Gorges du Tarn, Occitanie
Categories: Canyons, Nature & Parks
Go sightseeing, hiking, rock climbing, or kayaking at Gorges du Tarn, a gorge lined with medieval villages. The scenic canyon formed by the Tarn river features a limestone plateau with cliffs, lush vegetation, and volcanic rock. Eye-catching natural features make the area popular among visitors. Put Gorges du Tarn on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Sainte-Enimie vacation trip planner.
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Les gorges du Tarn sont magnifiques au mois de septembre, pas trop de monde ! On peut tranquillement s'arrêter pour admirer et prendre des photos. Les routes sont très bonnes, un peu étroites mais ça ... read more »The gorges of the Tarn are beautiful in September, not crowded at all! We can quietly stop to admire and take pictures. The roads are very good, a bit narrow but it goes! Don't forget to get on the Causse Méjean, it's a fantastic show with amazing colors, looks in Mongolia! If you have the chance to see wild horses, you will not be disappointed.show original
les routes sont magnifiques ,les paysages splendides...Notre route a été échelonnée de supers restos et de superbes Hotels dans des villages magnifiques comme Ste-Enimie!!the roads are magnificent, splendid landscapes... Our road was spread great restaurants and great Hotels in beautiful villages such as Ste-Énimie!show original
Situées au cœur du Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses, proche des Cévennes, les Gorges du Tarn offrent au visiteur la splendeur de leurs paysages de roches et d’eau vive... La richesse de la fau... read more »Located in the heart of the Park natural Regional of Great Causses, close of the Cevennes, the Gorges of the Tarn offer to the visitor the splendour of their landscapes of rocks and water... The richness of the fauna and flora will surprise you in any season. Stop you in its villages and typical hamlets, its castles, its attractions for your holiday photo. Especially in Sainte Enimie, ranked among the most beautiful villages of France, with its old streets paved in pebbles of the Tarn, its old houses restored, which allowed the village to its medieval appearance. But also to the village of Saint-Chély, lovely old picturesque village stuck between the river and the limestone cliffs, on a large bend in the river. A really great site, which is one of the highlights of a visit to the Gorge. Its Romanesque church, its stone houses of the country, to see a layout with stairs allows you to go down at the edge of the Tarn to admire the waterfall. Also share a rare moment in an exceptional setting in the village of Malene, where boatmen offer, a ride on the Tarn of 8 kilometres over a period of about an hour to the village vineyards (return to Malene in mini) bus. On foot, by bicycle, by canoe, bike, drive... no matter, but discover the gorges of the Tarn.show original
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