At the entrance of the Gorges du Tarn, the wine cellars Entre-deux Monts is located above Fontaneilles.
The old vaults out of thick flagstones on...Read more
At the end of the 19th century, three priest (Abbot Lubac, abbot Cazes and abbot Pineau), undertook colossal project to set up a statue of the Virgin Mary...Read more
Built between the 12th and 16th centuries, the Château de Peyrelade constituted one of the most important fortresses in the Rouergue in the Middle Ages,...Read more
St Laurent d’Olt was built on a rock spine, in a meander of the Lot river, and dominate it over 50 m. Narrow small steep streets lead to the top, where...Read more
Mansion from the 17th century and its pigeon house.Its corners have turrets allowing a defence of the fronts.
In 1755, it was one of the most important...Read more
This church is remarkable because it affixes two successive Romanesque periods (11th and 12th centuries) and two local "schools" (Tarn high valley and...Read more
In the East, between Campagnac and Saint Urbain, a chapel was built. Once, it was the place of an annual pilgrimage, built during the 18th century, on...Read more
By a small and picturesque road, we come to the hamlet of Bonneterre. Its church, dedicated to St Amans, was erected during the 18th century.
According to a legend, at the end of the 15th c., a fisherman lived in Saint-Geniez. His two sons had captured a marmot. During a stormy afternoon, the...Read more
The first church of St Saturnin de Lenne, which dominates the Serre valley, was built during the 11th century. It had been reconstructed during the 12th...Read more