Trébas les Bains & its surroundings
Albi: Renowned for its UNESCO World Heritage-listed episcopal city, Albi is a town of art and culture. Don’t miss some of the town’s must-see sites, such as the Saint-Salvi quarter with its Sainte-Cécile cathedral at the centre, the 12th- and 13th-century Castelnau quarter with its narrow winding streets and medieval houses, plus the Toulouse-Lautrec museum, home to the world’s biggest public collection. Visit the Saint-Julien quarter for its huge covered market if you’re in the mood to grab a bite to eat, and head to the Cordeliers cultural quarter for a festive atmosphere and a look at the library, theatre and cinema. Just outside the town the Vallée du Tarn beckons, inviting visitors to reconnect with nature in the gorgeous surrounding countryside.
Millau: Known for its bridge that towers 343 metres high and connects two banks across the Vallée du Tarn, Millau is an historical gem that’s well worth visiting.
The Gorges du Tarn: The gorges offer spell-binding views unlike any other.
The little villages of Brousse-le-Château, Ambialet and Villeneuve sur Tarn: medieval villages where natural beauty and historic heritage combine.
Hiking, horse-back trekking, boat trips, mountain biking, tree-top trails, kayaking, pedalos, stand-up paddle-boarding, swimming, fishing, parachute jumps, hang-gliding, and more.
Food & drink
- Roquefort cheeses
- Lautrec pink garlic
- Bleu des Causses
- Aveyron Fouace
- Echaudé des Carmaux
- Croquant de Cordes
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