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Jean Paul Viala
Le Ségur



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This charming gite is located in a quaint hamlet nestled in the picturesque Cérou Valley, in the Tarn department of France. Positioned between the enchanting towns of Cordes and Monestiès, this historic farmhouse offers a peaceful countryside retreat. Just 200 meters away, you can delight in the tranquil surroundings of the Cérou River, while the renowned medieval village of Cordes sur Ciel is only 12 km away.

With a wide range of attractions, scenic walks, and various activities available within a short distance, you will have plenty of options to explore and enjoy during your stay.


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Located in the Tarn department, the travel directions lie amidst Monesties and Cordes sur Ciel.



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  • Albi Cathedral: Located in the nearby city of Albi, this impressive Gothic cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It features stunning architecture, beautiful stained glass windows, and houses the largest painted surface of the Middle Ages, the Last Judgment fresco.
  • Toulouse-Lautrec Museum: Situated in Albi, this museum is dedicated to the works of the renowned painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. It displays a vast collection of his paintings, drawings, and lithographs, offering a unique insight into the artist's life and work.
  • Cordes-sur-Ciel: A picturesque medieval village perched on a hilltop, Cordes-sur-Ciel is renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture. Visitors can stroll through narrow streets, admire stunning views of the surrounding countryside, and explore charming shops and art galleries.
  • Gaillac Vineyards: The region surrounding Masblanc is known for its wine production, and the Gaillac vineyards are a must-visit for wine enthusiasts. Take a tour of the vineyards, learn about the winemaking process, and indulge in wine tastings to experience the flavors of this renowned wine region.
  • Sainte-Cécile Church: Located in Albi, Sainte-Cécile Church is an imposing example of Southern French Gothic architecture. Adorned with intricate sculptures and beautiful frescoes, it is one of the largest brick-built churches in the world and a remarkable sight to behold.
  • Castres: A charming town situated on the banks of the Agout River, Castres offers a delightful blend of history and natural beauty. Visit the Goya Museum, stroll along the picturesque canals, and explore the medieval houses that line the streets of this idyllic town.
  • Sidobre: Nature lovers will appreciate a visit to Sidobre, a granite plateau located near Masblanc. This unique geological formation is home to massive granite rocks, including the famous "Peyro Clabado" balancing rock. Enjoy scenic walks, picnics, and discover the intriguing rock formations scattered throughout the area.
  • Lautrec: Known for its association with the medieval troubadours, Lautrec is a charming village with a rich historical heritage. Explore its narrow streets, admire the remains of the medieval fortifications, and visit the birthplace of the famous painter, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
  • Les Jardins des Martels: Situated in Giroussens, these beautiful gardens span over 35 acres and offer a delightful escape into nature. Discover an array of themed gardens, including a Japanese garden, a rose garden, and a water garden, with numerous exotic plants and flowers. 10. Sorèze Abbey: Located near Masblanc, Sorèze Abbey is a former Benedictine abbey that now houses a prestigious school and a museum. Explore the historical abbey, visit the museum dedicated to the abbey's history, and enjoy the serene surroundings of this architectural gem. Note: Please check the opening hours and availability of attractions before visiting, as they may be subject to change.