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Musée Le Moulin de Burée


On the beautiful water discovery walk in Brommat, an indispensable stop: the discovery of a flower watermill, how it works and its history.

Chapelle du Saint-Voile


Chapel decorated with Neo-Byzantine frescos by Nicolaï GRESCHNY.

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.

Chapelle des Pénitents Noirs


In 1672 the Augustine monks transfer part of their land to the Penitents de la Misericorde brotherhood. The latter, better known as the Black Penitents, referring to the colour of their cloaks, finished their chapel in 1705. It is dedicated to Saint Jean Baptiste.



Visit the medieval castle and its exhibition CREATURA about medieval bestiary. Including 5 life-size and animated legendary creatures!

Explore Gramond


Walk the streets of this village established in the Ségala plateau during the12th century !

Visite guidée classique de Najac


Its architectural heritage and its natural environment have enabled Najac to be classed as one of the plus beaux villages de France (most beautiful villages in France), to boast the label of "Pays d'Art et d'Histoire" Town of Art and History and recently the label of "Grands Sites Midi-Pyrénées" with Villefranche de Rouergue.

Prieuré de Comberoumal


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).

Chapelle St Thomas


Nested in the forest as a reminder of Saint Thomas de Becket, arch bishop of Canterbury who had stayed there as a hermit in the 12th century, this fully restored sanctuary presents fabulous frescoes relating the life of the saint.

Cité médiévale de Sévérac-le-Château


The medieval city of Sévérac welcomes you! Stroll in the narrow streets and be surprised by the house of Jeanne or the sestayral...

Château des Bourines


Discover the Domaine des Bourines and its castle, a large agricultural complex with first constructions going back to the 12th century.

St Geniez d'Olt, la Ville Lumière


It is said that in the late 15th century there lived in St-Geniez a fisherman whose two children had captured a gopher. The little animal ran off scared on a stormy afternoon. The two children ran after it when a violent storm started and immersed the valley in a real deluge. On their return, several houses, including theirs had been washed away. By fleeing the little animal had saved their lives. They were nicknamed "the Marmots". By extension the name was given to all the inhabitants.

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