Popular Lettings in Tarn-et-Garonne
Highlights in Tarn-et-Garonne
- A flamboyant natural heritage
- Outdoor activities
- The richness of its historical heritage
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Tarn-et-Garonne
With Holidu, your stay in Montauban will be part of your most memorable holiday! You will feel at home in a charming letting in the historic heart of the city, thanks to its high quality services. Sophisticated household appliances and a fully equipped kitchen are at your disposal: your comfort will be unbeatable as you succumb to this type of accommodation!A house with a swimming pool
As an alternative to this holiday rental, you could fall under the spell of a rural cottage in Caussade. It is the ideal pied-à-terre for you and your family to recharge your batteries. It has a parental room, a very spacious garden and a swimming pool secured by an alarm. In addition, this guest house located not far from the slopes of Quercy offers residents high-speed Internet access and private parking.
Holidays in Tarn-et-Garonne
Location and orientation
This department belongs to the Occitania region and has a population of about 250,000, including 58,000 residents, in its prefecture Montauban. Tarn-et-Garonne borders Lot-et-Garonne, Lot, Aveyron, Tarn, Haute-Garonne and Gers. It covers just over 3,700 square kilometres, making it one of the smallest departments in France. Its other main municipalities are Caussade, Beaumont-de-Lomagne and Moissac.Geographical characteristics
Tarn-et-Garonne does not, however, have a single landscape. On the contrary, the diversity of its scenery makes it charming and attracts a large number of tourists. They come to enjoy themselves in the gorges of the Aveyron, stroll in the Causse in the east and explore the hilly hiking trails in the north of the department.
A destination for food lovers
Quercy Blanc, Montalbanais and Lomagne are terroirs that provide products with a thousand and one flavours. A simple lunch at a renowned table will allow you to discover all the richness of Tarn-et-Garonne's cuisine. You can let yourself be tempted by duck alicuit, Gers garbure and then exquisite desserts such as pescajoune or Easter shell.An oenological getaway
Wine estates that practice sustainable agriculture or organic farming open their doors and allow travellers to immerse themselves in its very rich terroirs. Domaine du Biarnès and Château Boujac in Campsas are some of the destinations that you would be wrong to miss if you want to learn more about the 6 AOCs in Tarn-et-Garonne.
80% of the fruit produced in the former Midi-Pyrénées region comes from Tarn-et-Garonne.
Top 5 things to do
Its Romanesque cloister is a source of wonder for all visitors. In particular, its sculpted capitals attract the public's attention and fascinate. But there are many other aspects to discover in this architectural ensemble, notably the Cavaillé-Coll organ. The very detailed decoration of the tympanum of the abbey church is also one of the particularities that make this monument an exceptional historical site.Gramont Castle
This human-sized castle has been beautifully restored, which is why it now attracts so many visitors. They come to see the successful combination of a Gothic architectural style with a grandiose Renaissance wing. Among the most interesting features of this building are the period furnishings, some sublime French-style ceilings and generously sized fireplaces.The Bosc Cave
This underground cavity was first built just before the Second World War and will provide you with an unforgettable experience. The diversity of its mineralization will keep you busy for a long time, regardless of your age. It is therefore the ideal family activity when staying in Tarn-et-Garonne. It will also be very enriching as the guide presents the history of these limestone rocks, which today offer a breathtaking spectacle.The Ingres Museum
The works of the neo-classical painter Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres and the sculptor Antoine Bourdelle are to be discovered in this museum located in the old town hall. Art and history enthusiasts will have nowhere to turn when they visit the Black Prince's room, where Gallo-Roman remains and various archaeological finds are on display.Water sports
They can be practiced from January 1 to December 31, but it is generally during the summer season that they are a great success. These include the stand-up paddle on the Moissac lake, kayaking down the Tarn river or swimming at the Montaigu Plage leisure centre.