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Via Garona - Garonne way from Toulouse to Muret

Garonne river and Pyrenees in Portet/G

Description

From Toulouse to Muret through trails in a surprising wilderness and almost all the way out of road. Beautiful views over Garonne river.
In Toulouse, the way is going through some of the most beautiful monuments : Saint-Sernin basilica, Notre Dame du Taur church, Capitole square, the Jacobins, Garonne riverside, Daurade church, the Pont Neuf and Saint-James Hospital.

Technical informations

This circuit was updated on: 19/05/2020
26 km
6 h
max. 200 m
min. 132 m
323 m

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Starting point

2 T pl saint-sernin , 31000 Toulouse
Lat : 43.60803Lng : 1.44216

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Saint-Sernin basilica of Toulouse

Consecrated in 1096, the basilica is a masterpiece of Romanesque art. The tympanum of the Miegeville door, sculpted capitals, the altar table or bas reliefs (above the crypt) marked and influenced art in Europe. The church is the largest monument of Romanesque origin remaining in the world. World Heritage of UNESCO as monument on the way to Compostela, the church with the relics of St. Sernin and many other relics (it was written that there was no holier place in the world after St. Peter Rome) attracted many pilgrims.

7 pl saint-sernin 31000 Toulouse
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Notre-Dame church in Saubens

Apse and belltower from XII century. Ornaments with devils, birds, squatting personage, woman with snake (lewdness). The rest of the church was built from XVIII to the beginning of XX centuries.

39 r principale 31600 Saubens
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Saint-Marcet chapel named "wall of the lepers"

At the XII century, the powerfull Lezat abbey had there a house, built outside the city, for lepers and plague victims. The hospital runned until XVII century. The ruins of Saint-Marcet chapel are also named the "wall of the lepers".

5 che de ranquinat 31600 Muret
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Saint-Jacques (Saint-James) church in Muret

Built from 1159 to 1165 and then heavily reconstructed. Bell tower of Toulouse style . Inside chapel of the "Rosaire" linked to the tradition of saint Dominique during Muret battle. Saint James is the patron saint due to the link of the church with Toulouse cathedral which had both saint James and saint Etienne as patrons.

35 r clement ader 31600 Muret
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Warning in case of flood

The path along the river at the foot of dyke can be flooded. In this case, stay up on the dyke.

Types de sol

[EN]Bitume
[EN]Terre
[EN]Herbe

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proposed by Via Garona

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