Saint Antonin Noble Val
Saint Antonin Noble Val is built around the old town hall that was built in the 12th century (the first town hall in France). With its narrow streets, old houses, shops, cafes, restaurants and friendly people, you will instantly feel on holiday. You can also admire the powerful Gorges de l’Aveyron and caves.
On Sunday morning there is a busy, lively market.
France ‘s hat centre. You will find in the small town hat factories where straw hats are made.
On Monday mornings you can find a big market. In the market hall you also find a market of poultry and small animals. Also at this place you find truffles and foie gras are traded.
The capital of the Tarn et Garonne. Founded in 1144. The houses are built of red bricks from which the town derives its nickname: Red city.
On Wednesdays and Saturdays there are big markets.
Known for it’s wines and it has also a beautiful medieval centre.
On the river the Lot, which flows through Cahors, it’s possible to have a boat trip.
Cordes sur ciel
Cordes sur ciel loosely translated means “rope to the sky” that meaning reflecting the way that the city is built on rock. In the summer months, you can ride on a little train through the city but you can also climb up and enjoy the nice views of the town and surroundings.
Market is on Saturday morning.
One of the most beautiful and richest art cities of France, with the impressive Cathédrale Sainte Cécile from the 13th to 15th centuries.
And of course visiting the Toulouse-Lautrec museum is a must.
Markets are there all week except Monday.