Vallée du Tarn
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 :
Discover the Visigoth tombs and ancient dwellings, explanation panels and children's orientation course.
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.
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.
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.
Forge and sculpture at the Costes-Gozon, Andrée Debru works in his workshop all year: reproductions of animals, full size people, signs, weather vanes, outdoor furniture...
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.
The Roc Saint-Jean with its belvedere and interpretation path with a stunning view on the Gorges des Raspes du Tarn.
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...
Visit of the mediaeval village: 12th century hydraulic system, Romanesque priory (11-12th century), abbey-church (11-12th century), parish church (11-12th century), ramparts.
Embark aboard the "Héron des Raspes" and navigate in a particular landscape of the region, the Gorges Cristalline du Tarn, a natural site of impressive chaos. Plage du Mas de la Nauc (beach): boat hire and lifeguard patrolled beach in July and August.
Creation and restoration of stained glass. Introductory courses in stained glass techniques.
D'Aphrosy one day, d'Aphrosy forever. The Larzac au naturel.
Nestling in an agreeable natural setting away from prying eyes, this priory situated on the route de Mauriac on the edge of Saint Beauzély represents a charming haven of peace. Each year in august the priory holds a concert as part of the Festival de Musiques Sacrées de Sylvanès (Sylvanès religious music festival).