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40 Rue Guilleran


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Experience the ultimate cottage vacation in this charming 120 M² property classified with 3 keys, comfortably accommodating 6 to 7 people. Situated on the second floor of a seventeenth-century house in the heart of the historic town of Moissac, this cottage offers tranquility and ample natural light. Enjoy independent access through a spacious garden, complete with a barbecue, porch, and secure parking. For more information, detailed descriptions, pictures, and pricing, please visit our website.


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Holiday Home 6 130 380 630




  • Moissac Abbey: Located just a short distance from your address, Moissac Abbey is a stunning Romanesque abbey dating back to the 11th century. It is renowned for its intricate sculptures, beautiful cloister, and impressive frescoes.
  • Pont Canal du Cacor: This unique canal bridge is an engineering marvel. It carries the Canal de Garonne over the Tarn River and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can walk or cycle across the bridge and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere.
  • Cloître de Moissac: Adjacent to Moissac Abbey, the Cloître de Moissac is a beautifully preserved medieval cloister. It features intricate carvings and sculpted columns, allowing visitors to admire the craftsmanship of the past.
  • Pont Napoléon: Spanning the Tarn River, the Pont Napoléon is a picturesque stone bridge that connects the old and new parts of Moissac. It offers lovely views of the river and surrounding landscapes, making it a perfect spot for a leisurely stroll.
  • Canal de Garonne: Running through Moissac, the Canal de Garonne is part of the larger Canal des Deux Mers. Visitors can enjoy walking or cycling along the towpath, observing the passing boats, and appreciating the peaceful ambiance of the canal.
  • Eglise Sainte-Catherine de Montauriol: Situated in the neighboring village of Montauriol, this charming church is worth a visit for its unique architecture and serene surroundings. It provides an opportunity to explore the rural beauty of the region.
  • Musée de la Cloche et de la Sonnaille: Located in the village of Donzac, a short drive from Moissac, this museum showcases the history and craftsmanship of bells and chimes. Visitors can learn about the cultural significance of these objects and even try their hand at bell ringing.
  • Château de Goudourville: Situated in the village of Goudourville, this medieval castle offers a glimpse into the past. Visitors can explore the well-preserved fortress, climb the towers for panoramic views, and learn about the castle's rich history.
  • Lavoir de Pommevic: In the village of Pommevic, you will find a charming communal washhouse known as Lavoir. This historical site showcases traditional laundry practices and provides a peaceful setting to relax and enjoy the surrounding nature. 10. Canal Bridge at Auvillar: A short drive from Moissac, the village of Auvillar is home to a remarkable canal bridge. This double staircase lock allows boats to navigate the difference in water levels and offers a fascinating sight for visitors. These attractions offer a mix of historical, cultural, and natural experiences, allowing you to explore the beauty and heritage of the region around Rue Guilleran, Moissac.