In Occitanie, just at the border of three departments: Tarn et Garonne, Lot and Aveyron, our homestead offers a quiet spot in Quercy: A part of France celebrated for its wine and fine food. The region also offers superb hiking tracks, outdoors sports like cliff climbing, canyoning, paragliding or horseback riding. Link to the next village Parisot local market on Friday
Puylagarde is surrounded by attractive Middle-Age villages: Saint Cirq Lapopie, selected as 1st village in France in 2014; Saint Antonin Noble Val and its cliff over the river, its typical shadowed streets and its Sunday market; Villefranche de Rouergue, its impressive church and its weekly traditional market. The tourism office in Saint Antonin Noble-Val will give you more information: Tourisme à Saint Antonin Noble Val, Tarn-et-Garonne (82)
Your host Aline has been a tourist guide. She loves welcoming, cooking and will advice you about the best to do in the area.