking the Tarn, up and down stream form Millau, the 142 acre vineyard, in bygone years renowned for supplying the Popes of Avignon, is experiencing a real renaissance. The whites associate equal parts of mauzac and chenin grapses, the reds and rosés bring together the freshness of gamay and the power of syrah grapes. To discover: the renowned Domaine BERTAU rosé. An excellent wine to lay down, an agreeable local Aveyron wine and the range of local aperitifs (cartagène, guignolet, vin de noix (nut wine), apéritif à la truffe (truffle aperitif)).

M. VAYSSE Apiculture


By prior arrangement, M Vaysse offers a discussion on bee keeping every Tuesday in July and August from 10.30 to midday: models of hives, ways of handling bees, their production etc... Extraction of honey if available and tasting.

Atelier Terralhas - Eliane Regimbeau


Porcelain items enamelled by crystallising

Atelier de Vitrail


Creation and restoration of stained glass. Introductory courses in stained glass techniques.

Château / Musée de la vie rurale / Musée de la pierre


In the château at the heart of the mediaeval village of Saint Beauzély, a collection of more than 5000 objects concerning agricultural crafts, rural life and stone crafts. Reconstruction of a school classroom at the start of the last century. Museum associated with the Museum of the Rouergue.

Eglise Romane Saint Martin


This beautiful Norman style church which has been recently restored is decorated with sculptures and capitals from the Romanesque period. This historic monument dating to the 12th century can be visited on request.

Notre Dame du Désert


More than the chapel itself the site where it is erected deserves a visit. You can enjoy a superb panorama of the Raspes du Tarn and Ayssènes, built on a rocky headland, walk along the outdoor stations of the cross and beautifully decorated with bushes and rose plants.

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