Occitanie

THE TARN REGION

THE TARN DEPARTMENT (OCCITANIE)

Located in the northeast of the Toulouse city, the Tarn department is a rural area with a tertiary economy. Agricultural activity is still very present, notably through a recognized vineyard; Gaillac, but also cattle breeding and cereal cultivation. The Tarn also has undeniable tourist assets throughout its territory which allow it to be known far beyond its borders.

Discovery the Occitanie

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To find ideas and plan your outings, the official Albi Tourist Office : https://www.albi-tourisme.fr/en

ALBI

classified by UNESCO since 2010
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Sainte Cécile Cathedral

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Toulouse-Lautrec Museum

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Palais de la Berbie (Berbie palace)

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The garden of Berbie

Designed by Lenotre (Versailles castle)

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Fashion Museum

Le Pont Vieux (The old Bridge)

OLD MEDIEVAL CITES TO VISIT IN THE TARN

GAILLAC VINEYEARD

The Gaillac vineyard is the oldest one in France. As Gaillac is a famous vineyard of South West France you have to spend some time in a winery to meet local winemakers. We could give you a list of wineries open to public in this wine area. Some very famous wineries are available to welcome you and to offer you an unforgettable moment.

The official Gaillac wine site:

The site of a winegrower friend with whom we can put you in touch and organize a visit: