Trouvez que visiter et que faire pendant vos vacances dans le Ségala et la vallée du Viaur dans la liste ci-dessous.
Visits of the clog maker's workshop, explanations and demonstrations of clog making done mechanically and manually.
The family château of the famous painter Toulouse Lautrec: a richly furnished mediaeval château that has always been in the painter's family. Le Bosc is open everyday of the year from 9am to 7pm.
Creator of contemporary and original wooden furniture. Visits by appointment from Monday to Saturday.
"I create hand-made knives of all kinds, whether forged or not : penknives (notably "Le Modulance"), table knives, hunting knives, traditional Japanese or traditional medieval kitchen knives, all made by my family from generation to generation". Open all year round
13th-14th century château restored by the Association for the Animation du Château de Taurines, in association with the "Compagnons du Devoir" travelling professional craftsmen and women.
This symbolic oak tree is 21 metres high by 18.5 metres wide and has a trunk of 2.5 metres in circumference.
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.
Set up in the house where Jean Boudou was born, somewhere between nostalgia and humour, a surprising trip into the work of our great writers. The Maison Jean Boudou is a place of discovery and culture.
Near the castle of Taurines, come and see the ducks that grow in the fields. Kévin welcome you and present his work as farmers. You will discover his production of fat ducks, foie gras, confits, stuffed necks... Member "Bienvenue à la ferme"