0:20 St. Cecilia Cathedral, 0:55 Toulouse-Lautrec Museum, 1:14 Cordes-sur-ciel
1:26 Cammazes channel, 1:50 Cap Découverte, 2:20 Castelnau de Montmiral
2:24 Houses on the Agout, 3:00 The Gaillac Vineyard
The Tarn region
is known for its privileged and sunny climate most of the year,
as well as its amazing cultural richness, whether architectural, culinary or social.
In addition to its weather,
the Tarn hosts a multitude of beautiful landscapes and breathtaking sites you can easily visit.
The region has an impressive natural and historical heritage,
and discovering it is an unmissable experience.
Added to this is a remarkably authentic gastronomy,
with a rich variety of flavours to discover, just waiting to satisfy every epicurean’s palate.
Aussac Gîtes is the ideal starting point to discover the region,
with a variety of fabulous sites nearby, starting with the magnificent Episcopal City of Albi,
recently listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Dubbed the “Red City” because of its numerous red brick buildings,
Albi is a city with a rich and preserved heritage that you must visit while in the region.
Luckily, Albi is only 15 minutes away from Aussac Gîtes !
You can therefore easily visit this historical site, with it’s medieval cobbled streets and its world-famous cathedral.
Not far away, you can also visit the impressive medieval city of Cordes-sur-Ciel
perched up high, as well as the town of Gaillac, renowned for its wine.
Further afield, you will find the Gorges du Tarn canyon, the Black Mountain, St Ferreol Lake,
the source of the Canal du Midi, and only 2 hours away, the Mediterranean sea!
It’s difficult to find yourself with nothing to do or nowhere to go when staying at Aussac Gîtes.