Activities in SW France
SW France offers some amazing places to visit such as the Cathédrale Sainte Cécile in Albi and the extremely impressive Cordes-Sur-Ciel. We happily share our local knowledge and offer expert advice on days out.
Mind, Body & Soul
If you are looking to relax and recharge whilst you are on holiday then why not treat yourself to a soothing massage or a refreshing private yoga class.
A therapeutic range of massage, meditation and yoga sessions can be enjoyed within the peaceful surrounds of your holiday home courtesy of Amulet Therapy’s ‘At Home’ service. For more information and to make a booking please view www.amulettherapy.info
The housebook contains many guides to local attractions and walks.
Below are just some of the many attractions in the local area that you might want to visit.
Carmaux is a town crossed by the river Cérou (tributary of the Aveyron) and two tributary streams of Cérou: the Ceroc and Candou at the crossroads of Segala, the Albigenses and Cordes.
Kayaking on the Averyon in Najac.
The Glass Museum and boutique, Atelier Verrier and demonstrations glass blowers, and the Biennale of glassmakers, on the same site Carmaux Domain of glassware.
Whether you love adrenaline or are looking to find new forms of excitement, come and enjoy the many sports and leisure activities on offer in our 618 acres of nature.
http://www.mairie-albi.fr/pano/albi_virtuel.htm Virtual Tour of Albi – Some amazing Photography.
http://www.museetoulouselautrec.net/ The History of the Palais de la Berbie and its prestigious gardens, is available on the this web site as a download.
Between Albi and the Tarn gorges, the river follows a 3-kilometer loop, shaping the valley into an impressive rocky peninsula. Ambialet is nestled there amidst a breathtaking panorama.
Animal Farm for endangered species is great. It is located between Cordes Sur Ciel and Carmaux near Salles
Local Mairie Web Site with some information about the Circuit de la vallée de la croisade
Built across 2 rivers, the Viaur and the Aveyron, Laguepie has lots to offer.
http://www.cordessurciel.fr/en/ Great place to start your information gathering, have a look at this site.
The village, one of the most beautiful in France! Shaped like the shell of a snail, the construction of the village started in the 10th century around the church of St Peter
Belcastel is one of the most beautiful villages in France, and contains a wealth of rare medieval heritage.
Abandoned for over 450 years (torn down in 1596), today the Penne fortress proudly dominates the Gorges de l’Aveyron seated atop its rocky hilltop and defying all laws of Gravity.
The Millau Viaduct is to the Aveyron what the Eiffel Tower is to Paris (although we’re proud to say we have just a few centimetres more!)